Book explores womens’ struggles in male-dominant workplace

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By Christopher Fiscus A new book by two Arizona State University professors chronicles the rise of women in America’s newsrooms and lessons about what...

Yearly Palm Springs trek quite a treat for fanciers of film classics

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The weekend of May 10th through the 13th, I had the pleasure to hang out in one of my favorite towns in the country,Palm...

Free concert Sept. 30 as part of ongoing series

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King of Glory Lutheran Church will host a free concert from 2 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, as part of its ongoing concert series.

Retired critic offers food for thought in online dining series

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Many Valley restaurants have fed Howard Seftel without knowing it, at first.

Epic film redux ‘a rambling, rollicking space opera’

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Millennium Falcon picks Tempe for a comeback landing.

‘Promised Land’

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A small town in southwestern Pennsylvania is the setting of Promised Land. It’s not exactly flowing with milk and honey—it’s a broke, fading farm...

McConaughey lethally convincing as ‘Killer Joe’

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What happens when the hit man you hire to murder your mother falls in love with your younger sister? That’s the major dramatic question...

MCC play a family holiday treat

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Mesa Community College’s Theatre & Film Arts Department is presenting Susan Zeder’s signature play, Mother Hicks, directed by Debra K. Stevens, this holiday season. The award-winning play performs at 7:30 p.m....

Search under way for relics of bygone eras

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by Chase Kamp If one could put Tempe on a turntable and drop the needle, the sound would contain the charge of ‘90s alternative rock, the bombast of big...

Convergence of milestones again puts popular musician in limelight

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Story by Georgia Swing Photo by Billy Hardiman Singer-songwriter Walt Richardson looks back at 35 years of entertaining Tempe audiences and says he feels like he’s just beginning. For...
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