StartLine Racing, whose mission is to give every runner the best possible Race Day experience each and every time they lace up their shoes, has entered into a mutual partnership with the BADASS DashTM Obstacle Course Race Series for 2014. This partnership will add a completely new genre to an already large schedule of events StartLine Racing is managing results for while enabling BADASS DashTM to take their amazing events, which benefit Autism Speaks through their Team-Up Program, to the next level with state-of-the-art results management. » Read More
Sol Diablo Cantina KItchen is like a little piece of Cabo conveniently located on the ASU Campus. It has become Tempe's beachside retreat featuring a mouth-watering menu of coastal Mexican street tacos, burritos and refreshing cocktails served in a huge Baja-inspired cantina and on huge outdoor patios. » Read More
Babbo Italian Eatery in Tempe has a menu inspired by family and travel which features a mix of contemporary and classic Italian dishes. You'll find a full line of contemporary Italian entrees, pastas, pizzas, sandwiches and desserts. » Read More
In a sea of sandwich shops, Capriotti's Signature Sandwiches really stand out as exceptional. Capriotti's employs the same methods that made them famous for over 30 years with a full menu of sandwiches - each made-to-order with fresh roasted pulled turkey, same-day prepared meats, vegetables, and breads sourced by local providers to ensure the freshest product. » Read More
CitiesPlanet.com today announced a major development and marketing deal with eMall.CA, owner of over 7,000 .CA domain names. The deal specifically includes 42 geo-related sites, and expands CitiesPlanet’s portfolio to now feature the Canadian .CA extension, and will include country domains in addition to City.CA domains.The partnership will bring CitiesPlanet managed brands to over 100 Online Properties » Read More
Hop on your bike and ride to Tempe's own modern, American beer garden: The Handlebar Tempe! With happy hour every day, a late-night menu and a delicious selection of foods, beers and wines, this rustic, bike-themed bar is the best place to be from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. every day of the week. » 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
At Venezia's Pizzeria great pizza and wings are a family tradition! There is no better place to get pizza in Tempe. With delicious pizza, wings, calzones, sandwiches, pastas and salads, you will be able to enjoy New York style and Italian flavor in every bite! » Read More
This week's LunchClub Featured Restaurant is El Hefe “Super Macho Taqueria” in Old Town Scottsdale. When you visit El Hefe, prepare your taste buds for a culinary treat! El Hefe is dishing up incredible, traditional Mexican street food in a super cool Retro-Hip atmosphere. You have GOT to check it out! » Read More
Mill Avenue has a new hot spot! Since it's opening, everyone has been buzzing about the Gringo-Star Street Bar in Tempe. Featuring gourmet street food and vintage arcade games in a cool, street art influenced setting. For food or fun, there is nothing on Mill Avenue that compares with Gringo-Star ! » 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.
Man killed in U.S. 60 shootout accused of Buckeye murder
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/10/14 04:15:17 PM
The suspect in Sunday's murder at a Buckeye auto-repair store is the same person police killed early Monday morning in a shootout on U.S. 60, according to police investigators.
Andrew Rael, 25, was recently released from the Colorado Department of Corrections following a 5-year sentence on unknown charges, according to police investigators and corrections department records.
Man arrested on suspicion of taking upskirt pictures at Tempe Target
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/10/14 08:30:31 AM
Police arrested a man on Friday who they say was caught taking pictures up a woman's skirt while she was shopping at a Tempe Target.
A Tempe Police Department spokesman said Patrick Kennamer, 26, was seen using his cell phone to take the pictures while Friday afternoon following the woman around the store at Tempe Marketplace.
Tempe fatal shooting closes stretch of U.S. 60
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/10/14 06:45:19 AM
Part of eastbound U.S. 60 is closed in Tempe Monday morning as authorities investigate the fatal shooting of a man sought by police.
The closure of eastbound U.S. 60 is between Interstate 10 and Mill Avenue.
ASU students' ideas aid in water purity
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/07/14 05:45:17 PM
Two fledgling companies started by Arizona State University students from the Southeast Valley are intended to improve access to safe drinking water in developing countries.
One of the companies, SafeSIPP, which was recently among 19 teams invited to the Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition in Washington state, has plans to start a pilot program this spring in South Africa.
