“The Little Mermaid,” a pop culture phenomenon since the 1989 release of the Disney animated film, is coming to Mountain Pointe High School.
Molly Prefling and Cody Rooney may only be 8 and 9, respectively, but neither takes offense at being called “Munchkins.”
Mark Clarke said he’s “always been a sports person.”
Yvette Roeder of Ahwatukee is moving up in the world of Phoenix city government.
As he drove up and down Ray Road on one of his visits to the Valley last year, Anthony Pigliacampo realized something.
Barry Clark didn’t come from family money. A 1996 Arizona State graduate, Clark worked his way through the bar and restaurant industry before achieving a lifelong goal: owning his own business.
Anni Beach is the kind of substitute teacher any kid would want. Fun-loving, kindhearted and uniquely talented, this combination led to the creation of a neighborhood band that’s been going strong for 23 years.
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