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Catch a free concert from Soul Country at Veteran’s Oasis Park. Guests are welcome to bring blankets, folding chairs and food. In case of inclement weather, the performance will be held indoors at the Environmental Education Center.
Ripped from headlines that still feel wet, "The Fifth Estate" dramatizes the fast, controversial rise of anonymous-whistleblower website WikiLeaks and its figurehead, Julian Assange.
Owning and running a small or medium sized business is hard. I’ve been there. When you run your own business, the focus is on product, orders, sales, licenses, rent, staffing, and other issues large and small. Building a website seems like a daunting task that all too often is delayed. In fact, a majority of small businesses do not have a web site. But, businesses need to be where their customers are, and today, they are online.
Time flies when you're not wondering about the welfare of the Smurfs, those diminutive, animated blue-skinned forest-dwellers. Turns out they've been just fine since their 2011 big-screen outing, but there's trouble brewing in their new adventure-comedy that will require their curious blend of wide-eyed optimism and goofy enthusiasm to peacefully resolve.
State lawmakers were moving toward finally adjourning their 151-day session late Thursday -- but not before setting the stage for constituents to have to start paying taxes on what they buy from catalogs and on the World Wide Web.
The laws requiring cities and counties to pay to publish their legal notices in newspapers are safe, at least for the time being.
State lawmakers are moving to ensure that your Facebook password is none of your boss's business.
Microsoft is making the claim that you can’t trust Google anymore because they only show search results for those that are willing to pay. Is this true?
A special gubernatorial panel is recommending changes in how the state and cities decide what's taxable as a precursor to being able to assess Arizonans for their online sales.
State health officials are implementing parts of a controversial abortion law even as one section is being challenged in court.
Dear Professor Bruce: I’ve been told by colleagues that a company’s Facebook page is a must have for business growth. I only have a web site, and am still pondering whether I need a Facebook page for my company. Can you please advise me on this Facebook opportunity?
“That movie would have been infinitely better if it had been shown in 3D.” I cannot speak for the rest of the moviegoing population, but this is one sentence I will never utter walking out of a Cineplex.
Maybe it’s the sign of a slightly improved economy.
Maybe it's the sign of a slightly improved economy.
The nation's largest online retailer is going to start collecting sales tax on items ordered by its Arizona customers.
President Barack Obama countered Mitt Romney's Big Bird and binders on Monday night with horses, bayonets and Battleship. Who won? The Internet, of course.
There’s an unfortunately large group of people in our society who believe that they can say whatever they want without consequences, no matter how degrading, how untrue, and how baseless. Frankly, this disturbs me. Opening up Twitter last night during the debate, an example of this came from a Chris Rock tweet: “Ann Romney is at home throwing dishes at her TV and cursing ‘No you black man, don’t you talk to my husband like that’“. In his tweets he painted the Romneys as xenophobic, bigoted, narrow-minded, hateful, and extremely racist. Some will say this can be expected coming from a comedian like Chris Rock, but I believe our nation is in need of more responsible discourse, even from comedians.
WASHINGTON — Big Bird is endangered. Jim Lehrer lost control. And Mitt Romney crushed President Barack Obama.
Q: I trust you guys, so I have to ask: Is it true that your private Facebook inbox messages are now visible for all to see, from 2010 and earlier? I keep seeing people posting this on Facebook. - Robyn
SAN FRANCISCO — YouTube is being reprogrammed for the iPhone and iPad amid the latest fallout from the growing hostility between Google and Apple.
AT&T has activated three new mobile Internet cell sites in the East Valley to improve coverage for residential and business users. The wireless network expansion involves two Mesa towers at Power and Warner roads, and another at Baseline and Crismon roads. A third tower in Tempe near Scottsdale and McKellips is part of the addition.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is again pressing Craigslist to police its personal sections after deputies arrested another bestiality suspect who sought illegal sex with a dog through the website.
Many people assume gifted education is simply providing accelerated or additional school work. Unfortunately, this philosophy often produces developmentally inappropriate gifted education, overworking children with unnecessary and destructive workloads. This type of gifted education focuses intensely on “academics” while neglecting the all around needs of the child such as providing for adequate music, sports and social opportunities. This philosophy also assumes gifted children learn best independently without the advantage of mentors to actively guide their learning progress.
Google is coming to the Valley Friday to help small businesses establish websites so they have an online presence.
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith will hold a Twitter Town Hall on July 31 to answer residents’ questions about developments such as the new Chicago Cubs complex, the new downtown college branches, light rail construction or any other topic. The event is scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. and will air live on Channel 11 and at www.mesachannel11.com.