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Jeremy Carr posted ‘The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant’ in The CineFiles at 11:40AM on January 25, 2015

Jeremy Carr posted 'Across 110th Street' in The CineFiles at 10:53AM on January 18, 2015

Jeremy Carr posted ‘Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky’ in The CineFiles at 10:52AM on January 18, 2015

Jeremy Carr posted ‘Skidoo’ in The CineFiles at 10:50AM on January 18, 2015

Tom Patterson posted Buses rock--without regulation in Speaking Freely at 01:53PM on January 16, 2015

Paradise Valley Mayor Michael Collins says his main priorities for his first term are to help continue to encourage reasonable resort development, continue the technological overhaul at the police department and maintain long-term financial security.  Voters elected Mayor Collins, Jerry Bien-Willner, Paul Dembow, David Sherf, Mark Stanton and Maria Syms to serve on Paradise Valley Town Council at the August 2014 … Read more
More than 200 Arizona State University students at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication are assisting the NFL and major media outlets, providing critical support and news coverage for Super Bowl XLIX.  With the Super Bowl generating record-breaking activity on social media channels, the Cronkite School is home to the NFL’s Social Media Command Center this week before … Read more
RJ David Photography was selected the Festival Favorite at the Dec. 20 Mesa Arts and Crafts Festival. “As a native Arizonan, I have always had a deep respect for the beauty of the land and a pride in our history,” owner Ron David said. “While in the Navy, my interest in photography developed. I enjoyed photographing planes and doing some … Read more
A local businesswoman and the chairman of the Lost Dutchman Days committee were honored Jan. 22 for their parts in the success of the annual rodeo and associated events. This year’s events are Feb. 26-28 and March 1. Honorary Dutchman Denny Walter received the 2015 Honorary Dutchman Award at a kick-off dinner for the Lost Dutchman Days volunteers committee. The award … Read more
PHOENIX, Ariz. -- Arizona legislators had a busy first few weeks as the 2015 session aims to tackle a $1.5 billion budget deficit. But lawmakers are still proposing a wide variety of bills. Northwest Valley legislators in districts 21 and 22 were sponsors on a number of bills introduced already. The Senate has until Monday, Feb. 2 to submit proposed bills … Read more
SUN CITY, Ariz. -- Recreation Centers of Sun City officials changed their annual meeting again. One year ago RCSC leaders switched from a regular meeting to an all-day affair in January, incorporating a number of elements, including entertainment and a keynote speaker. However, there will be a new date for the RCSC annual meeting this year. RCSC’s annual meeting is scheduled 9 … Read more
Olive Mill, 25062 S. Meridian Road in Queen Creek, is hosting the free “Saturday in the Park” 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Jan. 31, with live music by the Hoodoo Casters. The event includes Chicago hotdogs, face painting, balloon artists, yard games and an outdoor bar. Olive Oil 101 classes with a tour are $5 a person. Olive Mill is open 8 … Read more
PHOENIX -- The Phoenix Boys Choir’s next “PBC Experience Music Workshop” will spotlight black history month and patriotism.  The workshop will be held Saturday, Feb. 14.  Boys from around the Valley are invited to participate in the morning workshop to learn how to sing, read music and perform through fun activities themed around patriotic music, including the study of the “Star Spangled … Read more