By Shelley Handley   Glendale Community College hosted its first Athletics Hall of Fame April 2. Families, students, faculty, coaches and administrators attended a fundraising event to honor past and present student athletes and coaches who have accomplished high goals and made meaningful contributions to our community. Approximately 200 attendees participated in this fundraising event …

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Photo by Meagan Barbee: A Taste of Buffalo has been open for six months and has racked up 4.5 stars on Yelp and 4.8 stars on Facebook.

By Meagan Barbee   Those who love authentic New York style charbroiled food now have the option to enjoy it locally in the Valley at the family-owned restaurant, A Taste of Buffalo. The restaurant, located at 17045 N. 59th Ave. Suite 103, features made-to-order burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches and even house-made onion rings, potato chips. …

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By Shelley Handley The Women Rising program, Maricopa Community College’s minority female initiative, is in its second year.  Glendale Community College’s chapter attended the second district-wide formal conference at Chandler-Gilbert Community College March 25. Nine community college chapters attended the conference, resulting in over 230 attendees. The main speaker Mary Rabágo, a popular bilingual journalist …

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“The Witch” opened Feb. 19 in the U.S., promising to chill the bones of the those who claim to be not-so-easily disturbed by “scary” movies. A retelling of New-England folktales and the fascination with witches and evil forces, “The Witch” and its vivid imagery and incredible storytelling sucks the viewer in and takes them on …

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The new crime drama “Triple 9” began screening in the U.S. Feb. 26 and was highly anticipated for action movie buffs considering the star-studded cast. With the likes of Chiwetel Ejiofar, Aaron Paul, Norman Reedus, Casey Affleck, Woody Harrelson and Kate Winslet, “Triple 9” promised top notch acting. Set in Atlanta, Georgie Triple 9 opens …

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