Jerri Ramey vividly remembers her first public performance. She was 3 years old and it was at a mother-daughter banquet at a Chicago church.
Who doesn’t love a great meal in one skillet?
Robert “Kool” Bell of Kool and the Gang is intrigued.
Some of the best chili chefs in Ahwatukee and around the West have a two-day eating binge in store for you as the Ahwatukee Community Swim & Tennis Center hosts its 14th annual Chili Cook Off Festival.
Jackson Dupps of Ahwatukee was not yet 2 when his parents made an appointment with their pediatrician for a constant cold, looming fever and a hard lump in his belly.
Mark Pomilio Jr. of Ahwatukee is about to walk in the steps of an organization that President Kennedy started 57 years ago.
Arizona is a special place to Hawaiian ukulele aficionado Jake Shimabukuro. He donated instruments to the Musical Instrument Museum before it opened, and he loves the acoustics at Mesa Arts Center, where he will perform Tuesday, March 6.
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