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.
The past few months have been a difficult season. Just when I think I’m about to catch a break from trials, something else happens. Many days I want to curl up in a corner and hide until I remember that nothing can happen unless God allows it.
PHOENIX (AP) — Criticized for its own handling of head injuries, the NFL launched an extensive lobbying campaign to pass laws protecting kids who get concussions while playing sports. The result: Within just five years, every state had a law on the books.
Almost 30 years ago, Adrian Lyne directed “Fatal Attraction.” His film took a fairly basic thriller premise and distinguished it with Oscar-caliber performances, a well-structured screenplay, and legitimate terror. Since then, we’ve gotten numerous retreads like “Swinfan,” “Obsessed” and now, quite possibly the dumbest of all, “The Boy Next Door.” Even if “Fatal Attraction” never existed, though, “The Boy Next Door” would still be a downright embarrassing standalone movie. How embarrassing is it? So embarrassing that the audiences for “General Hospital” and “Days of Our Lives” would boo it off-screen.
‘Medical tourism” often carries international connotations — Americans seeking treatment abroad, for instance, where the cost of procedures for joint implants and pacemakers overseas may be a fraction of what it is in the U.S. But the economics of domestic medical tourism are catching up.
January in Arizona wouldn’t be the same without a handful of high-profile car auctions, including the Jan. 14-18 Russo and Steele Collector Automobile Auction in Scottsdale (18601 N. Scottsdale Road). This locally-owned auto auction company celebrates its 15th anniversary with an auction featuring over 750 collector cars, sold in Russo and Steele’s signature coliseum-style “auction in the round.” The event also includes a celebrity memorabilia auction hosted by Kevin Martin.
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.
Gilbert resident Shawnee Fierros Casas Richberger has two dream jobs in her future: become an FBI agent or perform in a rock band. Training for the first one is a little tricky to receive at her age, but she has already kick started her path to the second one due in part to a scholarship opportunity.
Mary and Joseph were doing exactly what they were supposed to be doing without grumbling or complaining about the circumstances. They didn’t ask for special favors or to postpone the trip until after the baby was born.
In a 5-4 vote, the Phoenix City Council decided to allow a city pension task force to spend up to $140,000 on consulting services from Segal company, the same group the city used to study possible pension reform in the past.