Chandler, Tempe neighborhood signs catching on
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/07/14 04:45:23 PM
For Tempe resident Sid Frede, it was a way to elevate the work his tight-knit, long-active neighbors had been doing for decades.
For Chandler resident Dee Allomong, it was simply a way to get disconnected neighbors talking.
Tempe officer accidentally fires Taser at school, probe stikes student
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/07/14 02:30:18 PM
A Tempe Police school-resource officer accidentally fired a Taser while demonstrating the weapon to an eighth-grade class on Thursday and struck a student with a probe, a Tempe police spokeswoman said.
One female student at Gilliland Middle School, near Beck Avenue and University Drive, was hit with a probe when the stun gun went off, said Molly Enright, a Tempe police spokeswoman.
Kyrene teacher accused of soliciting sexual acts to minor
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/07/14 11:00:27 AM
A Kyrene Centennial Middle School teacher was put on administrative leave and arrested after investigators said they discovered hundreds of text messages where the instructor was offering and soliciting sexual acts with a former student, according to a Phoenix police spokesman.
Police arrested 61-year-old James Giannopoulos and booked him in Maricopa County Jail on Thursday on suspicion of luring a minor for sexual exploitation, according to Sgt. Tommy Thompson, a Phoenix police spokesman.
Tempe's Marcos de Niza names new principal
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/06/14 05:15:21 PM
Sean McDonald has been selected principal at Tempe Marcos de Niza High School, replacing Frank Mirizio, who was promoted to Tempe Union High School District Executive Director of Student Affairs and District Safety.
McDonald has been principal at TUHSD's Compadre Academy since 2007 and will remain at Compadre for the rest of this school year.
Tempe's Marcos de Niza High losing principal to district office
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/05/14 04:30:24 PM
Tempe Marcos de Niza High Principal Frank Mirizio, who has been at the school for 17 years, 14 as principal, is leaving to become Tempe Union High School District executive director for student affairs and district safety.
The appointment, announced Wednesday, March 5, is pending approval by the TUHSD Board of Governors.
Marcos de Niza performing-arts students bound for NYC
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/05/14 11:15:29 AM
About 140 Tempe Marcos de Niza High performing-arts students embark Tuesday, March 11, on a weeklong trip to New York City, where they will be performing at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, Cathedral of Saint John the Divine and St. Malachy's, the Actors' Chapel.
Although the choir, band and orchestra have traveled regionally to perform in competitions, some members never have been outside of Arizona, or on an airplane or to New York City. Luggage will definitely include check-in baggage, because the males wear tuxedos and females perform in long black dresses.
New Tempe pet shelter benefits from food drive
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/04/14 10:15:22 AM
Tempe police found a new partner when a no-kill animal shelter moved to the city from Phoenix in December, and the shelter has a new friend in Tempe Police Chief Tom Ryff.
Ryff, an animal lover, met Jodi Polanski, executive director of the Lost Our Home Pet Foundation, during a Tempe City Council meeting last November to introduce the council to her organization.
Tempe anti-discrimination ordinance reflects growing public acceptance
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/04/14 08:15:56 AM
Neil Giuliano stretched out his arms, palms up toward the cloudless Arizona sky, asking, "Why?"
The former Tempe mayor, dressed like a politician in a button-down, collared blue shirt, stood alongside young gay-rights activists at the state Capitol protesting Senate Bill 1062, the right-to-refuse-service bill.
Guadalupe seeks better relationship with MCSO
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 03/03/14 06:45:16 AM
Guadalupe has a complicated history with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, the agency that the town pays to police its streets.
The agency's approach to immigration enforcement and other issues has at times frustrated leaders of the mostly Native American and Latino community.
Tempe non-profit in Fast Pitch funding competition
Source: AZCentral.com / Received: 02/28/14 11:45:16 AM
Tempe resident Chris Cottrell believes he can get his non-profit to the next level in 180 seconds.
Cottrell, 25, is hoping to take part in the third annual SVP Arizona Fast Pitch, in which eight non-profits get 3 minutes each to make a pitch for more than $35,000 in grants and prizes from Social Venture Partners Arizona. The competition is 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, March 26, at Tempe Center for the Arts.