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   Volume 16, Number 6

March 18, 2006

Photo by David Stone

Seniors not getting old, just tougher

By Matt Stone

Who says age matters these days? With Jack LaLanne in his 90’s and in better shape than most 20-year-olds, the concept of getting weaker with age is never more obsolete.

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   Inside this issue

• Diablos raise $30k to replace outdated Marcos ball field
• New strategy targets Maricopa home market
• Waters, Dunn prevail
• Discerning Diner: Cioppino: original San Francisco treat
• The boys of summer
• 'V' for Vendetta
• Sports Notebook: Basketball fun continues March 24 at Marcos
• Larger-than-life hero
   Time Capsule: This Issue, Last Year

March 19, 2005

Signs of change
By Doug Snover

Imagine, if you can, the late-afternoon sun glistening behind you during a leisurely drive along Priest Drive or McClintock Road, or any number of other main streets in Tempe.

The light flashes across McDonald’s familiar arches, resplendent in bright blue. Or perhaps in aqua marine, if that color better pleased the Tempe Design Review Board.

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