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Automotive engineers and designers often have trouble seeing eye-to-eye. Artists rarely sip coffee with scientists, and jocks never sit at lunch tables with the nerds. It’s stereotypical, but it’s difficult to deny. Local Motors, a Chandler-based vehicle company and think tank, is looking to change that.
NEW YORK — Participation in mud runs and obstacle courses such as the Warrior Dash or Tough Mudder is growing by leaps and bounds. With that come some carefully plotted training schedules, with extra sprints up neighborhood hills and well-balanced diets that revolve around trail mix and vitamin-infused water.
Tom Kenny, the voice of the undersea cartoon counterculture icon "SpongeBob SquarePants," poses for a photograph, Sunday, Nov. 7, 2004, in Santa Monica, Calif. Kenny was a standup comic who worked with "SpongeBob" creator and director Stephen Hillenburg on the 1993 animal cartoon series "Rocko's Modern World." (AP Photo/Ric Francis)
Tom Kenny is a man of a thousand voices -- or so it seems.
There’s only one place in town this weekend where you can ride the Ferris wheel, get eye-to-eye with a shark, cheer on a monster truck, watch a little belly dancing, and gnaw on a giant turkey leg.
Winnie the Pooh tends to amble unhurriedly through his days, enjoying his life and his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood at his own pace. But "Winnie the Pooh," the movie, couldn't have come along at a better time.
Summer officially begins June 21, but Chandler hosts a wet welcome to the season at this weekend’s Summer Splash Festival.
Best known for his role as bully Biff Tannen in the “Back to the Future” film trilogy, Tom Wilson has also played characters in TV shows “Boston Public,” “Freaks and Geeks,” “Ed” and “Ghost Whisperer,” as well as doing voice-over work for Nickelodeon’s “SpongeBob SquarePants” movie and video games. But Wilson’s mainstay is comedy, and often musical comedy at that. He’ll perform stand-up, with his guitar in tow, this weekend in the East Valley.
Kendra Wilkinson is ready to turn the spotlight back on.
Margaret Loesch knows a thing or two about children's television and family programming. She launched Fox Kids Network, created Hallmark Channel and has had leadership roles at Hanna-Barbera Productions, Marvel Productions and the Jim Henson Group.
Free summer comedy series features top national comics
“A football field is 100 yards long. If the public address speakers are placed in the center and/or at the end of the field, that means that they need to be heard for only 50 yards. Why is it that we have to listen to the blaring noise when we’re having dinner on our patio, nearly a mile from the field? Inquiring and annoyed minds would like to know.”
When will we Earthlings ever learn? Whenever an alien and a spaceship pop up, it’s never good news. And when 29 spaceships suddenly appear, hovering over capitals of the world, we’re all taken aback before those sweet-talking aliens start making grand promises.
Thirty-eight Queen Creek first- through sixth-grade students carried mesh, black shopping bags Wednesday and searched the racks for new back-to-school clothes.
LOS ANGELES -- Harmless comic characters or racist robots? The buzz over the summer blockbuster "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" only grew Wednesday as some said two jive-talking Chevy characters were racial caricatures. Skids and Mudflap, twin robots disguised as compact hatchbacks, constantly brawl and bicker in rap-inspired street slang. They're forced to acknowledge that they can't read. One has a gold tooth.
“I sent a vent before 9 a.m. yesterday about going to Mexico and getting glasses and a tooth capped. The sentence about bringing back the swine flu was meant as a joke, but I see the flu is much more serious than I realized and it is not proper to try to make a joke about it.”
LOS ANGELES - “High School Music 3: Senior Year” graduated with honors Saturday at the Kids Choice Awards.
Ever wondered what percentage of the Earth’s weight is made up of Legos? The iconic plastic building brick turned 50 this year, and the Lego company estimates that in the course of five decades it has sold some 400 billion Legos.
A mystery shake made of gummy bears, orange juice, mustard, spaghetti sauce, hot peppers, tuna fish, chicken and salmon wet cat food, Tabasco sauce, chocolate chips and wet dog food was the top dare for six teachers and the principal to drink Wednesday at Towne Meadows Elementary School.
NEW YORK - In a nod to privacy complaints, Viacom Inc. won't be told the identities of individuals who watch video clips on the popular video-sharing site YouTube.
NEW YORK - Dismissing privacy concerns, a federal judge overseeing a $1 billion copyright-infringement lawsuit against YouTube has ordered the popular online video-sharing service to disclose who watches which video clips and when.
NEW YORK - Dismissing privacy concerns, a federal judge overseeing a $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit against YouTube has ordered the popular online video-sharing service to disclose who watches which video clips and when.
The East Valley keeps landing more and more high-profile retail chains: Barneys New York is coming to Scottsdale in 2009, as is H&M. But how can you tell we've really arrived? We now have the state's first Lego store.
NEW YORK - A $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit challenging YouTube's ability to keep copyrighted material off its popular video-sharing site threatens how hundreds of millions of people exchange all kinds of information on the Internet, YouTube owner Google Inc. said.
Faced with dwindling numbers in student orchestras, Tempe strings teachers are recruiting young players to keep their programs alive.