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America generates almost 38 million tons of plastic waste every year, ranking second only to China. That’s a lot of plastic and despite decades of recycling efforts, the bulk of it winds up in landfills and waterways.

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Gabe Kubanda looks at music differently than most musicians. With an acute business sense, the Glendale singer-songwriter has “epic” plans for his career and others around the world. 

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Native American visual and performing arts encompass different styles, points of view and mediums and continue to keep evolving while staying true to traditions. 

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In Peoria, a steady, high-pitched beep reverberates off rugged hillsides as a tanker truck backs up to a sheet of corrugated metal that’s enclosed by a small metal fence. The tanker carries nearly 1,700 gallons of Earth’s most precious resource: water.

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On New Year’s Eve, folks can hang out at home and watch the iconic ball drop in Times Square on television from the comfort of your couch.

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For people who experience high stress and anxiety during the holidays, the Valley is home to many medical marijuana dispensaries and CBD shops for those seeking alternative products to take the edge off tension.

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The holiday shopping season can be a fun time to pick out the perfect gifts for family and friends. This is also the time when checking off your holiday list can really hit the pocketbook. If not monitored, holiday spending can create financial stress. With proper budgeting and financial pla…

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Phoenix’s chapter of Belles and Chimes, an all-women’s pinball group meeting for recreational tournaments and fundraisers for charities, is a group of pinball aficionados of all ages and backgrounds. 

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Luckily, plantar fasciitis is much easier to explain than it is to pronounce.

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The twinkling lights, holiday cheers, dazzling displays and the booming music coupled with large crowds aren’t things most would even bat an eye at this time of year—unless, of course, you or a family member happen to be on the autism spectrum. In which case, things can easily and often do g…

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New Chums’ future is bright. But it isn’t just in reference to its career. The Gilbert-based band brightened its sound for its new EP “Future Towns.”

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Known for becoming an employment powerhouse, the West Valley has another key asset. Arts and culture. Both of which are deeply embedded and supported by diverse and dedicated organizations and institutions. 

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Ron Curtis, a 71-year-old Glendale resident and veteran, is back to work after having cancer removed from both his lungs in a robotic operation at Norton Thoracic Institute, part of Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Central Phoenix.

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The Holiday season is upon us! It’s the most magical time of the year, but do you ever feel as though it’s difficult to get in the cheerful spirit with all of the tasks on our to-do lists? If you’re feeling mentally and physically exhausted, you’re not alone. Here is a list to help you manag…

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There is no “Hollywood-ization” in Vice Studios’ upcoming film “The Report,” which is set to receive a limited theatrical release and hit Amazon Prime Video later this month.

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WalletHub, an online finance and money magazine, ranked Glendale at No. 39 in the United States in an article titled “2019’s Best & Worst Places for Veterans to Live.” Glendale was ranked ahead of cities like Seattle and Nashville.

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Next to losing our ability to remain independent and keep active, memory loss and a declining ability to concentrate are two of our most common fears associated with getting older. According to Neuroscientists, between the ages of 30 and 90, some of our brain cells begin to decrease in size.…

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Glendale Community College boasts on its website “GCC is ranked eighth among vet-friendly two-year colleges.”

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We encounter many people who have traveled to another state, whether it may be by car or by plane, and return home with major back issues. Patients often ask, “I want to see my family. What can I do to make traveling less painful for me so that I can go see them?”

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Latest Maricopa County Elections vote count shows the PUSD bond override is still failing, but by only 432 votes:

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“Luna & Solis,” a new show from Glendale’s Brelby Theatre Company, opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1.

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Yamaha Corporation of America has hired Glendale native Dale Ramirez as the marketing specialist for its Winds & Strings department in Los Angeles.

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Staying active as you get older is critical to staying healthy, active and independent.

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On a barren patch of Valley desert sit the remnants of one of the world’s most advanced nuclear submarines.

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One of Terry Lynch’s  last wishes was to have a “Friendship Bench” placed at John F. Long Elementary School in Glendale.

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Thanks to a missed extra point last Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals survived a comeback by the Atlanta Falcons to achieve victory. At State Farm Stadium, 150 women could relate.

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Movie fans around Glendale will definitely want to pop over the border for the second Peoria Film Fest. It cranks up the West Valley Oct. 10-13.

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“Night. A lady’s bedchamber in Bulgaria, in a small town near the Dragoman Pass. It is late in November in the year 1885, and through an open window with a little balcony on the left can be seen a peak of the Balkans, wonderfully white and beautiful in the starlit snow.”

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One of the fastest-growing fields in health is endocrinology, doctors who specialize in glands and the hormones they make. 

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