Author: Mark Moorehead

An insider’s look at preparing for the kindergarten experience

It may be hard to believe in the blistering heat of July, but the start of the school year isn’t far off. And for some of our area’s littlest citizens, it will be the start of their school careers.

Stuffing your Turkey Day with some DVDs? Try these tasty treats.

There are countless well-loved Christmas movies, but Thanksgiving movies are a rarity. I’m not much.

A ‘wacky’ journey through the pages of Arizona history

They met in 1999 when south Tempe resident Conrad J. Storad was promoting his award-winning.

‘Thing’ remake still frightful

All it means, really, is “object,” yet somewhere along the line in American pop culture.

‘Dolphin’ tale a quixotic charmer

“From the studios and producers of The Blind Side.” That’s how Dolphin Tale is being.

‘Hoodwinked Too!’ redux ready for girls (and boys, too)

Made in a less-expensive, not-so-lush form of computer-generated animation, 2005’s Hoodwinked! was a fractured retelling.

Immersion strategy engages kids’ tech creativity

Nick Phillips filled some idle summer hours with a technology camp at Arizona State University..

Latest ‘Planet of the Apes’ sequel recasts earlier efforts with mostly joyous results

Of the many geeky enthusiasms of my boyhood, that for the Planet of the Apes.

‘50s Smurfs legend resurrected for 3D remake — and a worthy one at that

It’s understandable if you don’t feel much enthusiasm at the prospect of taking your kid.

Pooh tale best of animal epics

Opening this weekend is Winnie the Pooh, a new Disney feature chronicling the adventures of.