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If the Super Bowl holds no interest for you, Arizona Women’s Theatre Company is offering an alternative with the Pandora Festival — an annual event that presents 14 short, one-act and full length plays written by local female playwrights and directors.
As fans and visitors descend upon the Valley for the week leading up to the biggest sporting event of the year, so are dollars for the area’s private airports.
Creative Communication has announced its spring 2015 Essay, Poetry and Art contests.
While most teenagers spend their time just trying to get through junior high and high school in one piece, 13-year-old Mesa resident Kayli Merwin is giving a voice to children facing adversity through hope-filled songs in her latest EP “Tapestry.”
With the financial aid deadline arriving soon, students have the opportunity to receive guidance in a two-part financial aid workshop, Cash for College, on Jan. 27 and Feb. 10.
After an accident in 2000 left her paralyzed from the waist down, former Ahwatukee business owner, Cristin Van Driel, was unable to act on her love of running. Her doctors at the time told her that she may never be able to run again due to the extent of her injuries.
This weekend Celtic ska-punk pioneers — the California Celts — will parade through the doors of Fibber Magees Irish Pub in Chandler fully clad in kilts and playing bagpipes to put on a show that is sure to get the whole crowd dancing.
Cox Communications has announced that three Phoenix-area employees, Zabrina Mogro, Scott Martin and Scott Magee Jr., have been promoted and will each be taking on new responsibilities as field supervisors.
The Kyrene School District’s blueprint is getting another review, but this time the district wants input from the entire community.
Question: One of the things I keep hearing about because of the Sony hack is encryption, but how exactly do I get it setup for my business?
Convergys Corporation will be hosting a job fair on Wednesday, Jan. 14, from 8 a.m.–3 p.m. at Convergys, 1801 E. Camelback Road, Suite 300, Phoenix. Interested candidates are welcome to jump start your application by visiting www.careers.convergys.com.
The heroin and prescription opiate derivative drug epidemic in America is one of the hottest media topics in the nation. Arizona is right in the middle of it. Something has to be done ... now.
It’s not so much a goodbye; it’s just the relationship is going in a different direction.
Sam Irving’s life began with silence. He said little for the first four years of his life, his language skills the equivalent of a 16-month-old when he was 4.
Whether it's a husband buying yoga pants for his wife, a daughter looking for fly fishing supplies for her dad, or a childless uncle looking for gifts for nieces and nephews, consumers tend to stray from their retail comfort zones when shopping for loved ones.
A recent (guest commentary) writer, Sean Bowie (“With great power comes great responsibility, AFN, Dec., 19), is familiar with the answer to the question — denial. Bowie creates many reasons for the failures of the Democrats in the last election and avoids identifying any mistakes by his party. While this pattern of denial provides encouragement and hope for partisan Republicans, these delusions do not provide the state or the country with any hope that the next two years will bring us any closer to the solution of the many problems we face.
During the last 50 years, the average person’s health has been significantly challenged and weakened due to unhealthy food choices, poor food quality, depleted soils, antibiotics, GMOs, NSAIDs, and altered gut bacteria. Many are completely unaware that leaky gut is the root cause of their health problems.
A quote inscribed on the walls of the latest exhibit at the Musical Instrument Museum sums up the museum’s celebration of the significance of drums in cultures around the globe: “Among diverse cultures, drums are objects of sculpted and sonic beauty; symbols of social status; and markers of personal, regional, ethnic, and national identity.”
Matthew Capota is one of 33 students in the aviation program at Western Maricopa Education Center in Glendale, one of the 13 joint technical education districts in Arizona.
“Though it has never put a scrap of gold or silver in my pocket, I believe it has done me good, and will do me good; and I say, God bless it!” Charles Dickens, “A Christmas Carol.”
Airbags are one of the most important safety advances in vehicles. Since required by the government in 1989, airbags have saved thousands of lives. However, recent recalls have cast a dim shadow over their efficacy.
Setting the tone early is a staple in competitive sports, but keeping the momentum once established might be even harder.
Arizona State University professor Lawrence Krauss has been named the 2015 Humanist of the Year by the American Humanists Association.