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Preston Scarlett, 5, of Queen Creek, gets a face full of water as he slips and slides during the Queen Creek, Ariz. Seventh annual Monsoon Madness at Frontier Park on Saturday July 11, 2009. High temperatures are expected to reach 114 degrees Saturday and Sunday in the Phoenix area. (AP Photo/East Valley Tribune, Darryl Webb) ** ARIZONA REPUBLIC OUT **
Acrylic artist Jennifer White works on a piece of artwork inside the Arizona Arts Collective Gallery in downtown Mesa, Friday, May 7, 2010.
Leave the car in the garage and hop on your bike for Tempe’s 21st annual Bike to Work Day on Wednesday.
Eric Case knew at a young age that he did not want to spend his working years behind a desk. During his late teens, a friend got him a summer job at a golf course.
Eric Case and 2-year-old border collie, Macy.
MIAMI, Fla. - In August, John and Kelly Delgado moved their family to Homestead, Fla., from Indiana, thinking that John’s native South Florida was their land of opportunity.
SALT LAKE CITY - The people of this city were convinced light rail wouldn’t work.
SURPRISE SUCCESS: A TRAX commuter train travels toward downtown Salt Lake City.
(Left to right) Jack Frost (Chris Pine), North (Alec Baldwin), Sandman, Tooth (Isla Fisher) and Bunnymund (Hugh Jackman) band together to defeat Pitch (Not pictured / Jude Law) in DreamWorks Animation's RISE OF THE GUARDIANS to be released by Paramount Pictures. [Photo courtesy of DreamWorks Animation]
On The Job Most of us hate change. As much as we would like to think that we are adventurous, fun loving, risk taking individuals, when it comes down to it, change may be a bit harder to swallow than we initially think.
In this image taken on April 7, 2010 provided by Lee Meredith, an artistic, yet functional yarn holder made of Trader Joe coffee cans, hangs on a wall as shown in knit designer, Lee Meredith's studio in Portland, O.R. (AP Photo/Lee Meredith)
In this June 3, 2012 image provided by Macduff Everton, artist, Mary Heebner, is shown in her new studio, in Santa Barbara, Calif. The open space, with plenty of natural light, is ideal to create larger works that she can begin on the floor, and then pin them to a nearby wall for a different perspective. (AP Photo/Macduff Everton)
In this June 3, 2012 image provided by Macduff Everton, the studio of artist, Mary Heebner, based in an old, industrial building, is shown in Santa Barbara, Calif. The open space is ideal to start larger works that she can begin on the floor, and then pin them to a nearby wall for a different perspective. (AP Photo/Macduff Everton)
HOLD FOR LIFESTYLES In this 2010 image provided by Interweave, the art studio and office of Linda Blinn, editor of "Studios" magazine, is multi-functional to suit her dual roles as artist and editor as shown in San Clemente, Calif. Depending on the project, Blinn uses the shorter table, at left, while sitting, and the taller table when she needs to stand to do her mixed-media artwork in this flexible work space. (AP Photo/Interweave, Kari Blinn)