Free neighborhood program credited with steering teen away from gangs, drugs

Sometimes, Chandler resident Jonathan Davis thinks about where he would be if he were never introduced to ICAN. “I probably would have never graduated high...

Outdoor Education Camp

Kyrene Aprende Middle School sixth-grade teachers will hold a fund-raising event for the school’s annual Outdoor Education Camp later this month. The fund-raiser, which will...

‘World’s Oldest Rodeo’ reins in plenty of summertime fun

Arizona is home to one of our country’s most notable western traditions: The World’s Oldest Rodeo. And, when the middle of June comes around,...

New city manager gains perspective from hometown roots

When he was asked in January to serve as interim city manager, Andrew Ching didn’t expect to hold the job permanently. Yet, the Tempe City...

Sunset Library to host recap

The Valley music scene that served as an incubator for the successful careers of a number of singers, songwriters, musicians and producers in the 1950s and ‘60s is...

Is a memorable pie crust in your future? Find out here

Not long ago, a friend and I had dinner at Duane’s Prime Steaks and Seafood, at the Mission Inn in Riverside, Calif. Duane’s is a terrific old-school...

Tempe strives to maintain accessibility for all

Disability-law compliance is not just Michelle Stokes’ job—it’s her passion, and she wants to make sure that Tempe can justifiably be seen as inclusive and accessible to all people.
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