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Customers can mix at Mingle + Graze
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Customers can mix at Mingle + Graze

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By COLLEEN SPARKS Managing Editor Anyone who wants to nosh on savory charcuterie, paired with diverse, rich, international cheeses, olives, fruit and nuts while mingling with friends and family members can check out an unusual...
Soak up the sights, spirits and suds at this fest
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Soak up the sights, spirits and suds at this fest

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By COLLEEN SPARKS Managing Editor People can quench their thirst for diverse cocktails, vodka, rum, wine and other alcoholic beverages at a popular festival in downtown Chandler next weekend. The Arizona Craft Spirits &...
Audience has role in Children’s Choir concert
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Audience has role in Children’s Choir concert

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By COLLEEN SPARKS Managing Editor The audience will get in the driver’s seat at an unusual concert where children will sing different genres. The Chandler Children’s Choir will perform the “Choose Your Own Concert...
Payne Junior High students perform ‘Shrek JR’
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Payne Junior High students perform ‘Shrek JR’

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By COLLEEN SPARKS Managing Editor Students at Payne Junior High School are bringing their imagination and humor to the stage in the beloved tale of an ogre and his fairytale misfit friends in “Shrek The Musical JR.” The cast...
Kids, teens need a sturdy fence of prevention
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Kids, teens need a sturdy fence of prevention

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By Katie McPherson Guest Writer A new study out of the United States Centers for Disease Control looked at data from the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey and found there were 1.12 million emergency room visits for...
Can you be sure that leafy substance won’t kale you?
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Can you be sure that leafy substance won’t kale you?

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By David Leibowitz Columnist Back in college, I waited tables at a chain restaurant called Bennigan’s, which prided itself on the “eye appeal” of its food. The secret? We put some half-wilted kale on virtually every plate...
Former Chandler athletes showcase talent at ASU Pro Day
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Former Chandler athletes showcase talent at ASU Pro Day

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BY Zach Alvira Sports Editor It’s the moment former Chandler High School standout N’Keal Harry says he has been waiting for his whole life. The 6-foot-2, 225-pound receiver was dominant at the college ranks for Arizona State...
Chandler sets new standard with beach volleyball courts
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Chandler sets new standard with beach volleyball courts

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BY Brittany Bowyer Contributor Casteel High School beach volleyball coach Beth Krohmer is excited about the Chandler Unified School District’s vision for the sport, and for good reason. District governing board members approved...
New community offers ‘introduction to luxury’ houses
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New community offers ‘introduction to luxury’ houses

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BY COLLEEN SPARKS Managing Editor A builder known for providing high-end, estate-sized homes for the first time is expanding its reach to make houses with luxury-home features available at prices it believes the average buyer can...
Chandler auto shop focuses on customer service
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Chandler auto shop focuses on customer service

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BY COLLEEN SPARKS Managing Editor An award-winning Chandler auto repair shop that emphasizes customer service is giving back to the community and aiming to help the environment with a special event on Monday, April 22, in...