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I-17 South closed between Dunlap Ave. and Camelback Rd. for resurfacing
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Last week, True Life – the developer that’s told us for a year that golf is dead – suddenly publicized its “estimate” to renovate the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course.
Wednesday afternoon in this Valley of ours, a snuff flick was broadcast live on TV and online.
A longtime friend and former colleague who teaches in the Kyrene School District told me the other day how she sent a letter to her boss, Superintendent Jan Vesely, that laid out the reasons she disagreed with a particular program.
I was recently presenting a black history program, “Animalization of Black Bodies: A History Lesson,” for a student group at my university. At the same time, just across town at a high school basketball game, white male students were taunting a black player on the opposing team with chest pounding, arm scratching and monkey sounds.
Had lunch with a buddy of mine last week. At least in body, if not in spirit. What I mean is, we ate burgers seated at the same table for 40 minutes. He spent most of that time checking his iPhone, firing off texts, tweets and Facebook comments.
One recent Sunday morning, I woke up to a text message from a coworker saying she’d been up all night with her mother in the emergency room.
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Second-seeded Basha advanced to its first state championship with a 43-38 victory over No. 3 Desert Vista in the 6A Conference semifinals at Gila River Arena. Read more