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Gallery: 'ANNIE' Premiere in New York City, In Theaters Nationwide Dec. 19th

The film “ANNIE,” brought to you by Columbia Pictures celebrated its U.S. premiere at the Ziegfield Theater in New York over the weekend. The star studded cast was joined by huge guests including Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Will Smith, cast members of Orange

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Arizona Super Bowl Host Committe 4.9K Fun Run

Join the fun and celebrate 49 days until Arizona’s Super Bowl 49! The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee is hosting a 4.9k fun run and a Kid’s 49-yard dash complete with food, drinks, music and activities for the entire family

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More than 7,000 to graduate during fall commencement Dec. 15

More than 7,000 students are set to have their degrees conferred at the Arizona State University commencement ceremonies, Dec. 15. The undergraduate ceremony is scheduled to take place at 9 a.m., in Wells Fargo Arena, on the Tempe campus. The

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Attain Your Dream Job: Job Interview Tips from the Maricopa Community College District Office (MCCD)

By: Jessica Danielle Ramirez  You did it! You’ve earned your diploma and you’re ready for the real world. You’ve made your mistakes in college, listened to the wisdom from your mentors, and your professors have polished you bright. Now, it’s time

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Saturday Latin Ladies Night at Sky Lounge

Sky Lounge in downtown Phoenix invites you to their original Latin ladies night! This Saturday night, ladies are FREE before 11.  $2 Domestic Beers$2 Fireball Shots$3 AMF’s$100 Bottles of Ciroc…til 11 p.m. For more information, or any VIP or RVSP

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Defense spending in state fell $1.7 billion in 2013; industry looks to future

By CAMARON STEVENSON Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Defense contracts awarded in Arizona fell by $1.7 billion between 2012 and 2013, buffeted by the federal budget sequestration, a drawdown of U.S. military commitments and a sluggish economic recovery. While the drop was severe

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Winter Fashion 2014: Dressing for the Holidays

By: Stephanie Gonzalez The holidays are in full swing now that Thanksgiving is set and done ladies. And the amount of parties, festive gatherings are mounting by the minute. Once those invites start rolling in, one of the first things

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D-backs Named Among Best Places To Work In Phoenix For Eighth Straight Year

D-backs Named Among Best Places To Work In Phoenix For Eighth Straight Year

PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks were named among Valley companies as one of the “Best Places to Work,” when the Phoenix Business Journal announced its list of 2014 recipients at an awards luncheon today at the Scottsdale Double Tree Resort. The D-backs

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CitySkate Ice Rink now open in Downtown Phoenix

Fans of ice skating rejoice! Skate on over and see the new and improved rink at CityScape in Downtown Phoenix. The ice skating rink is now open through February 2nd.  You can buy tickets online or in person. Admission:Your ticket to

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New study finds companies' campaign donations linked to lower tax rates‬

Many politicians will tell you that donating to their campaigns does not affect the way they vote or design laws. However, a new study from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University suggests regular ongoing contributions help provide

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