Ever wonder what drives people to do 'crazy' things like skydive over an active volcano, hike Mt. Everest, run 20 miles on a crisp Sunday morning, or wake up every single day at 1:10 a.m. to bake delicious whole-grain bread?
The pain got so bad, Tempe resident Carl Barnes called his wife to say he couldn’t take it anymore. He was done living. Plagued by vicious arthritis pain through the years, Barnes was at the end of his rope.
Don’t be surprised if the ghosts of theaters past emerge for a curtain call this month, their return from the ethereal realm prompted by a wondrous makeover of the onetime Lakes 6 movie house that opened in 1987 on much the same site.
Is there no one at Tempe City Hall or in the Tempe community who wants Tempe to be known as a city that values and protects parkland?
Women discovering value in popular self-defense method
While most Americans recall exactly what they were doing the moment they heard about the devastating attack on the World Trade Center, our family’s story is somewhat unique.
Irish, a six-year-old golden retriever, is man’s best friend in more ways than one. For 11-year-old Suzy, he’s her connection to the world.
Tempe-based Lost Our Home Pet Rescue will hold its 7th annual Holiday Champagne Brunch & Auction, featuring gifts for everyone’s holiday shopping list, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia.
Though most school nurses deal with common ailments such as sore throats or the flu, in this era of school violence, emergency preparedness is ratcheting up.
Pastor Roger Ball of First Baptist Church of Tempe is like many folks this time of year who relish the joy of Christmas and enjoy displaying it with elaborate lights and decorations.