This film image released by FilmDistrict shows, from left, Aaron Eckhart, Gerard Butler, Finley Jacobsen, Angela Bassett and Robert Forster in a scene from "Olympus Has Fallen." (AP Photo/FilmDistrict, Phil Caruso)
The letter from Bill Sandry (May 20) blaming the 1999 repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 for the financial meltdown that began in 2007 is another in a long series of Republican/tea party attempts to blame Bill Clinton for the mess created by the failed fiscal policies of George II and the Republican-dominated House and Senate of the 1990s and the first half of this decade.
How many of us get frustrated because we know we have the
potential to be our best self, but have trouble showing the world
that side of us? For writer Eddie Morra (played by Bradley Cooper,
also known as Phil Wenneck from The Hangover), that
frustration hung over his head on a daily basis. That is until he
ran into an old friend one day that changed his life forever.
A trip to Hollywood in the next week may be out of the question, but a daylong jaunt to Sedona could yield just as many star sightings. Nicholas Cage, Gary Sinise, Rip Torn, Jonathan Winters, Frances Fisher and Rita Rudner are among the celebrities expected to be in the Red Rock getaway town for this week's Sedona Film Festival.
The man arrested for terrorizing small business clerks in
Ahwatukee Foothills with a sawed-off shotgun during a two-month
robbery spree has changed his plea to guilty and will be sentenced
to prison March 1.
The man arrested for terrorizing small business clerks in Ahwatukee Foothills with a sawed-off shotgun during a two-month robbery spree has changed his plea to guilty and will be sentenced to prison March 1.
Commuters crowding the aisles of the Park-N-Ride transit center
at the corner of Pecos Road and 40th Street will find ample room
for their cars this summer when an expansion adding 350 covered
parking spaces is completed.