Logan Brooks, 6, and his 9-year-old brother Brian were headed out on Brian’s bicycle to play some Saturday morning football at an elementary school by their house in Coos Bay, Oregon, with the younger sibling riding on the handlebars.
Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch will partner with Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers to inspire East Valley young people with a free night of music and a conversation about suicide prevention on Sept. 20 at Skyline High School in Mesa.
Gilbert resident Harrison Becker is building drones to deliver humanitarian aid to Ukrainians in need.
Retiring Mesa Public Works Director and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Col. Bruce Crandall (ret.) is the 2022 Grand Marshal for the East Valley Veterans Day Parade in downtown Mesa Nov. 11.
Four years ago, Wynn Scott’s mother-in-law passed away and she learned too late that she had once been a model.
Lōkahi Teams, a Scottsdale-based nonprofit, scored in helping the Poston Junior High School boys and girls soccer teams get new jerseys with an assist from Assistant Principal Rachel Hassan and parents group Treasurer Jennifer Greer.
Applications are open for performers ages 12 to 25 to compete in Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Center’s annual music and dance competition.
The Spencer Calzadilla Car Show & Wellness Expo – a free, family-friendly event to help Arizona’s active duty and veteran military and frontline responders grappling with PTSD and honoring the memory of Gilbert veteran Spencer Calzadilla – will be held in Gilbert next weekend.
As summer wanes, East Valley boys – and girls – are preparing for a different kind of Friday Night Lights under the auspices of a Mesa couple who want to keep football fun.
Ben Lesser has devoted his life to making sure the world doesn’t incur amnesia about one of human history’s most horrifying events – the Holocaust.
A Mesa native serves the U.S. Navy aboard one of the world’s largest warships, the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier, USS Carl Vinson.
Mesa resident Dr. Dirk van Leenen has a bargain for anyone who wants to learn the art of floral design.
The Chandler Drum Circle is marking its 10th anniversary this year, but not a lot of people have probably noticed. For a drum circle, they’ve been pretty quiet.
It may be hard to believe to know that Mesa was once a mecca for entertainment, the only Valley city besides Phoenix that offered regular appearances by groups and performers of all kinds.
A Chandler nonprofit that has served kids with free after-school programs has set up shop in Mesa to help local children and teens.
Keep an eye for the “Page Coach” traversing Mesa streets during the months of August and September.