If you have been to a movie in the past few months, you have undoubtedly seen the trailer for new Sony Pictures film “Ricki and the Flash” starring Meryl Streep and debuting nationwide August 6. Rick Springfield snagged the role of “Greg” the boyfriend of Ricki, portrayed by Streep, a three-time Oscar winning actress. As the side-man and guitarist in Ricki’s band, Ricki and the Flash, Springfield, who is a music, television and film veteran showed exceptional acting chops and held his own with Streep. In what some might consider an unexpected casting choice, Springfield shines brilliantly in a role that he owns in it’s entirely with charm, humility and feeling. » Read More
Who says s'mores are just delicious dessert when camping? S'mores are fun to eat and even more fun to make! Upscale restaurants are sitting up and taking note of this ooey, gooey dessert. The popular campfire treat is honored every year on August 10 on National S'mores Day. » Read More
Fitz's Supper Club is dubbed one of the Valley's hottest social, philanthropic and entertainment events of the year. An auction will feature one-of-a-kind photographs taken by the footballer, including breathtaking images of the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia, the pyramids in Egypt and a variety of wild animals captured by Fitzgerald's lens in Tanzania. » Read More
Stop in for the freshest tasting burgers beautifully created by the kitchen staff. "We construct the best burger with the best ingredients-everything is fresh and nothing is frozen and we help the local community by purchasing from local vendors," says owner Johnny Ioannou. You won't find anything frozen at Johnny's... except the creamy and smooth shakes! » Read More
DV8 Sports, a company committed to growing participation in and the enjoyment of golf, announced a Kickstarter campaign to help launch EPECTM, the golf industry's first upgradeable junior golf solution. The 35-day campaign seeks funding to fuel DV8 Sports' first production run of EPEC and to support a broader market launch later this year. » Read More
At the first-of-its kind affordable housing project in Tempe for veterans and their families, Save the Family will provide a full range of services from free before- and after-school care and a computer lab with training classes to financial literacy lessons and job training and placement. The Valor on Eighth project is a collaborative effort with the City of Tempe and co-developers Gorman & Company and Save the Family's Affordable Rental Movement (ARM). It will be eligible for $10 million in federal low income housing tax credits over ten years. The facility will be located on city-owned land at Rural Road and Eighth Street just south of University Drive. » Read More
CallTeks Security is a locally owned business with a staff of eight people and despite its lean structure, operates like a much larger company. With every staff member engaged, trained and integrated into what is happening within the security industry, the peace of mind that CallTeks Security provides its valued customers is second-to-none. » Read More
Moving across the country is a challenge for anybody. But when Terri Edwards of Pluma Designs made her big move from South Carolina to Scottsdale before the summer of 2015, she found a rewarding unique opportunity in re-establishing her brand loyalty with new clientele. » Read More
Greek and Mediterranean foods are among some of the most delicious and healthy dining choices. Come and discover a tantalizing and diverse lunchtime menu at My Big Fat Greek Restaurant on Mill Avenue in historic Downtown Tempe. » Read More
Maricopa resident Jax Menez is resourceful, resilient and relentless and The History Channel is willing to bet viewers think so, too! Menez is a former police officer who, after a decade in law enforcement entered the private investigations industry. He is now one of the trio of stars of “Missing in Alaska,” debuting at 10 p.m. EST/9 p.m. CST Friday, July 24 on the History Channel. Together with Ken Gerhard and Tommy Joseph, Menez and the adventuring investigators tackle the wild weather and untamed terrain of Alaska in search of the nearly 4,000 people that go missing in the expansive state each year. Sadly, most of those people are never found. » Read More
Join the ASU Art Museum for a special annual event celebrating art and families! Unleash your creativity with dozens of hands-on art making stations and interactive performances and workshops. What will you and your family create together? The limit is only your imagination! Family Fun Day takes place 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 11 at the ASU Art Museum. The event is free. » Read More
Make your own kind of music this summer at Tempe History Museum with FREE fun for the whole family. Kids will beat the heat and they will beat the drums and other musical instruments while enjoying special hands-on activities, crafts and games that follow the musical themes of the day. » Read More
Christmas in July is an annual food drive during the summer that aims to help stock United Food Bank's shelves. During the entire month of July, bring in two approved non-perishable food items to Organ Stop Pizza and receive 10% off your entire kitchen bill that evening while sitting and enjoying The Mighty Wurlitzer Organ, delicious pizzas, pastas, salad and more. » Read More
Now that it's well over 100 degrees on a daily basis in the valley, CallTeks Security has specific features in its state-of-the-art security systems designed to protect the entire family and provide extra peace of mind. » Read More
Enjoy a free appetizer buffet, cool drink specials and live music from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. each Friday evening through the month of July at Pitchfork & Corks. Break out of the traditional Friday bar scene and try something different and unique. » Read More
Visitors to Tempe Town Lake can cool off while getting soaked at the Splash Playground at Tempe Beach Park. The one-acre playground features a slide, a waterfall and water wall, frog spray ring, water dump bucket, water cannons and flower shower. Children can also enjoy running through the spray arches and riding toy whales. The Splash Playground is perfect for children of all ages and there is no charge for the attraction. » Read More
Venezia's Pizzeria is a family-owned and operated series of restaurants that incorporates the finest flavors of Italy and the fun and nostalgia of New York style pizzerias into their business. » Read More
Now that the weather has warmed up, RA Sushi has rolled out a new summer menu bursting with fresh flavors. The fresh, summer selections feature nine different sushi, salad and cocktail offerings that feature cool, light flavors ideal for sweltering summer days. These menu items will be available at all five Valley RA Sushi locations from May through August. » Read More
Tempe.com is delighted to introduce Madeleine Schaffner as our newest intern and social media expert. Madeleine will be producing and managing numerous social media platforms for Tempe.com, such as Instagram and Facebook, in order to promote community engagement. Effective social media networking will enable us to promote our partnership with the ASU-Tempe.com Scholarship Fund. Madeleine will also be the official photographer for events, landmarks, and scenery in our city. » Read More
