Arts

‘Beauty and the Computer Geek’ ushers ‘Sleeping Beauty’ to present day
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‘Beauty and the Computer Geek’ ushers ‘Sleeping Beauty’ to present day

February 11th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By GSN Contributor East Valley Children’s Theatre presents the “Beauty and the Computer Geek” February 15-25 at Mesa Arts Center. The original work is by Susan C. Hunter and Tom Shelton, winners of EVCT’s 2017 Aspiring...
Kate Breakey’s ‘Flora’ at Art Intersection
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Kate Breakey’s ‘Flora’ at Art Intersection

February 10th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By GSN Contributor Art Intersection presents the work of Arizona artist Kate Breakey through February 24 in an exhibition highlighting her large-scale, hand-colored flora prints from her “Small Deaths” series and several of...
East Valley booming for business
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East Valley booming for business

February 9th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Chris Call And the winner is….Gilbert, Arizona. This attractive East Valley community has earned dozens of accolades, from being a top city for under-35 home ownership to one of the best cities for raising a family and even...
What’s on tap? New brewery owners
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What’s on tap? New brewery owners

February 8th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By GSN Staff Since Arizona Wilderness Brewing Company opened its doors in 2013 and gained worldwide renown, home-grown breweries have been hopping over to Gilbert to open up shop, according to town staffers. In 2016, Gilbert...
Goat yoga moms butt heads in ‘The Amazing Race’
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Goat yoga moms butt heads in ‘The Amazing Race’

February 7th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Melody Birkett April Gould of Gilbert, known as the “Goat Whisperer,” and her best friend, Sarah Williams of Mesa, known as the “Goat Yogi,” participated in the 30th season of The Amazing Race on CBS TV. The reality...
The flipside of cheerleading: catastrophic injuries
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The flipside of cheerleading: catastrophic injuries

February 6th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Brittany Bowyer, Cronkite News After Lisa Caiazzo’s daughter, Alexa, suffered a third concussion, the Gilbert resident was terrified. “She was talking funny. She didn’t make sense. She just wanted to sleep,” she said...
Gilbert-born Creative Home Engineering builds secret doors
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Gilbert-born Creative Home Engineering builds secret doors

February 5th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
Story and photos by Srianthi Perera A thriving Gilbert business credits its inspiration to Hollywood’s spy movies. Creative Home Engineering founder Steve Humble creates customized secret doors disguised as bookcases, armoires,...
Good Night Pediatrics offers overnight urgent care for kids
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Good Night Pediatrics offers overnight urgent care for kids

February 4th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Alison Stanton As most parents know quite well, it can be very worrisome when children are ill with a cold, flu, earache or other health issue. It is even more difficult when a child is having symptoms like a high fever,...
New elementary in Queen Creek named
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New elementary in Queen Creek named

February 3rd, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
Contributed by Stephanie Ingersoll Elementary school number six in the Queen Creek Unified School District has been named Faith Mather Sossaman Elementary. The school, located near 226th Street and Ocotillo Road in the William...
The Lewises look forward to a Cambodian mission
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The Lewises look forward to a Cambodian mission

February 2nd, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Srianthi Perera John and LaCinda Lewis knew since November that they were probably going on a three-year mission to serve the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a mission president and companion. They alluded to...