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If you’re new to the Sonoran desert or just want to learn more about it, you might enjoy this informational hike at Usery Mountain Park. After a question-and-answer session, you’ll take a brief quarter-mile stroll along the Desert Hawk Trail. Water and closed-toe shoes are recommended.
Never made the trek up Pass Mountain to Wind Cave, one of the East Valley’s most popular hiking destinations?
Brothers and Sisters Serving Others, an organization of 65 East Valley children and families eager to provide service in their communities, has partnered with San Tan Learning Center in Gilbert to host Walk a Day in My Shoes, a 1-mile fun run benefiting eight local families struggling with health challenges and mounting medical expenses.
Students at Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe are collecting items to donate to Goodwill of Central Arizona on Dec. 14.
WASHINGTON — It's a big question for marketers: What kind of a buyer are you? And, as important, what are you willing to pay?
NEW YORK — Today's travelers want to be comfortable, organized and connected. With those themes in mind, here are some gift ideas, starting with suggestions from three folks who travel for a living.
NEW YORK — They own yachts, big ol' French chateaux and collect fine wine, so what's left to buy the one percenter for the holidays when your budget is more cook-at-home than caviar?
Ballet Etudes dancer Chase Kimball signs a ballet shoe during The Nutcracker Sweet Tea Party at The Wright House, Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013 in Mesa.
See “The Nutcracker” through Dec. 8 at Chandler Center for the Arts and Dec. 13-15 at Mesa Arts Center. [More on next slide >>]
While attending Prescott Valley High School in 2009, Mirannda Hays was in search of a topic for a research paper on developmental disabilities. The week of the assignment, Hays’ 6-year-old cousin was diagnosed with autism and her research topic suddenly became clear.
This undated image provided by Pakems shows the lightweight, comfy, rubber-soled, water-resistant Pakem shoes in five colors. They come in high and low tops, sell for $60-$70, and fold up in a strapped carry bag. As a holiday gift idea, they work for travelers looking for casual comfort after slipping off ski boots or ice skates. (AP Photo/Pakems, Eli Regalado)
The home office, it seems, is going the way of the fax machine.
Pearl Jam has been quiet since wrapping up its "Backspacer" tour in 2010. But the grunge band, which rose through the Seattle scene and turned into a juggernaut courtesy of its pure arena-rock ambitions, began touring Oct. 11 in support of its latest album, "Lightning Bolt."
Taylor Christensen is an Arizona State student who started volunteering at Helen’s Hope Chest in September as part of her service-learning project. She wasn’t sure what to expect when she started working at the free clothing “store” for foster children. But after a few weeks working with foster families and children she decided to share her experience through Mesa United Way’s “Faces of Need — and Hope” project:
The worst moment of the 2013 Ironman Arizona Mayor’s Media Challenge was the first one, when the competitors entered the murky waters known as Tempe Town Lake at 7 a.m. My kicks — a burned-out pair of running shoes — filled with the brown substance expeditiously, and I never fully adapted to the cold.
Few entertainers have had a career like Joan Rivers. She’s filled in for Johnny Carson on “The Tonight Show,” hosted her own talk show, “The Late Show with Joan Rivers” and won a Daytime Emmy in 1990 for her work on “The Joan Rivers Show.”
This Oct. 30, 2013 photo shows shoes on racks in the “mud room” at the home of Rachel Kerstetter in Cleveland. Kerstetter thinks it’s cleaner and more relaxing to take shoes off before entering a home. When company comes, she and her husband put the shoe rack by the front door for guests. (AP Photo/Rachel Kerstetter)
This Jan. 8, 2012 photo provided by Adi Bittan shows Bittan (in pink socks) dancing with her husband Eyal Bilgrai at their wedding in Pescadero, Calif. The couple planned the wedding at the home of a friend who does not permit shoes inside the house. Colorful socks with no-skid soles were handed out as one of the wedding favors. (AP Photo/Adi Bittan)
There are two kinds of people when it comes to reacting to a friend, neighbor, or colleague losing their job.
Halloween is the last day to catch most fall festivals around the East Valley.
A public forum is scheduled for Oct. 24 in Mesa to discuss issues that face people with developmental disabilities.
Feeling challenged in the crafty, do-it-yourself costume department? Or ill-prepared altogether for this whole dressing up on Oct. 31 thing? This easy Mesa Halloween activity has you covered.
Sandy, a Mesa resident, is one of over one million Americans living with the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV. Her husband had hemophilia and was infected with HIV during a blood transfusion. A few months after his death in 1994, Sandy decided to get tested. The result: positive.
Ballet Arizona has moved into the old Walsh Brothers warehouse at 29th and Washington Streets in Phoenix. To celebrate their roomier 50,000 square foot locale housing a theater, seven dance studies, a shoe room with over 2,000 pairs of slippers, and a cavernous sewing room for costume creation, they are hosting a free, community open house Saturday, October 12 from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It’s nearly universal. Perhaps not so readily apparent in some, but I submit it’s there, even under the crustiest of countenances. When you get right down to it, we want to make a mark. To leave a legacy. To make a difference.