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This photo provided by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Joaquin Phoenix as Larry "Doc" Sportello in "Inherent Vice." (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures, Wilson Webb)
Filling the walls of Jerry and Dorothy Sidwell’s retirement apartment are dozens of celebrity photos — a shrine to Hollywood past. Dorothy flips an album to a picture of herself and middle-aged Elizabeth Taylor. Jerry flips the TV to a mock interview between himself and a fully-haired Bruce Willis.
PHOENIX (AP) — Phoenix police say a man stole a Salvation Army kettle that contained $200 in donations.
With football season finally over, local high school stadiums are now filled with soccer games. The East Valley is loaded with girls teams capable of making deep playoff runs on the pitch.
Every time I load updates on my computer, I seem to get a lot more than I want. It’s so slow now I’ll have to ask one of my tech-savvy friends to declutter it. The reason for my angst is the mysteriously enhanced prevalence of the aptly named spinning wheel of death. You know the little symbol that appears to let you know that your web page selection is supposed to be loading. That tiny whirling dervish that just keeps on going round and round, while you stare at the screen wondering what’s taking so long, take a brief timeout to water your plants, visit the washroom, get a cup of coffee, and still end up twiddling your thumbs. Strangely enough, I can watch dreamy-eyed at clothes whirling and flopping around the laundromat dryer. But the moment that mini-me dryer equivalent appears whirling on my computer screen, I get restless and agitated. At least we know something purposeful is happening at the laundromat, whereas the computer offers no guarantees.
The holiday catalogs and gift guides are starting to pour in, full of wonderful stuff to wrap for friends and family. But what about those who don't really want more stuff?
“I’m with President Obama on immigration. I need a new roof on my house. The Republican-controlled Congress has until the first of the year to come up with an immigration bill or I’m going to sign an executive check and get some guys to nail down my new shingles.”
Phoenix Veterans Day Parade
This photo released by Paramount Pictures shows, Matthew McConaughey, in a scene from the film, '"Interstellar," from Paramount Pictures and Warner Brothers Pictures, in association with Legendary Pictures.
When Joshua Hayes didn’t know what he wanted to be when he grew up; all he knew was what he didn’t want to do.
The word watermark doesn’t tend to come up in casual conversation. Yet consciously or unconsciously, watermarks are a big part of daily life and faith. Here are a few examples. High-quality stationery has long been associated with watermarks. I can still remember my mom’s special bond-quality writing paper, with the curious watermark on every page. We all handle money regularly, but if you work in retail, banking, or any profession that deals with money frequently, then you’ll be more than familiar with the watermarks used in paper currency to help stop counterfeiting. The same is also true of those who work in airport security checking passports for the safety of all travelers. If you’re in any kind of construction work, home or building repair specialist, then watermarks have a whole different meaning, especially if you’re called in to deal with the aftermath of a flood or some other type of water damage. Then there’s digital watermarking used in audio or image data for copyright purposes. Other types of digital watermarks protect data integrity and computer security. Last, but not least, from a spiritual perspective, the word watermark reminds us of our baptism.
Two Ahwatukee Foothills residents and members of Save the Lakes have filed a lawsuit against the owners of the closed Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course, hoping to get an injunction from the court that would force the owners to restore the land to its former condition.
A live-action, feature-length version of “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” produced by Disney? That’s got to be the most unpromising synopsis for a kid’s movie since Warner Bros. made an entire film about LEGOs. Then again, “The LEGO Movie” ended up being awesome. Maybe this adaptation of the classic picture book from Judith Viorst will be a pleasant surprise too, right? Well, the film isn’t terrible, horrible, no good, or very bad. It’s not exactly great either. It’s just OK, which is still at least better than expected.
Our society loves labels of all kinds. Many of us now check out the label on packaged food products before we buy them. Perhaps because we’re watching our weight, avoiding allergens, or trying to reduce the salt in our diet. Or maybe because we’re trying to make healthier choices about what goes into our body. Some of us just like to know where our fresh food is grown. When it comes to clothing, we may prefer a certain designer label, or a brand that we know fits us well. With greater social awareness of injustices around the world, many of us also look at labels so we can shop wisely for fair trade products, or avoid buying from countries with unfair or abusive labor practices. Then there are other labels such as nicknames, or descriptors that we use to conveniently label and categorize people. These labels, which are largely subjective, quite often determine our attitudes and our treatment of others. I’m sure we’re all familiar with the cruel and hurtful labels that children of all ages use to dehumanize, taunt, or exclude others.
Football is typically reserved for boys. It’s a contact sport. A violent sport. Girls don’t fit, some would say. But more and more, that’s turning out not to be the case.
A court fight between the Secretary of State's Office and a “dark money” group could determine how quickly reporters and others get records they request from public agencies.
The community of Corona Del Sol High School is stepping up to help with a beloved classmate's fight with leukemia and his family's mounting medical bills.
There’ll be no such thing as a boring game this week on the high school football circuit, and you’ll need plenty of good eats to keep up with the action. Here are five options to find a tasty bite. Go team!
Cobblestone Auto Spa
2021 S. Alma School Road
(480) 222-0963 or Cobblestone.com
Starting in Arizona in 1997, Cobblestone Auto Spa aims to provide its customers with a fast yet high-quality wash for their vehicles. Cobblestone also offers a full detail center as well as oil and lube, windshield repair/replacement and even air-conditioning services.
Clean Freak Car Wash
1490 W. Chandler Blvd.
(480) 812-9800 or CleanFreakCarwash.com
Ocean Blue Car Wash
750 W. Warner Road
(480) 786-1760 or OceanBlueCarwash.com
Surfer Express Car Wash
5880 W. Chandler Blvd.
(480) 266-9466 or SurferExpressCarWash.com
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Dr. Tom Chamberlain
3800 W. Ray Road, Suite 9
1055 W. Queen Creek Road, Suite 5
(480) 899-9423 or SmileStraight.com
The goal of Dr. Tom Chamberlain of Chamberlain Orthodontics is to help both children and adults improve their smiles. He and his staff provide multiple types of corrective treatment from traditional braces to clear Invisalign adjusters.
SECOND PLACE — TIE
3200 S. Alma School Rod. Suite 201.
(480) 917-7977 or ExtremeSmiles.com
Dr. Todd Dickerson
1200 W. Warner Road, Suite 1.
(480) 963-2535 or DickersonOrtho.com
Dr. Nathan Davis
595 N. Dobson Road
(480) 897-8555 or DavisSmiles.com
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Streets across Ahwatukee experienced massive flooding Monday morning, while some schools in the area closed for the day or saw delays due to adverse weather.
Fazio's Catering Hall, an Italian restaurant, is set to open Sept. 11 in Chandler.