Dancing the light fantastic: Tapping into a craze revitalized from the days of early...

Dance studio owner Mary Wall started developing her talent at the gawky age of 5, hoping to one day join the famed Rockettes in New York City.

Backyard fundraiser may be just the start of girls’ future endeavors

While most philanthropists are adults trying to create a positive impact on the world, Tempe is home to pint-sized versions named Isabella Small and Sophie Byrd.

Insurance agent’s trip to Russia a wakeup call to risks of cybercrime

If you think your cybercrime worries have reached their peak, don’t be too quick to send your digital bodyguards on an extended vacation.

Why this job is easy to love [Hint: It’s not just the job, it’s...

I’ll have to admit that I was happily surprised at the number of responses we received from our recent tribute to the many talented people I've had the privilege of working with and knowing these past years.

New role for nitrous oxide, and it’s no laughing matter

There’s a lot that new parents can do to prepare themselves for their little bundle of joy.

Chandler downtown unit to hire new executive as part of building a more ‘dynamic’...

Officials of the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership have announced the departure of Executive Director Beth Fiorenza, effective Dec. 29.

A boost for area charities as Mission del Sol finalizes plans for its Feb....

You know those skinny jeans at the back of your closet and Aunt Gertrude’s silver candlesticks that you haven’t polished—or used—for the last 20 years?

Middle Eastern culture gains momentum at new locale

If you’ve been to Baiz Market Place in Phoenix, you know it’s a well-stocked Mediterranean/Middle Eastern bakery, deli and market.

Drive helps area’s underprivileged

Arizona, with its dry desert heat, attracts thousands of snow birds each year, people who are tired of shoveling snow.

Youth choir sets auditions

Chandler Children’s Choir will hold new-member auditions Saturday, Aug. 6 at Arizona Music Academy in Tempe.