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If we had the money, we’re not sure which event we’d pick: The Super Bowl, or The Super Bowl Taste of The NFL Party with a Purpose on Jan. 31.
This weekend Celtic ska-punk pioneers — the California Celts — will parade through the doors of Fibber Magees Irish Pub in Chandler fully clad in kilts and playing bagpipes to put on a show that is sure to get the whole crowd dancing.
Do you like spontaneity? Are you a craft beer lover? Do you want to get married by a brewer at Strong Beer Festival? Would you like a free wedding?
Under an Oct. 17 federal court ruling, gays and lesbians have the right in Arizona to marry, but homosexual couples may still find themselves unable to wed here in the church of their choice.
>> This information is provided in community partnership with Harkins Theatres. For showtimes, theater locations and tickets, go to HarkinsTheatres.com.
Gilbert resident Jane Ysadora has embraced a form of therapy with clients that entails, well, embracing her clients for 60 minutes or more.
On Jan. 12, the Mesa City Council will vote on the issue of whether or not to forgive some $50 million in loans made to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
SoHo 63 in Chandler will host a self-described “wedding crashers” event on Jan. 14for people to learn more about the venue and possibly win a rather sizable gift.
With the new year upon us, there are a host of issues state leaders likely will face in 2015.
“Soul Man,” Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer and R & B legend Sam Moore is ringing in the New Year and saying farewell to 2014 in grand style at Talking Stick Resort's annual Fire and Ice Party on Dec. 31 in Scottsdale.
PHOENIX -- Jan Brewer is not sorry for signing bills authorizing tax cuts that will reduce state revenues by hundreds of millions of dollars over the next few years.
So, the Mesa city board is seriously considering “forgiving” the $70 million-plus debt owed by the airport to the city taxpayers. This, because the airport, which has only recently managed to break “even” on its operating expenses, probably will never be able to become a standalone, profitable entity without it. Moreover, the council intends to put it to a “voice vote” at their January meeting. While not exactly a “clandestine” method of operation; it does however “smack” of the previous tactics used by the Brown regime when they “ran” the town. This is our hard-earned dollars entrusted to the City Council to improve our future and provide us with a positive investment return. We deserve to be consulted on your plans and see substantiation for continued investment — which is what a debt forgiveness constitutes... Anything less is absolutely disrespectful.
Here I am, twisted up in the same desperate situation again this year. It’s not my fault – I swear it’s not. Anticipating this jumbled mess, and having been stuck in it many times before, I planned carefully to avoid it. A year ago I employed a deliberate strategy to prevent this very disaster, and I put in painstaking efforts to manage my risk. But now I see that my preemptive planning was an obvious failure. Forces beyond my control have conspired against me to deceive and weave a tangled web. My dilemma? The annual hanging of the Christmas lights.
The brown haze of pollution that hangs over metropolitan Phoenix has led officials to deliver an unwelcome holiday message: Don't use your wood-burning fireplace or you could get ticketed.
Basha’s wrestling team is off to a very solid start. After finishing eighth in last year’s state tournament the Bears are looking to improve on that finish this year.
There’s an exciting new eatery in north Mesa, where a bistro has opened in one wing of Stonebridge Manor, an event venue which has, for some time, been a local favorite for weddings and receptions.
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.
Gilbert resident Karen Gillian uses wedding dresses to create angel gowns for deceased infants. [Caitlin Bohrer/Special to Tribune]
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona will likely see lackluster economic growth in the coming year as the hangover from the housing bust continues to dampen the economic recovery, economists presenting at an annual forecast meeting said Wednesday.
Tickets are now available for the Mesa Historical Museum’s 15th annual Historic Home Tour in Mesa.
San Diego resident and Navy veteran Jim Jengeleski walked into a Chandler dental office with a request.
CHANDLER – The developments could have been toxic or started the tearing down of the defending state champion.