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Mesa Old West Days haven’t gone extinct, they’ve adapted. The annual affair is now called Mesa Old West Fest, and it’s set for Dec. 7.
Looking for a terrific book to read during your holiday travels? Pick up “How the West Really Lost God.” It’s an insightful look at the link between the decline of the family and Christian religions in the Western World; a social shift that has touched every one of us.
Maybe it’s the relaxed attitude or the wide-open spaces. Whatever the cause, Westerners are the most likely people in the country to enjoy their neighbors (72 percent in the West, compared to 67 percent nationally) — despite being the worst about knowing their names.
Looking to appeal to more than the rodeo crowd and needing to bridge the gap between the parade and rodeo, this year’s Gilbert Days features the Red, White and Blues Festival.
What is the importance of HBG’s affiliate program?
It’s the heart of a budding ecosystem of innovation, air travel, higher education and well-paying jobs.
This is very unique. It’s pretty awkward. It’s a little embarrassing, to be honest.
MONTE CARLO, Monaco — Just before noon on a brilliant Riviera day, two columns of guards line up smartly in front of the Prince's Palace, gold braid glinting on their full dress uniforms, vivid blue helmets rivaling the azure sky.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — David Hall was afraid of his own son. They were getting into violent, physical fights requiring police intervention. Fearing the teen would end up in juvenile detention, Hall had his son hauled away in handcuffs and shackles to a southern New Mexico ranch for troubled youths.
It's not unusual for your average 77-year-old man to lose some hearing in one ear.
Frustrated by the ease at which digital photos can be taken and doctored, some artists are kicking it old school: They've revived wet plate collodion photography, a medium invented and popular during the mid-1800s.
Gilbert event to mark silver anniversary of Mesa organization’s efforts
FILE - In this Oct. 18, 2013, file photo, Aledo High School player Ryan Newsom (17), runs between Western Hills' Shane Little, left, and Jacoby Powell during the first quarter of a high school football game in Aledo, Texas. Aledo defeated Western Hills 91-0. A parent from the losing team accused the coach of “bullying," but school district administrators found no grounds for the complaint, and many observers agreed. (AP Photo/The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Bob Haynes, File)
Halloween is the last day to catch most fall festivals around the East Valley.
The minute I heard the Phoenix Suns had made yet another clear-the-cupboard, shake-the-Etch-a-Sketch, let’s-try-this-again trade on Friday, I thought about my nephew Jake.
Mesa restaurant owners bring tacos from their house to your plate with popular dining venture
The return to standard time for most of the country won't come for a few more weeks, leaving many looking forward to the Nov. 3 "fall back" that rewards us the option of an extra hour's sleep.
Northerly winds are funneling down the Colorado River Valley leading to some very breezy conditions across western portions of our state.
Shopping at Superstition Ranch Market, unlike the name itself, isn’t based on anything supernatural.
The Western Canal multi-use path in Chandler will be closed between Alma School and Price Roads for three months beginning Nov. 1.
So with the NHL regular season beginning its long, winding regular season this last week I spent a lot of time recently perusing the pundits to compare analysis of who will be fighting for the Stanley Cup in June.
A simple story told with economy, "Wadjda" is a notable example of old-school, humanistic filmmaking. It's also genuinely groundbreaking: the first feature shot entirely in Saudi Arabia, and the first film directed by a Saudi woman.
If you lived in a comfortable home in 17th century France or 19th century England, your chairs might well have been embellished with nail-head trim. It was a clever, decorative way for craftsmen to secure materials to upholstered furniture.
PARC President Pat Lawlis, right, and Secretary Connie Squires stand on the western side of South Mountain, on Saturday, June 29, 2013, where the planned Loop 202 will cut through the ridges.