Incoming Gilbert Public Schools Superintendent Christina Kishimoto officially signed a contract that will pay her at least $200,000 per year on the same night the district’s governing board hired its second interim superintendent since July.
Montessori Educare students Camilla Der, Kaelyn Chang and Keegan Der left their fall festival on Oct. 24 only to be greeted by their neighbors, USA Tax Services, Foothills Family Dental and Stone Path Real Estate, with more Halloween goodies.
While most men pushing 70 are spending their twilight years on the golf course, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone are still packing heat. Many modern actors have attempted to rein supreme as the definitive action star of this generation, such as Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, and The Rock. Yet, none have come close to headlining a franchise on par with “The Terminator” or “Rambo.” Although Arnold and Sylvester may not be the most phenomenal talents ever to grace the big screen, it’s difficult not to be won over by their charisma and unrelenting bloodlust. Even in an era of so much fresh blood, they’re still easily the kings of action…with exception to maybe Bruce Willis.
Participating in the recent Rosarita Ensenada in Mexico were Ahwatukee residents Roy Romero (second from right) and Harry Whitesell (far right), along with their friends (left to right) Roger Keegan, Phoenix; Zooey Chu, Grand Rapids, Mich.; and Heidi Jones, Sandy, Utah. The semi-annual 50-mile event draws cyclists from all over North America.
Participating in the recent Rosarita Ensenada in Mexico were Ahwatukee residents Roy Romero (second from right) and Harry Whitesell (far right), along with their friends (left to right) Roger Keegan, Phoenix; Zooey Chu, Grand Rapids, MI; and Heidi Jones, Sandy, UT. The semi-annual, 50-mile event draws cyclists from all over North America.
The Valley's demand for craft beers has grown over the past few
years and locally owned Keegan's has definitely noticed. The
restaurant is responding to this request by offering craft beers on
tap this fall at all three locations in Ahwatukee Foothills,
Camelback Corridor and Chandler.
The Republicans of Legislative District 9 invited influential
policy makers from around the Valley to speak to local residents in
its first “Movers and Shakers” event Saturday morning. Maricopa
County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Phoenix City Councilman Sal
DiCiccio, the Arizona director of Americans for Prosperity Tom
Jenney, and the communications director for the Center for Arizona
Policy, Aaron Baer, all spoke to the group gathered about their
experiences in Arizona politics and the work of their organizations
at the Plaza del Rio Community Center in Peoria.