Tutor time: Local high school helps in tutoring

Tutor time: Local high school helps in tutoring

Members of Corona del Sol’s SPOK Club — an acronym for Students Passing On Knowledge — have done just that with a group of kids from Aprende Middle School. The mentors have attracted a considerable following, not only among the Aprende students but among the high-schoolers and the school principal, who see the initiative producting […]

A longtime favorite gets a long-deserved recognition

A longtime favorite gets a long-deserved recognition

Popular Tempe musician Walt Richardson became the first inductee into Mill Avenue’s new Walk of Music, a tribute to the many contributors to the Valley scene ‘who have made a true difference in the culture of music,’ noted Tempe Councilman Joel Navarro. Richardson opted to reward one of his fans with a guitar (bottom, right), […]

Super Bowl XLIX marks big No. 31 for this diehard fan-atic

Super Bowl XLIX marks big No. 31 for this diehard fan-atic

For longtime Tempe entrepreneur John Bebbling, Super Bowl XLIX is more than just another high-profile, high-energy sporting spectacular. It’s Chapter 31 in the history book of pilgrimages made by his group of Super Bowl fans—veteran diehards, it must go without saying. Whether it’s Green Bay, San Diego or New Orleans—or any of the other sometimes […]

Talking Trash: Creativity Reigns as Fashion Inspires Ideas for a Sustainable Future

Talking Trash: Creativity Reigns as Fashion Inspires Ideas for a Sustainable Future

By Michelle Hirsch Chandler residents with a flair for creativity and fashion recently looked for something “trashy” to create fashions ready for the runway in the city’s inaugural “Trashion Fashion Show”. Organized by Chandler Center for the Arts, along with the city’s Solid Waste Services and Parks and Recreation divisions, this unique fashion show was […]

Sports: Two returnees raise hopes for Lady Aztec golf team

Sports: Two returnees raise hopes for Lady Aztec golf team

Corona’s girls golf team took second place at the City Meet Sept. 11. Front: Julia Cuendet, Sarah Butler, Clare Dunnahoo, Lexie Baughman, Taylor Gransen. Back: Callie Stover, Courtney Conradi, Mikaela Hatfield, Emma Lower, coach Reed. — Photo courtesy Pat Reed Corona’s girls golf team, with only two returning players at the varsity level, may need […]