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Three years after “Insidious” introduced moviegoers to the Lambert family and its troubling connection to the spirit world, the stars and filmmakers have reunited for another installment. “Insidious: Chapter 2” picks up where the first story ended, but the sequel has enough scares, laughs and a story of its own to stand alone.
Neko Case has a neat name, a terrific Twitter account and a brazen, brassy alto. She could sing about kale and make it sound good.
To reach out to others going through the struggles of a bone marrow transplant, the Elliot Family created the Carols and Candlelight Dinner, a holiday evening benefiting the Ottossen Family Blood and Marrow Transplant Program, at the Terravita Country Club on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 6 p.m.
Runners take your mark and join Road Runner Sports for their monthly fun run in Tempe. There’s no cost to run, you’ll receive free raffle tickets at checkpoints along the way and you’ll be entered to win up to $3000 in prizes. Registration is available online with sign-in starting at 6 p.m.
In 1957 Dema Lee left everything she knew in Oklahoma and moved with her husband and two young children to the Papago Indian Reservation in Sells, Ariz., so that her husband could take a new position working for the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
There are more franchises out there besides fast food and retail. Some lesser-known franchise opportunities are turning out to be very profitable for certain types of business people, according to FranNet, a franchise consulting company.
Home prices are on the rise in the Valley, but new single-family homes aren’t very plentiful because of the time it takes home builders to get land ready for construction.
Follow the adventures of the March sisters—Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy—as they come of age during the Civil War in this musical adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel.
This Tale of the Temperature begins, like so many do, with Christmas. One joyous holiday evening last year I slogged home from work, having been released early from my toils, Cratchit-style, by my benevolent employer, and schlepped my briefcase down the hall.
I am a longtime resident of Ahwatukee, raising three children as a single parent, and also having the wonderful privilege of working as a psychologist in private practice serving a wide range of individuals of all ages and backgrounds.