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Chandler International Film Festival, running through Jan. 23, has something for every taste

The sixth annual Chandler International Film Festival is running through Jan. 23 at LOOK Dine-In Cinema at 1 W. Chandler Blvd. downtown.

W. Chandler author rings up riveting tale in new book about living with a disease with no cure

"We Don’t Get to Ring the Bell: My CML Story" chronicles Anne McAuley Lopez' journey with chronic myeloid leukemia, for which there is no cure.

Tempe author’s best-seller ‘Exponential Theory’ applies Silicon Valley model to array of uses

'Exponential Theory' theme best summarized in book's subtitle: 'The Power of Thinking Big.'

TCA’s new Indigenous Cultural advisor making her mark with Indigenous Arts Arizona Festival

Violet Duncan says that her new gig as Indigenous Cultural advisor for Tempe Center for the Arts is a dream-come-true job,

Ben Platt’s performance makes ‘Evan Hansen’ worth seeing despite film’s inconsistency, flaws

What makes the uneven Dear Evan Hansen worth watching is the performance of Ben Platt in the title role.

Curtain rises again — finally — as the iconic Tempe Center for the Arts weathers the pandemic

Tempe Center for the Arts is reopening after being closed for well over a year due the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tempe violinist’s Rise to concertmaster called inevitable by those who’ve watched his growth

Tempe-based violinist Julian Nguyen is new concertmaster of MusicaNova Orchestra, dedicated to “new music, unjustly neglected pieces and fresh interpretations of the classics.”

Tammy Faye Bakker comes off as lovable media personality and pop-culture icon in new film

Jessica Chastain is gaining recognition for her portrayal of Tammy Faye Bakker in the new film The Eyes of Tammy Faye.

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