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Hamilton Students’ Play Offers Chuckles, Fun Scares
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Hamilton Students’ Play Offers Chuckles, Fun Scares

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor People who want to get spooked and laugh the next moment can find humor and horror in a comedic mystery that students at Hamilton High School are performing next month. The Hamilton High School...
‘12 Angry Jurors’ To Be Presented In Sun Lakes
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‘12 Angry Jurors’ To Be Presented In Sun Lakes

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF The fall production of Sun Lakes Community Theatre is the classic drama, “Twelve Angry Jurors,” which will be staged in the San Tan Ballroom Nov. 7-11. All shows Nov. 7-10 will be at 7 p.m., and on Nov....
Eagles Ex-Guitarist Doesn’t Take It Easy At Concerts
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Eagles Ex-Guitarist Doesn’t Take It Easy At Concerts

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Staff Writer To former Eagles guitarist Don Felder, playing music isn’t work. “I don’t have to do this,” said Felder, who’s on a successful solo tour that comes to the Chandler Center for...
Diverse Line-Up Of Shows, Art On Display This Fall
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Diverse Line-Up Of Shows, Art On Display This Fall

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Anyone looking for entertainment in Chandler this fall can find well-known musicians and other artists hitting the stage and popular shows returning. Besides an extensive line-up of music, dance,...
Children’s Choir Starts School Program On High Note
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Children’s Choir Starts School Program On High Note

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Children at Hartford Elementary School have a new artistic outlet, thanks to a local youth choir. The Chandler Children’s Choir is teaming up with local schools to offer after-school choir...
Chandler Public Library Gets Books In Marathi Language
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Chandler Public Library Gets Books In Marathi Language

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By Srianthi Perera Guest Writer An estimated 83 million people speak the Indian language of Marathi, which is based in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, of which Mumbai is the capital. About 300 Marathi-speaking families...
Anthrax Drummer Fueled By Excitement Of The Unknown
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Anthrax Drummer Fueled By Excitement Of The Unknown

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Staff Writer The formula for Anthrax’s live shows is simple, according to drummer Charlie Benante: Rock and feed off the audience. “We’re five guys who pretty much put it all out there,” he...
‘Stoked’ And Ready: Violinist Lucia Micarelli Brings Her “Homegrown Show” To Chandler
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‘Stoked’ And Ready: Violinist Lucia Micarelli Brings Her “Homegrown Show” To Chandler

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Sherry Jackson Guest Writer Violinist Lucia Micarelli is bringing her “little homegrown show” as part of her first solo tour coming to Chandler Center for the Arts on Oct. 20. “It’s not a big production. It’s acoustic...
Johnjay Van Es devoted to dogs, foster children
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Johnjay Van Es devoted to dogs, foster children

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski, Staff Johnjay Van Es paces nervously inside Grimaldi’s. He and his 104.7 KISS FM morning show partner, Rich Berra, have interviewed some of the world’s top celebrities. But this time, Van Es is...
Renowned Musicians To Shine At Mariachi Festival
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Renowned Musicians To Shine At Mariachi Festival

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By Colleen Sparks, Managing Editor The trademark sounds of trumpets, violins and guitars delivering dramatic melodies while dancers twirl in colorful skirts as they celebrate Mexican culture will return in a popular festival in...