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Foodie Watch

ASU grad opening new Tempe brewery

This autumn, the Tempe community surrounding Arizona State University and craft beer lovers all around the valley will have new stomping grounds — Hundred Mile Brewing Company. 
Things To Do

Adult Congenital Heart Association walk comes to Tempe

The Adult Congenital Heart Association has announced that it will hold its annual Phoenix Walk for 1 in 100 on Nov. 6 at Tempe Diablo Stadium, located at 2200 W Alameda Drive, in Tempe. 
Sustainability

Tempe officials welcome Inflation Reduction Act

The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act will help Tempe reach its 2050 carbon neutrality goals and further its 2021 Climate Action Plan Update aims, according to a news release from the city. 
Education

Rio Salado College partnership to help upskill workforce

America's workforce now has greater access to Rio Salado College classes, micro-credentials and degree programs through a new partnership with Guild, a Career Opportunity Platform, which enables forward-thinking employers to invest in their employees, unlocking life-changing opportunities for personal and professional growth through education and learning programs, career development and one-on-one coaching.
COMMUNITY

Allstate agents in 6 Valley cities collect gift cards for homeless students

Valley Allstate agents are uniting to collect gift cards in support of a local organization that works to eliminate barriers to graduation for homeless youth. Agents at nine Allstate locations …
Schools & Higher Learning
Education

Museum gives $26K field trip grant to Kyrene schools

Students at Kyrene School District schools will have the chance to visit one of the country’s top cultural institutions for free, thanks to some grant funding. 
Education

Threadz program gives free clothes, supplies to Tempe students

With students going back to school, the Tempe Union High School District’s Threadz program is gearing up again. 
Education

Kyrene teacher a finalist for Arizona Teacher of the Year

Rodney “Scott” Harnisch, a music teacher at Kyrene del Norte Dual Language Academy, has been named a top 10 candidate for the 2023 Arizona Teacher of the Year award.

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Tempe Business Coverage

Spinato's to serve up pies at Suns, Mercury games

When Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury fans return to Footprint Center this October to cheer on their favorite basketball teams, they’ll find another hometown favorite at the concession stands …

Brunch Snob: ‘Comfort food with a twist’

Brunch Snob, which opened in Ahwatukee Jan. 10, is a family-owned restaurant that stands out for its homemade food and hospitality. The love and pride of the owners Keith and Celene Hillsbery is …

Tempe-based BioCare appoints 2 executives

BioCare, a pharmaceutical distribution partner that provides distribution, specialty pharmacy and logistics services, today announced the expansion of its leadership team with the addition of Tom Hart as chief operating officer and Shane Arledge as vice president of financial planning and analysis
Entertainment & Things to Do

SRP to share forgotten fine art collection

While not generally known as a collector of fine art, Salt River Project (SRP) actually boasts an impressive collection with dozens of important pieces. Over the past several decades, SRP, the …
Tempe's James McGuire, far left, rehearses for his role as Gad in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" coming to Mesa this week.

Tempe brothers step into the limelight in 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'

When Limelight Performing Arts presents “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” Aug. 4-14 at the Mesa Arts Center, James and Andrew McGuire will be a key part of the cast.
The Arizona Coyotes selected Logan Cooley, Conor Geekie and Maveric Lamoureux with three first-round picks in the 2022 NHL draft.

Arizona Coyotes enter rebuild mode with 3 first-round picks

The Arizona Coyotes had a busy night in the first round of the 2022 NHL Draft with three picks – tied for most in the league with the Chicago Blackhawks.
Four Peaks Oktoberfest is returning to Tempe Beach Park this October.

Four Peaks Oktoberfest will return to Tempe

Four Peaks Oktoberfest is making its return to Tempe Town Lake this fall. 
Downtown Tempe will host Christmas in July on Saturday, July 23 at 6th Street Park.

Downtown Tempe to celebrate Christmas in July

As temperatures hit record highs in the desert, downtown Tempe is ready to help Valley residents cool off with a Christmas in July celebration as part of its popular Park After Dark summer event series.
Opinions with Civility
Bill Herzog

Herzog: Retail business owners can improve security, communication

The security of your customers, employees and property should always be a top priority for East Valley retail store owners. Strong security can prevent shoplifting, create efficient communication and …

Herrington: As COVID surges in Arizona, CDC calls for masks when indoors in public

Community levels from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have moved up and down in many Arizona counties over the past few weeks.

Everything you wanted to know about the World Series … but were afraid to ask

Imagine you’re at an outdoor dinner party (yes, COVID-friendly). It’s October, and the conversation steers towards the World Series. While you are generally culturally literate, you know …

Christensen: Health literacy more important than ever for Arizonans in ongoing COVID-19 crisis

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted millions across the country, and Arizona has not been spared. This virus and its resulting economic fallout have put a harsh spotlight on rising health care …
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