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Win Free Tickets to Exit 185 Improv Comedy Show

Looking for something to do this Friday night?

How about an IMPROV Comedy show?

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Why Is Kristen Stewart Nearly Absent From Snow White Promos?

Why Is Kristen Stewart Nearly Absent From Snow White Promos? Rumor has it studio execs are thinking of changing the name of Snow White and the Huntsman to The Charlize Theron Show. We're totally kidding, but they might as well. 'Cause two trailers have now surfaced on the net for the upcoming fairytale flick and we've still yet to hear Snow White herself, Kristen Stewart, utter a single word.

So what's the deal?!...

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Why Do We Need Two Girls and Dragon Tattoos?

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Why did Hollywood feel the need to make the film version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo right after the Swedish version came out? —Stacy Holmstedt, via Facebook You...

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Why 'Bachelor' Brad didn't show

Emotions ran high on "The Bachelorette" Monday night as host Chris Harrison interviewed Emily Maynard, the single mom from Charlotte, North Carolina, who spoke openly about her recent split from Bachelor Brad Womack.

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Who Wants FREE Lunch for Two?

You could win lunch for two at the  5th Annual FITT for Life Expo event indoors at the Sun City Anthem Union Center taking place Saturday, November 10th from 11am-4pm!

The FITT for Life Expo is completely free (except for food - which is where comes in!) and is a lifestyle event, targeting all ages and walks of life and encouraging them to discover new innovative ways to improve and maintain your health and quality of life for years to come. This year’s event features a golf simulator, free flu shots, over 40 exhibitors, live entertainment, petting zoo, pony rides, food vendors, free health & fitness checks, healthy cooking demos, bounce houses and much more!

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Who has the Best Christmas Light Display in San Tan Valley?

With Christmas right around the corner, we figured that almost everyone, who celebrates, has their lights up by now, so we want YOU to send us your pics of your fabulously decorated front yard and let's see who WINS the BEST CHRISTMAS LIGHT DISPLAY in San Tan Valley!

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‘Switching To Manual’ Camera Class

Michael Madsen will coach beginner to intermediate  photographers. Photo by Sonja Bowers

Course is Saturday, June 30, at arboretum

Gilbert artist Michael Madsen has traveled to Thailand, Mexico, Morocco, Jamaica and the Bahamas in search of the perfect picture.

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‘Salt River Heroes Litter Zero’ Event Is Huge Success

Weekend’s ‘stashing it and bagging it’ brings total to 670 tons of trash collected over years

Moderate temperatures were enjoyed by thousands of Salt River “heroes” as they “stashed and bagged” their picnic litter while shooting the refreshing Salt River rapids over the Memorial Day weekend.

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‘Salt River Heroes = Litter Zero’ Labor Day floating picnics

Celebrate Labor Day weekend with pride and enjoy a floating picnic on the Lower Salt River in Tonto National Forest in Mesa.

Thousands of fun-seekers will beat the heat and chill and thrill while tubing on the mountain-stream waters of the Lower Salt River.

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‘Last call’ for morning walking tours at Boyce Thompson Arboretum

The tidy tips wildlfower is native to the Western United States. It is one of the plants walkers may see on their tour at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum in Superior.

Guided 11 a.m. walking tours of the main trail at Boyce Thompson Arbore­tum, 37615 E U.S. Highway 60 in Supe­rior, continue daily in April, but end May 1 with the onset of BTA’s summertime schedule. That’s when daily hours move to 6 a.m.-3 p.m. for May, June, July and August. Guided tours are included with daily admission of $9.

Saturday, April 13, brings the popular afternoon “Edible and Medicinal Desert Plants” walk with Apache Junction au­thor Jean Groen, leading a one-hour walk that explaining the ways desert plants fed, healed and clothed Sonoran native people for more than 1,000 years. ‘Season finale’ for this popular walk will be April 28 at 1:30 p.m. when Ethno-botanist, Choctaw Nation member and raconteur Dave Mor­ris returns as guide April 28 – and Dave re­turns June 23 when this tour moves to its 8 a.m. start time.

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‘Day Of The Cowboy’ Celebration Set For Oct. 13-14

The sixth annual Gold Canyon Day of the Cowboy Celebration will be held Saturday, Oct. 13, and Sunday, Oct. 14, in Gold Canyon.

Cowboys and cowgirls of all ages are encouraged to join in the festivities honoring the contributions the American cowboy has made to this region’s rich Western culture.

Attendees are encouraged to don their most comfortable western wear and come out to join in the revelry. The weekend will include a golf tournament, family fun and fireworks. Most of the activities are free.

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Zorro rides into the San Tan Valley Aug. 2 with CAC’s Family Flicks Summer Matinee Series

Central Arizona College invites community members to beat the proverbial heat as the CAC Family Flicks Series meanders throughout the summer by offering a slew of Thursday Classic Movie Matinees across Pinal County.

The series continues Aug. 2 at the college’s San Tan Center with a feature presentation of The Mark of Zorro.

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Yum Diary: Johnny Depp Looks Hot on Film

Johnny Depp, The Rum Diary Johnny Depp, you may have heard, is kind of a handsome guy. And though he sometimes tries to hide his movie star good looks in order to disappear inside a role, the fact is it's hard...

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Your Guide to Spring Training

The crack of the bat, cheers from the crowd and the tune of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" are all sounds of springtime in Arizona. Whether you are a die-hard fan or you just enjoy a day in the sun, Tempe, Arizona, is the perfect home base for a spring getaway filled with Cactus League baseball games, outdoor recreation, patio dining, family fun and lively festivals.

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You're Invited to a Party in The Park


Central Christian Church is once again hosting a "Party in the Park" on April 7th, but this time they have something extra special in store ... It's the Easter Edition!

Featuring face painting, crafts, cookie decorating, age appropriate Easter egg hunt (starts at 10am), free hot dogs, water, and lemonade or sweet tea from Chik-fil-A.  Be sure to mark your calendars now and stop by to enjoy a great "Party in the Park"!

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You are Invited!

The Community of San Tan Valley is officially invited to the 3rd annual San Tan Valley Relay For Life this Friday, April 4th from 6 to 11 p.m. at Combs High School. The Relay raises money for the American Cancer Society and ensures that these funds are used locally to help with anyone diagnosed with cancer.

Please come walk the track for your own personal cause and check out all the Relay has to offer.

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Animal Care and Control to Recognize "Remember Me Thursday"

Pinal County's Animal Care and Control will spend September 24th as "Remember Me Thursday."

"We are taking time to remember those animals who did not make it out of shelters alive," stated Animal Care and Control Director Audra Michael.

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Event to Remember Arizona's Fallen Heroes

Family, Friends & Neighbors:

"It is the soldier, not the reporter who has given us the freedom of the press.  It is the soldier, not the poet, who has given us the freedom of speech.  It is the soldier, not the campus organizer, who gives us the freedom to demonstrate.  It is the soldier who salutes the flag, who serves beneath the flag, and whose coffin is draped by the flag, who allows the protester to burn the flag."

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Combs Traditional Academy 9/11 Flag Raising Ceremony

While the students at Combs Traditional Academy in San Tan Valley may not have been born when the tragic events of September 11, 2001 occurred, they recognize and honor the emergency responders and service men and women who lost their lives on that day every year. 

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Sedona Winefest 2015 to be on Sept 26 - 27

The Seventh Annual Sedona Winefest will be held on Saturday and Sunday, September 26 and 27, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Sedona “Historic” Posse Grounds Park in West Sedona. This year the event will be held in an all-weather “circus-sized” tent for all attendees to enjoy a community-like setting.

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