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   Volume 16, Number 4

February 18, 2006

Photo by David Stone

Third-generation pastor is
Crossing the line
By Georgann Yara

Here, live music reverberates off the ceiling. A tune by the ‘80s super-pop group The Go-Go's gets the day started and the crowd is drawn to a man sitting on a stool.

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   Inside this issue

• Networking still seen as top job-search strategy
• New twist on Adult Ed: One parent at a time
• New beginnings
• Chandler to Salt River Project: A little more forethought, please
• Ethiopian cuisine at Tina's: Deliciously addicting
• Best of 'Panther' still found on vintage DVDs
• Historical novel recounts author's days at 'Willie'
• Season's end culminates in titles for Aztecs
• A taste of Mardi Gras
   Time Capsule: This Issue, Last Year

February 19, 2005

Running: It's about time
By Doug Snover
People have been running since prehistoric man or woman learned to stand upright. The question is, have we learned anything since then? Dean Hebert says he has. His goal over 35 years of competitive running and coaching is to optimize the simple act of putting one foot in front of the other. Hebert, a Kyrene Corridor resident, may be someone worth listening to. He’s had a lot of time to think about things. Approaching his 49th birthday this month (Feb. 20) he has almost 49,000 miles under his feet.  That’s about twice around this Earth the rest of us walk on.

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