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300: Rise of an Empire is both a prequel and a sequel to the 2007 film, 300, one of the most stylized action films ever made. The new movie has the same gritty and dark HD tonal quality of the first movie, as well as the sporadic ultra-slow-motion effects that capture the exaggerated battles and blood-spilling in extreme detail; but it’s missing some of the heart from often copied original.
The host of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and “The Price Is Right” performs in Tempe.
One of the many surprises in Wes Anderson's rich, layered and quirkily entertaining new film, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," is the emergence of a new comic actor, one with impeccable timing and just the right mix of gravitas and utter zaniness.
Three out of four Arizonans support the right of gays to at least form civil unions, if not to wed outright.
“How many times has the vocal religious minority been on the wrong side of history and had to be dragged kicking and screaming into line with the rest of humanity?”
Normally when I tell you about "free" money, it involves some kind of scam.
The year was 1976, and Gary Ernst was a fresh-faced coach at Chandler High who’d taken his young Wolves’ deep into the big-school boys basketball state tournament.
An attorney for the state wants a judge to throw out a bid by several gay couples to allow them to marry.
Nearly a quarter of all 18- to 34-year-olds report they have moved back in with their parents after living on their own. This may not be every parent’s dream, but those who find their once-empty nest a little more crowded can take heart: Your new housemates may provide you with some sizable tax benefits.
Time to end the season on the right note with some great wrestling this weekend.
State lawmakers cannot balance the budget by limiting pension benefit increases for retired judges, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
Already six weeks into 2014, I occasionally still find myself reflecting on the past year. Did I do anything big for the Lord in 2013? (Aren’t we always looking for major accomplishments?) I didn’t take any faraway mission trips, and the Bible study I wrote is not close to being published. But I graduated a second child from being home schooled all the way through high school. I guess that’s a pretty big accomplishment, yet it was made up of being faithful in small, ordinary, everyday things. Day after day, year after year.
I have Olympic fever, I love the Winter Olympics and so far in the first week, I haven’t been disappointed. Since my dream of participating in the Olympics was nothing more than a pipe dream, I’ve decided to create my own. I’ve watched many Olympians that thank their mom (and dads) for all the support over the years to help them win a medal. Why should the kids have all the fun, why not have our own Olympics or “Mom Olympics.” We don’t need to worry about a winter or summer season since being a Mom Olympian is a year-round pursuit.
Saying some chance is better than none, a House panel voted Thursday to let terminally ill patients get drugs that have not yet been approved for use.
Saying it will make the state more competitive, the Senate Finance Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to exempt manufacturers and smelters from having to pay tax on the electricity they buy and use.
Arizona voters may get to decide if they want to know whether their cold cereal is made with genetically modified corn.
Question: I know Windows XP is about to be retired, but is it safe enough for me to do my taxes or should I upgrade it first? — Ralph
State education officials have been blocked by a judge from taking nearly $5.9 million away from charter schools.
Becoming the best in your work is not an over-night occurrence; rather it can take years to hone your skills to be considered to be on top of the game.
State senators took the first steps Wednesday to putting the county sheriff between federal agencies and Arizona residents and businesses.
Lauro Garcia has worked at Kyrene Altadeña Middle School as the building manager since the school opened in 1994.
A Southern Arizona lawmaker wants taxpayers from his area — and around the entire state — to help Glendale pay its costs of hosting next year's Super Bowl. And Gov. Jan Brewer, a Glendale resident, said she's willing to consider it, though she's not yet sold on the idea.
The trip to California over winter break might not have served the Desert Vista boys soccer well as far as winning percentage goes, but that’s never what the annual pilgrimage west is about anyway.
The trip to California over winter break might not have served the Desert Vista boys soccer well as far as winning percentage goes but that’s never what the annual pilgrimage west is ever about anyway.
Proponents of a voucher-like program are preparing to make them available to more than 400,000 students statewide now that court challenges to the initial program have been rebuffed.