The asterisk by the First Amendment grows larger and larger every day, a condition made painfully evident by viral videos showing students who lack basic civic knowledge imposing their will on journalists and running roughshod over the most fundamental rights.
Econ — yes, definitely; I’ll study econ. Wait, no — supply chain sounds better; I’ll go with that. No, no. I’ve got it: I’ll do history (I love history!). Wait — I can’t get a job with that degree. Maybe I’ll…
Vickie Venturo ignored the insistent ringing of the telephone. It was late; the number was out-of-state.
It was February 2014, and longtime Tempe insurance agent Mary Contreras had embarked on what she remembers as the trip of a lifetime. Joined by 11 other Valley businesswomen, Contreras had been transported into a world of ancient ritual, unqualified friendship and almost indescribable beauty. It was an experience that unfolded the moment the group’s […]
The Tempe Police Department is looking for people interested in investing more into our great community. Working with City Councilmember Robin Arredondo-Savage, the department has expanded its volunteer program to include providing extra security patrols at neighborhood parks. This volunteer team works handin- hand with Tempe Police Officers by providing motorist services and spending time […]
The city of Tempe and ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability are teaming up on a study tha)t will analyze food waste and fats, oils and grease from large Tempe food industries, Tempe restaurants and institutional dining halls to determine the feasibility of turning this material into renewable energy. The study will focus on a process […]
Children 10 and under are invited to a free Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 4, at the north soccer field of Kiwanis Park, 6111 S. All-America Way. More than 8,000 plastic Easter eggs with prizes and stickers inside will be scattered on the field where children of two different age groups will be turned […]
By Joyce Coronel Andy and Elyse Lane had barely moved into their south Tempe home when they discovered they were expecting a baby. Fourteen weeks into the pregnancy, they learned Elyse was carrying a boy. Andy, a former Major League coach for the Chicago Cubs, and Elyse, an occupational therapist, shared the happy news with […]
By Deborah Hilcove The news hit hard: Brian Williams, anchor of NBC’s Nightly News, had received an unpaid six-month suspension due to his acknowledged exaggeration of a helicopter episode in Iraq. The story reminded me of my onetime employer, Darrow J. “Duke” Tully, former publisher of The Arizona Republic and the Phoenix Gazette. As society […]
Story by Michelle Hirsch Photos by Billy Hardiman “A year ago I was petrified going into this—starting a new business and not having any idea whether it would work or not, or whether I would lose my shirt in the process,” recalls Mary Wall. “I anticipated huge losses the first year, and that didn’t happen.”) […]