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Fans of craft and local beer in Mesa are flocking to a new bar built specially for imbibers of the millennia-old beverage. The Brass Tap, tucked inside Mesa Riverview, opened its doors in March and, according to its owners, is thriving.
One of the last vestiges of old Tempe will soon disappear. Monti’s La Casa Vieja is closing and artifacts are being sold off. Michael Monti, the son of founder Leonard Monti, sold the property for over $16 million. A high-rise hotel will now tower over the property and questions about the “old house’s” future are unclear.
The deadline for public comments on the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the South Mountain Freeway is 11 days away and Ahwatukee’s outspoken opposition to the freeway is working feverishly to get in their response.
A brief look at a map of the greater Phoenix area would indicate the blatant lack of any freeway system serving the southwest quadrant of the area. The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) plan since 1985 has been to develop this system with a bypass connecting Interstate 10 west at 59th Avenue (current preferred option) to I-10 east at Pecos Road.
Voters will decide Tuesday whether Arizona will become the fifth state to make it easier for terminally ill patients to access experimental drugs that haven't been cleared by the federal government.
After more than 30 years of planning, many Ahwatukee Foothills residents still have questions about the proposed South Mountain Freeway and as the environmental review process is coming to a close, an Ahwatukee nonprofit hopes to provide some clarity.
‘Fury” is a good wartime drama that might have been considered great had it come out anywhere in between 1930 and 1998. In the year 2014, however, the film might come off as too familiar to those who have seen classics like “All Quiet on the Western Front,” “Apocalypse Now,” “Platoon,” and “Saving Private Ryan.” That’s not to say “Fury” is too little too late. On the contrary, the film is exceptionally made, wonderfully acted, and effectively portrays the horrors of war. It’s just hard to totally give yourself to a movie when you can tell who’s going to live, who’s going to die, and what’s going to be learned 10 minutes in.
De’Shaun Felder sees everyone around him garnering attention from college coaches.
HERE: Parchment and Prose Writers’ Group Oct. 7
Dbacks’ minor league outfielder Breland Almadova, who played with Single-A South Bend and Single-A Advanced Visalia this season, was named the 2014 Minor League Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner at center field.
Several volunteers from Protecting Arizona’s Resources and Children took the opportunity to voice their concerns about the South Mountain Freeway during the Phoenix City Council meeting Wednesday, Oct. 1.
Any kid who grows up playing baseball dreams of a decorated career spanning many years and ending it on his own terms.
Members of the non-profit group PARC (Protecting Arizona Resources and Children) will make a series of three-minute presentations to the Phoenix City Council at the Oct. 1 meeting during the time for Citizen Comments, starting at 2:45 p.m.
The Mountain Pointe Hall of Fame ceremony is always filled with stories told from memory, hugs reserved for long-ago teammates and inspirational speeches for the current students that focus the glory days.
Unable to find her second directing project, Angelina Jolie took to sifting through “generals.”
Utopia is a crazy concept so, of course, it has become a reality show.
When Cole Tucker encountered a slump before, it weighed on him, but so did the math test or who he was going to ask to prom, so it wasn’t a solitary thought bouncing around his head.
Justin Ackerman and Alejandro Alejandro Pérez join Jones, Skelton and Hochuli as associates.
Gilbert High School offensive coordinator and ex-NFL quarterback Max Hall has lost his position with the Tigers amid accusations he possessed cocaine and shoplifted items from two stores in the East Valley during the Labor Day weekend.
HERE: Parchment and Prose Writers’ Group
Gordon Lewis has been named the 2014-2015 “Lawyer of the Year” for Education Law in Phoenix. According to Best Lawyers, when an attorney is selected as “Lawyer of the Year,” it “reflects the high level of respect a lawyer has earned among other leading lawyers in the same communities and the same practice areas for their abilities, their professionalism, and their integrity.”
I got the chance recently to chat with Thomas Carter, director of “When the Game Stands Tall.”
City Councilman Sal DiCiccio is trying to keep the law ahead of technology by bringing forth a new city ordinance dealing with drones.
MOD Pizza, a Seattle-based “build-your-own” pizza company with 16 locations in Washington, Oregon and California, has expanded its horizons with its first Arizona location in Gilbert.
While the summer heat is on in the Valley of the Sun, PARC (Protecting Arizona’s Resources and Children) remains on “Active Duty” and is maintaining its watch over the proposed Loop 202 project, preparing for the release of the FEIS (Final Environmental Impact Statement) due later this year.