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- Litchfield Park renames city center
- Goodyear OKs further development for Ballpark Village
- Suspect arrested in connection with crash
- Litchfield Park approves tentative 2022 budget
- Copper Canyon High School names new principal
- ADOT set to start I-10 widening project in the Buckeye area
- Business Briefcase
- Avondale OKs funding for new aquatic center
- Proposed State Route 30 freeway in planning stages
- Phoenix Children’s breaks ground on Southwest Campus
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With all due respect to the fine journalists who toil for U.S. News and World Report, their magazine’s annual list of “Best Places to Live” once again ranks as one of the most hilarious acts of journalism committed to print this year.
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Before the invention of motion pictures, television or the internet, there was theater.
It has been 53 seasons, and never have the Phoenix Suns won an NBA championship. Maybe that sounds not so awful if you’re a Cardinals football fan and your last title dates to 1947, when the team played in Chicago.
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“Love means you never have to say you’re sorry,” or so Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal told us in the 1970 motion picture “Love Story.” But over a half-century later, the love of money has Hollywood falling all over itself to apologize to communist China.