Imagine a love story between a beautiful princess and a handsome half-god warrior. It sounds perfect—until he murders her husband and three brothers, destroys her city, captures her and turns her into a slave. This is the tangle Homer created in his epic poem, The Iliad, casting Briseis as the prize sought by both Achilles […]
On the back of the t-shirts worn by the servers at Babbo is a row of three circles, in the cheery red, green and white of the Italian flag.
Watch for the Aztecs to play with more purpose, passion and pride this season, according to head coach Cory Nenaber.
Debbie Jacobs spent 18 years teaching before she retired last year, but she never stopped caring about children.
Students in the Kyrene School District returned to class this month and noticed things had changed a bit from when they began their summer break.
Tempe is looking to expand its popular Orbit neighborhood circulator service by adding a new route – Saturn – to serve neighborhoods between U.S. 60 and Elliot Road.
As the summer break drew to a close, Tempe’s three school superintendents spoke to the city’s chamber of commerce about their plans and hopes, as well as the challenges they’ll face, during the 2015-2016 school year.
Dressed in fatigues and sporting backpacks, members of the Arizona Army National Guard’s 123 Mobile Public Affairs Detachment were finally headed for home. It was a recent Saturday morning, and they were mostly exhausted from the long journey.
As summer break comes to a close, many students may be savoring one last getaway trip. Not Prateek Pinisetti, who soon will begin his sophomore year at the charter school he attends in Chandler.
Whether soaring from the uneven bars, twirling across a balance beam or executing dizzying flips, Amanda Borden knows that gymnastics is a sport that captivates.