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In the midst of a more than 50-year relationship, Arizona PBS’ connection with Arizona State University has grown enough to make it one of the largest of its kind in the world, which is expected to benefit students and viewers alike.
Arizona PBS is now part of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. PBS has been attached to ASU's Office of Public Affairs prior to the merger, which was announced in June. [Jeremy Knop/dba glacierintlphoto]
A Cinnabon store makes its grand debut today, July 9, at the Arizona Mills mall.
A resale franchise is thriving in the Ahwatukee Foothills.
On Monday, July 14, Arizona State University’s Project Humanities will attempt to uncover the meaning of privilege and how it impacts society with a free workshop in Ahwatukee.
Garrett Lever is settling in nicely to his home at Weber State. In just his third year, and at the age of 25, the Desert Vista graduate has been named as an assistant coach.
The Mountain Pointe Pride boys basketball team has about four months until the regular season gets underway. For head coach Hosea Graham, that time is all about one thing: work.
They say Europe is the birthplace of fencing, and Ahwatukee Foothills resident Rachelle Arama has her ticket punched to the continent.
In a partnership with 104.7 KISS FM and the Johnjay and Rich Care for Kids Foundation, Barefoot Pools awarded a custom fence to a Valley family. The fence was provided to the couple in order to further their goal of adopting a foster child. In order to qualify for foster care, a family’s house must have a fenced-in pool, and this process brings the couple one step closer to their new addition.
Sean Ungvarsky describes what he does matter-of-factly as if it is perfectly normal to speed down a mountain hillside.
On July 2, director Scott Derrickson adds “Deliver Us From Evil” to his cache of creepy horror films including “Sinister” and “The Exorcism of Emily Rose.” Based on the real-life experiences of former-NYPD-officer-now-demonologist Ralph Sarchie, the film stars, along with plenty of demonic possessions, a rich cast including Eric Bana as the pessimistic, skeptic cop Sarchie, Joel McHale as his joke-cracking partner and Edgar Ramirez as Mendoza, an undercover priest. GetOut had the chance to talk with Eric Bana and Joel McHale about the upcoming film.
Standing at just 6 feet tall and weighing just more than 200 pounds, Torrey Hickle isn’t what most people expect a thrower to look like.
After a thief made off with her bicycle, Becca Mercer needed a way to get around Arizona State University’s Tempe campus during the spring semester of 2014.
Spades of gold symbolically speared earth in Chandler on June 18 at the groundbreaking ceremony at Ocotillo for the first Village Health Club and Spa in the East Valley.
There is nothing like an unexpected opportunity to get the competitive fire burning.
Featuring 20 local artists, Pineapple Triangle’s “AZ Wear That You Care” shopping event will play host to a variety of hand-crafted jewelry and clothing for all ages this weekend.
Leah Henthorne, 13, was a mere spectator to one of Copperstar Repertory Company’s shows three years ago.
The Chandler Fire Department plans to implement a new school fire safety and education program this fall to ensure city schools are inspected annually.
The city of Phoenix’s 2014 Outstanding Young Woman of the year is a gifted pianist, philanthropist, aspiring neuroscientist and recent graduate of Desert Vista High School.
Sean McGuire had to accept a reduced role, but the championship ring isn’t any less shiny.
Let’s start thinking outside the box or “Tee” for The Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course that Wilson Gee wants to sell to the Pulte Group.
Stand for Children Arizona is proud to announce that education leader and advocate Rebecca Gau has joined the organization as executive director.
The Ahwatukee Foothills Family YMCA says goodbye to their 84-year-old greeter Dick Bernacchi, as he retires.
The concrete structure called Elevation Chandler was intended to be a luxury hotel and would have provided the Chandler Fashion Center located next door a steady stream of consumers. It now sits vacant and exposed on an empty dirt plot and serves as a stark juxtaposition to the prosperous shopping center.
She still vividly remembers the day she went to fifth grade in the United States because it was the day that two boys slapped her across the face and laughed saying, “Go back to Mexico.”