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Rivers & Moorhead, a boutique CPA consulting firm, moved to a new office on Mill Avenue in Tempe.
Economic woes have slowed growth on Mill Avenue, but that might not be a completely bad thing, declared the woman now responsible for marketing and maintaining that shopping/entertainment district.
Mill Avenue nightlife is getting a shot in the arm, thanks to two new clubs opening in downtown Tempe. Coconut Club Bar & Grill, a Hawaiian-themed bar and restaurant, opened Aug. 4 at 414 S. Mill Ave., a second-story space formerly occupied by Ziggy's and, most recenty, PA Connection.
Tempe’s Mill Avenue is becoming the new downtown Scottsdale. Just ask 29-year-old Megan Mahoney, a former Scottsdale club-hopper, who sings the praises of the bar- and club-filled street, which has long been a popular college hangout due to its proximity to ASU.
The Which Wich sandwich chain has set-up shop in the Valley with two new locations, including one in Tempe.
Tysen Manuel is owner and operations manager of Ncounter, 310 S. Mill Ave., Suite A101, Tempe. (480) 968-9288 or www.ncounter.com
United Blood Services, 16 Valley radio stations and KPNX-TV (Channel 12) have put out a call for people to roll up their sleeves and donate blood. The week between Christmas and New Year’s Day has traditionally been the most difficult time of the year to meet patient blood needs.
LEGOs have their place among little ones with bold imaginations.
There's more than one way to say "I love you" this Valentine's Day. A coalition of Arizona hospitals and health care, faith-based and community organizations want to show their love for children by helping them sign up for health insurance.
School is back in session at RA Sushi. The restaurant is bringing back its Sushi 101 Classes to two East Valley locations.
Tempe Town Lake, an increasingly popular spot for national-caliber Olympic sports events, will host another one Sunday morning: the Rio Salado International Triathlon.
Tempe and some of its high-tech employers are holding a job fair Thursday, Feb. 16 but don't fret about rushing the interview suit to the cleaners by then.
Parties and events celebrating the premiere of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”:
Tempe is sizzling this week.
The Internal Revenue Service is relocating its East Valley office from Tempe to a more customer-friendly facility in Mesa.
A handful of young entrepreneurs from Ireland and the Valley are planning to open their second Irish pub in mid-February at Sonora Village on the southwest corner of Loop 101 and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard in Scottsdale.
Hard rocker Tom Keifer would be among the first to say that life doesn’t go as planned. The long-time musician, best known for his lead role in the band Cinderella, released his first solo album – ”The Way Life Goes” – April 30 after a 10-year process and a long struggle with partial vocal chord paralysis — the ruination of many music careers.
Sisters Abigail, Makenzie and Madeline Frank can be
Chicken fingers, french fries, macaroni and cheese — survival food for any parent dining out with the kids. These kids menu staples often elicit ire from foodies, who believe parents should give their children more credit.
Caketini (2270 E. Williams Field Road, No. 114, Gilbert  786-3500). Scottsdale has its Sprinkles, Gilbert has Caketini — a cute shop run by a family that’s been baking for generations. Sweet lovers will find gourmet cakes, truffles and massive, prettily decorated cupcakes. $
The only thing better than celebrating a birthday is celebrating it with free and discounted stuff. So, here are 15 places to make your big day all the more special (and cheap):
Brunchies (17 E. Boston St., Chandler  899-5036). Brought to you by the folks behind Serrano’s Mexican restaurants, this downtown spot serves brunch until 2 p.m. daily. The tasty spread includes all the usual suspects — pancakes, eggs, fruit, sausage and home fries — along with a variety of soups, desserts and Mexican breakfast favorites. $
It’s getting down to the wire for East Valley residents who haven’t filed their income tax returns. The Internal Revenue Service’s East Valley office at 40 W. Baseline Road, Suite 101 in Tempe, is flooded with residents hoping to get various tax issues addressed in time to make the Monday tax-filing deadline.
Whether you’re a freshman who’s new to the Valley or a senior getting ready to graduate, there's always something new to discover in Sun Devil territory. From bars and clubs to bowling alleys and malls, here's your guide to finding the hottest places for cool college kids.