Every once in a while a premier space opens up in the valley that offers a lifestyle experience that offers homeowners something truly unique. Crown Canyon features a selection of homesites that will be nestled in a quiet canyon, yet conveniently central to town.In a collaboration by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice Vernon Swaback, developer Garth Wieger with partner Kevin Groman and Chris Karas of The Karas Group, Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty; Crown Canyon homesites are now available and will be located in a gated community at the end of 40th Street and less than one mile north of Lincoln Drive. » Read More
Arizona State University is the largest university in the nation for the academic year of 2014-15 and it's no secret why.The atmosphere that the all five campuses bring to the university and all the events and academics as well as the extra curricular activities bring the college to life and attract students nationwide. The top ten reasons to attend ASU in no particular order are as follows: » Read More
You stand on the edge of the platform. You look down and your heart pounds as you gauge how high you are above the ground. From the top of the towers, you can see majestic red rocks, the San Francisco peaks, and the whole breathtaking Verde Valley. You look above to the blue sky... and JUMP! » Read More
Get a completely different view of wildlife! Not a zoo or a circus, Out of Africa Wildlife Park is home to hundreds of exotic animals from around the world roaming in spacious habitats that give you a chance to see these beautiful creatures and their natural behavior up-close. » Read More
Located about four miles south of ASU, Spokes on Southern is not your average student hangout. This comfortable bike themed grill features a menu of well thought-out recipes and sophisticated combinations that reflect a more grown-up personality than the average college crowd pleasing bar or restaurant. » Read More
Native Grill and Wings are famous in Phoenix for their Buffalo Style Chicken Wings. After all, they pretty much singlehandedly INTRODUCED Buffalo Wings to Phoenix. And after being crowned winner of “Best Wings” over 20 time, if you think you'll find wings in Phoenix better than Native's, FUGETABOUTIT! But there is ALOT more to Native Grill than just great wings! As good as their wings are, if you stop with them, you’ll definitely be missing out! » Read More
Providing Tempe, Phoenix, Scottsdale and surrounding areas with quality entertainment, beautiful art and several artistic workshops, the Tempe Center for the Arts is truly the place to go for an afternoon of culture, music or shows. Its stunning theater boasts 600 seats for dramatic arts, operas, musical shows and orchestral performances. » Read More
Life is an adventure...And Boulders on Broadway wants you to enjoy it to the fullest! Featuring delicious foods and THE Best Beer selection in Tempe, Boulders invites you to enjoy relaxing as much as you enjoy playing! » Read More
Homes in FireRock, located in Fountain Hills, Arizona, are desired by those seeking championship 18-hole golf and fine custom homes in a majestic setting. Wonderful properties can be found with an exploration of FireRock Country Club homes for sale. Because The Holm Group knows the Fountain Hills and Scottsdale area, they can assist you in finding the perfect property in this community.
Your life is heavily influenced by your job. You spend at least 40 hours a week at your place of employment, so it is very important that you enjoy your job and are happy working there. If you feel unfulfilled or jaded with your career, these feelings could possibly spill over into other aspects of your life and make you feel miserable. In order to find a job that adds quality to your life, read the rest of this article about how to find a career that suits you better.
When it comes to repeat clientele, your spa supplies could be making all the difference. There are some things that clients may not notice that you skimp on, but if you buy inferior items that touch their skin such as cheap lotions, rough towels and poor quality sheets, they will notice! They may not even consciously be able to tell you why, but all those little touches really add to the pampering experience, and without them, they know that something is lacking.
Families can often be considered a restaurant's most loyal customer base and greatest long term asset.When a restaurant creates an enjoyable and memorable family dining experience, it wins the lifelong support of multiple patrons, as kids will become paying diners.
When you want to go out and enjoy yourself, it isn't necessary to spend an arm and a leg just to have some fun. One great way to do this is to look for printable coupons that allow you to save on various items and activities.
When you were a kid you probably had to use encyclopedias to do research for your projects and term papers in high school and/or college. Since the Internet has become the most popular and easiest way to do research, today's generation barely even knows what an encyclopedia is, much less why they would need to use one. If I were you I would be looking up internet providers in my area because encyclopedias are an outdated resource.
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Urinary incontinence is a distressing problem that affects one third of women and 17 percent of men over age 60. Bladder control problems are linked to other health issues such as obesity and diabetes and account for a high number of nursing facility and assisted living facility admissions.
There is no denying that thanks to the huge technological boom that has happened over the last few years the business world has evolved to compensate for all of these many changes. While the transition might have been a little rough at first, there are so many advantages that all of the new technology can offer to businesses, with one of the biggest advantages of course being that distance is no longer going to be as limiting of a factor as it once was.
Scottsdale.com's Fred Mercaldo recently interviewed Sonoran Lifestyle Real Estate's Dori Wittrig who is President and Designated Broker and Laurie McCain who is one of the top Realtors. Sonoroan Lifestyle Real Estate represents the real estate sales at Torreon Golf and Country Club. They discuss owning a piece of Torreon real estate.
Dog-eat-dog competition in Tempe
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 01/05/15 12:30:05 PM
Dogs brought their people from around the country to take part in a Tempe competition to determine a K9 agility champ.
E Valley city takes step toward lively downtown
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 01/05/15 10:30:04 AM
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, along with new restaurants on project called The Row, seen as a major new catalyst in city's desire to draw more people, energy to the downtown