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Everyone Melody Spencer meets during her annual registration drive for today’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Phoenix has a story to tell about breast cancer. It must be tough to keep track of how many stories she’s heard in the seven years she’s stood in grocery stores and malls talking to people about the annual race.
QuikTrip stores in the Valley are undergoing a major overhaul, one even the occasional visitor may have noticed already. The company is changing the format of its stores to be more full-service, and the format change seems to be a successful one.
Twenty years ago this month, when the first drops of Colorado River water poured into the retention basins at the Granite Reef Underground Storage Basin (GRUSP) near Mesa, it was predicted that storing water underground would be the wave of the future.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man suspected of robbing a Mesa jewelry store last month.
A Valley woman recently received recognition for volunteering her time with a charity with a deep reach in the East Valley.
A clothing store located at Arizona Mills Mall will provide a portion of its proceeds to a domestic violence shelter during a four-hour stretch on Sept. 20.
Heavy rain, thunder and lightning moved in to the Valley early Monday morning causing a lot of problems for commuters and waking up thousands of Valley residents.
Officials responded to a roof collapse Monday morning at a Fry’s grocery store in Tempe.
Tempe McDonald’s restaurant will host fundraisers for five elementary and middle schools this month.
Erbert and Gerbert’s Sandwich Shop, a national fast-casual sandwich chain offering subs and gourmet soups, is opening its first Arizona location at 117 E. Fifth Street in Tempe in mid-September. Entrepreneurs Brad and Gillienne Budde, ages 26 and 21, will be co-managing the store. The husband-and-wife duo hope to open two more Erbert & Gerbert’s locations in the area by the end of 2015.
Words are powerful creatures. Sometimes sleek and smooth, sometimes coarse and rough. Once they’re out there, we can’t snatch them back, tame them, or change them. Of course, not all words are hurtful or intended to wound. But words that hurt can kill us slowly and painfully, like a torturer. They cut away at our confidence, they eat up our self-esteem. While we might be able to maintain outward façade of normality, we inwardly shrivel and die. In those hidden depths, we can look and feel like “The Scream,” by Edvard Munch.
Just a short time after leaving corporate restaurants and starting their own the owners of Perfect Pear Bistro in Ahwatukee Foothills have announced plans for a second location.
Reality has a habit of raining down hard and melting away the comforts formed by the kindness of imagination and the vagaries of memory. There’s the way a person wants to remember an event that occurred in his or her life, and then there’s the way the event actually played out, complete with details absent of sympathy.
AT&T is offering students from Arizona State University and other schools heading back to class free ice cream on Saturday.
For many these days, the idea of grabbing a handful of quarters and trooping to an arcade instead of merely logging into a game from home seems an outlandish idea. This, however, is the spirit behind the inaugural Retrocade event set for Aug. 9-10 by the Gaming Zone and This Old Arcade in Tempe.
Staples locations across the East Valley will host a Teacher Appreciation event from Aug. 1 to Aug. 3.
Arizona’s Heroes to Hometown is collecting food this Friday in four locations across the Valley, including Gilbert and Tempe, this Friday to donate to St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance and United Food Bank.
Camp Verde: Cornfest
Locally centered spending has surged over the past few years due in part to organizations that promote local economies.
Mesa quickly rebuffs online ‘boring’ image. Growing up in western Pennsylvania, our little town of Aliquippa, a one-steel-mill town that went 7 miles down the Ohio River, employed over 80 percent of all workers. Even in the late 1970s and ’80s, our downtown was more vibrant than Mesa’s. In the heat of the summer, when business was traditionally slow, the merchants came up with a three-day event called ”Rodeo Days.” Everybody dressed in cowboy outfits and all the merchants had special offers, free bus rides, music and lots of free food and beverages. It was a family affair and everyone had fun. Next to the Christmas holiday season, Rodeo Days was a crowd pleaser, brought fun traffic to downtown and increased sales tax revenues. It went on for over 20 years. We had restaurants, stores, movie theaters, nightclubs and taverns when the steel mill workers got off their shifts. There were great clothing stores and home furnishing stores, or anything you needed. Pittsburgh’s downtown had the largest department stores like Gimbels, great night life, professional sports and entertainment.
Two suspects are in custody after hiding from police in a Tempe Walmart.
As a shop dedicated to promoting and supporting local musicians, Phoenix’s Epic Music Store is celebrating its first anniversary in true rock-and-roll fashion: with a huge gig.
Epic Music Store owners Lorraine Guier and George Contreras will host a one-year anniversary concert at Tempe Center for the Arts.
Chef’s Store, a wholesale food store, will open its doors at a “Ribbon Chopping” ceremony on June 19 at 3115 S McClintock Road in Tempe.