There probably aren’t many comedies in which coffins play a big role, but the spring play Desert Vista High School thespians will present is an exception.
It’s been called a modern “Romeo and Juliet” and a contemporary “Grease” for tweens.
Since David Archuleta returned from his two-year mission to Chile, he has been inspired.
To Clint Black, having a distinctive sound has always been an overriding goal for his music.
Pigs, monster trucks and Flamin’ Hot Turkey Legs are just a few of the attractions at this year’s Maricopa County Fair from Wednesday, April 11, to Sunday, April 15, at the Arizona Exposition & State Fairgrounds, 1826 W. McDowell Road in Phoenix.
- Chaos looms as Ahwatukee teachers ponder strike
- Ahwatukee man assails ADOT claim of need for freeway
- Desert Vista High students heartbroken over senior's death
- Family more than a platform for mayor hopeful
- Local businesses rally to help ailing 2-year-old Ahwatukee girl
- Local church helps thrift store help people in need
- New recess law won’t impact Kyrene kids much
- Club West Biscuits reopens and its owner rejoices
- DV’s Jaycob Brugman hopes to become a MLB regular
- Teacher pay protests come to Ahwatukee today
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular images.
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular videos.