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Karen Gillian is not a maid of honor that has bridesmaid dresses from 27 different weddings like in the 2008 film “27 Dresses.” Rather, the wedding dresses she has in her Gilbert home have a story to tell and have a special purpose: They are made into unique gowns for “angels” in heaven.
Sticky cheeks, dirty hands, and smiling faces.
Filling the walls of Jerry and Dorothy Sidwell’s retirement apartment are dozens of celebrity photos — a shrine to Hollywood past. Dorothy flips an album to a picture of herself and middle-aged Elizabeth Taylor. Jerry flips the TV to a mock interview between himself and a fully-haired Bruce Willis.
Mesa TV & Appliance salesman Brian Richardson has a problem: His customers can’t turn left into his driveway.
The Word Alive will perform the last of their nearly 50 concert dates across the world on Saturday in Mesa.
Corona del Sol High School students showed their goodwill during the holiday season by making nearly 250 blankets for needy children locally and across the country.
If it’s not solid, it’s not Viagra, Pfizer says. The pill, that is.
It’s fair to say that not everyone has the time to create their favorite breakfast classics from scratch each morning, but a team of “Snoozers” will help create a meal to jump-start the day in Tempe beginning Dec. 10.
Every Wednesday, the Tempe for Center for the Arts sets aside five hours for local performers to get on stage. Walk-in Wednesdays Open Mic Night is open to high school students and adults looking for an opportunity to perform music or spoken word on stage. Admission is free and artists simply sign up to perform at no cost.
The Spirit of Phoenix Chorus will perform two Christmas shows titled “Christmas Letters” in Mesa on Dec. 6.
Mesa Riverview welcomed an unconventional ice cream parlor equipped with unique flavors, fun mix-ins and blasts of liquid nitrogen.
Valley Metro and Tempe officials reassured residents concerned about the costs and consequences of the city’s planned streetcar system at an occasionally contentious question-and-answer meeting on Monday, Dec. 1, at the Tempe Transportation Center, saying the project would be an economic boon and sometimes defending it to a few sharply skeptical questioners.
Ann Wilcox’s daily routine looks like any other American Muslim woman’s. She covers her head with a hijab, abstains from alcohol and pork, and rises before sunrise to perform the first of her five daily prayers.
Mountain Pointe girls basketball team earned it second three of the opening week Saturday morning, beating Williams Field 44-34 at the Highland Holiday Tournment.
In honor of World AIDS Day on Monday, Aunt Rita’s Foundation will be sponsoring 15 sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt to remember those lost to the disease.
A SWAT team will help Mesa police officers and firefighters break down the doors of Cardon Children’s Medical Center on Dec. 10. Their mission: deliver toys to ill children of the East Valley.
Seven-year-old Krish Vyas of Tempe giggles and claps his hands after he strums a guitar. He marches, dances and roars to a song about dinosaurs. He beats drums in time to familiar songs, such as “This Old Man” or “Down by the Bay.”
ZooLights, one of the most popular attractions of the holidays in the Valley, opened for its 23rd year on Nov. 24.
Collegiate sports have a different feel about them than professional sports. Loyalties to alma maters run deep. Now Arizona State fans will have another NCAA team to cheer on.
The Arizona Department of Education named Tempe’s McClintock High School a National Title I Distinguished School earlier this month.
Badminton is commonly known as the world’s fastest racket sport, as it requires players to think fast and act fast due to great velocity a shuttlecock can reach.
San Diego resident and Navy veteran Jim Jengeleski walked into a Chandler dental office with a request.
Tempe voters’ decision to pass a 15-percent override renewal for the Tempe Elementary School District will provide almost $8 million in funding for smaller class sizes, full-time teachers and special subject classes.
The city of Tempe has become a national front-runner in LGBT equality after scoring a perfect score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
After over six years of producing and teaching theater skills to local youth, Copperstar Repertory Co. in Chandler has one show left before it permanently drops the curtain.