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People around the world gather to wave flags, stare in awe at fireworks, throw candy, and line the streets to watch parades that commemorate a historical event. Many times these parades are linked to current revelry of food, drinking, and a full out party atmosphere. They are fun events. We enjoy them. All the while the true cultural-historical reason for the commemoration is often misplaced. Forgotten are the lives that were committed, and even lost, to bring about such historical events.
NEW YORK — The future is Stephen Colbert.
The iconic comedy duo Cheech & Chong defined an era with their hilariously irreverent, satirical, counter-cultural, no-holds-barred comedy routines.
Mesa will have its second cemetery tour on April 12 at the Mesa Cemetery. The tours will start at 8 a.m. and the final tour will depart at 9 a.m.
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DALLAS — A big drop in customer complaints helped U.S. airlines post their best ratings ever even though more flights were late and more bags were mishandled, according to a report released Monday by university researchers.
Snow pudding is a great old American recipe that dates back to pioneer days, back when resourceful home cooks hankering for a treat had to rely on whatever they had — things like gelatin, lemons, sugar and eggs.
Springtime is in the air. The birds are chirping, the plants are thriving and with that also comes the season of DIY projects.
In a state full of wonderful and beautiful topography, Arizona also boasts a number of places to see nature from a different perspective — underground. The most famous of these sites is Kartchner Caverns, about 9 miles south of Benson.
If plants could squeal like hungry pigs, we gardeners would pay more attention to their fertilizer needs.
It’s often called, “The greatest story ever told,” and it’s taken straight from the Bible in an annual production with a stage and cast of near biblical proportions, as befitting the story. The Easter Pageant of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is performed in the huge grassy bowl in front of the Visitor’s Center of the Mesa Arizona Temple, 525 East Main St. It never fails to be a moving, memorable and uplifting experience that brings people back year after year.
After surviving six rounds of challengers heading into Saturday, Cooley Middle School seventh-grader Nila Dhinaker defeated 26 other spellers to win the 2014 AEF Arizona Spelling Bee.
One person has died in a fiery crash in Tempe, authorities say.
Whether you’re an elite cyclist or simply like to tool around the neighborhood on your beach cruiser, CycloMesa is for you.
Expose your passion for pop culture at Scion’s Project Ethos at the W Scottsdale Hotel, where the air will be filled with everything on-trend in fashion, music and art.
RICHMOND, Va. — Attention passengers, craft beer has reached 35,000 feet.
Orbital Sciences Corp. in Gilbert announced an agreement to build 81 spacecrafts for an international satellite company as part of an approximately $3 billion project.
NEW YORK — Spending your days killing zombies apparently takes its toll.
Culinary herbs are enjoying a revival thanks to new varieties, stronger flavors, health concerns and more discerning palates. Their low cost, attractiveness and easy-to-grow attributes are making them popular, too.
Walls can get dirty before you know it — from a splatter of spaghetti dinner to the crayon artistry of a roaming toddler to fingers simply reaching for a light switch.
Eight’s Check, Please! Arizona Festival returns this weekend to downtown Phoenix’s CityScape, adding a demonstration by renowned celebrity chef Nobuo Fukuda.
Mesa Public Schools hired a group to implement and manage the district’s new bus advertising program.
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