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ST. PAUL, Minn. — Baskin-Robbins has 31 flavors of ice cream. The Nook has 31 types of burgers.
DETAILS >> 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sept. 28. Apache Drive-In Theater on Highway 77. Tickets are $79 until Sept. 15 and $120 after that. Each ticket is good for one vehicle carrying up to seven people and includes a super-sized popcorn, one Frost gelato, car-to-concession stand car hop service, and a limited-edition commemorative key fob. (928) 701-3320 or http://lastpictureshow.eventbrite.com. [More on next slide ...]
Salute one of the state’s last drive-in movie theaters — Globe’s high-desert Apache Drive-In Theater — before it goes out of business. This rollicking send-off features a screening of “American Graffiti,” a giant tailgating party, and retro fashion, classic car and “Wolfman Jack” contests — where you get to honk your car horn to vote. Vendors will sell food and drink (or you can bring your own), and a prop-filled photo booth will let you share pictures instantly via social media. [More on next slide ...]
PRESCOTT — The restored marquee sign at what once was the Senator Drive-In Theatre summed up this community’s mood on Independence Day: Prayerful yet patriotic. Sad, yes, but proud. Painfully proud.
The painful process of moving forward from disaster
School's out, and video-streaming services Netflix and Amazon have come up with new ways to ward off summer-vacation boredom while going head-to-head in a battle for your kids' screen time.
Zaharis Elementary's Lemonade Club presented $414 to Academy Award winner, author and musician Jeff Bridges, international spokesperson for Share Our Strength: No Kid Hungry, last week. Principal Mike Oliver shared this story:
For more than two years, an iconic neon sign has been missing in action, so to speak.
BLD (1920 W. Germann Road, Chandler  779-8646). Short for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, BLD serves up chef-crafted comfort foods in a casual neighborhood environment, with a healthy disregard for when you’re “supposed” to crave dishes like bacon-studded waffles paired with fried chicken. (Breakfast is available until 2 p.m. daily.) A drive-thru window serves barista-made coffees, specialty drinks and meals on-the-go when you’re in a hurry — but a couple of bites always convince us these are meals best lingered over with good friends, good drinks (also available) and good conversation. $$
During the course of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, we became familiar with the U.S. gold medal gymnastics team known as the “Fab Five” and later, the “Fierce Five.”
For nearly 40 years, Changing Hands Bookstore in Tempe has helped people open pages to new chapters and new books by often allowing them to meet the authors and get their books signed.
At the age of 95, her hair full of silver and her mind sharp with political strategy, Jeanne Tirpak of Wickenburg said she came to Joe’s Farm Grill in Gilbert on Monday to see one person and one person only.
One well-known Republican will not be at the Republican National Convention. Instead, former GOP Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is starting the week in Arizona to campaign for her allies.
I’ll take a symphony on wheels with my tater tots and Cherry Limeade, please.
Hollywood wants your money. From “The Hunger Games” to “The Avengers” to “The Dark Knight Rises,” studios are rolling out big draws this year to get more people into theater seats. But catching a movie several times a year is expensive.
Hollywood wants your money.
The Tempe Elementary School District governing board could vote Wednesday night on expanding its traditional school option at Ward Traditional Academy to one of its now vacant campuses.
The rededication of an East Valley icon is expected to happen in less than a month.
Kim Commons heard the plans for Tempe Marketplace, and his “blood went cold.”
It’s not too late to get your flu shot.
Lovers of nostalgia and neon signs will have to wait a little while longer before they can see one of Mesa's landmarks re-dedicated in the same spot where she posed for 50 years.
It was an anticlimactic send-off for an old friend.
Chains surround the entrance gate. The projection house is empty. Parking lots are desolate. And the six gigantic white screens are a blank, lifeless canvas perpetually staring back at passersby.
Located on Mckellips and Hayden Roads, The Scottsdale Six has yet to feel the impact of significant development. Surrounded mostly by fields, the six movie screens have not yet been washed out by nearby lights shown in 2005. [Tribune file]