Category: Lifestyles

A “2012 New York Times” article written during spring break described a tamer, more self-conscious attitude amongst students who were about to partake in the age-old college tradition of partying out the stresses of the semester. It credited a shift in bad behavior to the ubiquity of camera phones and to the lightning fast ability …

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This weekend, local concertgoers will get to take in the first of many outdoor music festivals taking place this summer in Arizona. The Pot of Gold Music Festival will span four days over St. Patrick’s Day weekend at Tempe Beach Park from Mar. 13-15, except Monday, and starting back up again on March 17. With …

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by Sarah Box Most people have seen the crazy hectic movie, Back to the Future, about the time jumping to some point in the future or past. With the new movie, Project Almanac, released on Jan. 30—viewers get to see exactly that. This science fiction movie, directed by Dean Israelite, has very little major disappointments. …

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by Danny Bush One can’t help but feel personally involved with the peaceful protests led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. while watching “Selma.” Based in Selma, Ala., this reiteration of the protests for unencumbered voting right for black citizens puts the audience in the shoes of protesters and police alike. King, portrayed by David …

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by Dani Horn The City of Glendale will hold its annual chocolate festival next weekend at Murphy Park in Historic Downtown Glendale Jan. 30-31. “Some vendors do make their items on site and it’s neat to watch some of them; however, some vendors make their confections off-site and prepackage them,” said Glendale Public Information Officer, …

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Posted on: February 3, 2015 | Author: Dani Horn
Categories: Lifestyles