After the glitz and glamour of seeing what the stars are wearing at Hollywood’s biggest night, one settles in to see who won, primarily in the big categories, and what the best performances of the year have to say as their message while holding the golden statue.
Sony and Marvel Studios have come to an agreement that will have Spider-Man web-slinging his way into the Avengers universe in no time, and just like that, millions of comic book nerds across the world rejoiced. Although most details regarding the transition are still unclear, a few key facts have come to light. The most prominent of which is that Andrew Garfield will likely not be reprising his role as the (inexplicably) cool and charismatic Peter Parker that he played under the Sony banner. Instead, Marvel is looking to reboot the franchise for the third time in 13 years, and cast a new actor to put on the tights. Here are a few actors who could do justice to the role.
(BPT) - Optimistic job forecasts for trending specializations in accounting are making the field more appealing than ever for recent graduates. Accounting jobs are projected to grow 13 percent between 2012 and 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with select specializations projected to grow even faster.
Doug Ducey delivered the State of the State in Phoenix today, starting his run as governor by touting the advantages of new faces in office.
The change of the year is always a good time to take stock of the year past, and 2014 was a good year for Pima County.
Over the weekend, like many, my heart sank when I heard the news of two New York officers sitting in their patrol car when a man came up and basically assassinated them. Apparently, the suspect, who is now also dead, did this in the name of officers killing “unarmed” African American men Michael Brown, from Ferguson, Mo., and Eric Garner, who died in New York after a police officer restrained him in a choke hold.
Acclaimed Mexican artist, Cristina Cardenas, is scheduled to show at the YWCA Tucson. The exhibition will hang at the YWCA's Frances McClelland Community Center, 525 N. Bonita, Tucson, Arizona from January 9th 2015 until February 19th 2015 and is available for viewing from 8AM- 5PM. An Opening Reception with the artist will be held January 28, 2015 from 6PM-8PM. It is free and open to the public. A VIP Reception will precede the public reception for YWCA Platinum Giving Society members.
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It has been a slow start to year two of the Mark Felix era at Ironwood Ridge. The Nighthawks’ first six losses all came by 10 points or less.
(Family Features) When looking for the perfect caregiver, many families don't know where to begin. Though the Internet offers a quick solution for finding caregiver information, it can also be a misleading source.
Richard Hurles, 54, was sentenced to death for the 1992 murder of Buckeye librarian Kay Blanton, who was stabbed 37 times and left to die. After years of appeals, Hurles' case has reached the Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand a lower court’s ruling granting a new hearing for Arizona death-row inmate Richard Dean Hurles in the 1992 stabbing death of a Buckeye librarian.
12 Ironwood Ridge and nine Mountain View players were named to the AIA All –Section team for Division II, Section V.
Ask any music connoisseur and they will tell you, compositions are meant to be experienced in the flesh. The modern advancements of iPods, try as they might, simply cannot do justice to the enchantment of a live performance – the way a photograph is not telling of the expansive beauty within a Tucson sunset. This is even more true with the orchestra. There is a carnal syncopation with the soul as wood and brass fuse together to create a symphonic wall of sound. The Tucson Symphony Orchestra is well aware of the magic within a live spectacle, which is why they have decided to take one of cinema’s greatest musical accomplishments and perform it live at the Tucson Music Hall. As part of its “Superpops!” series, the orchestra will be performing Disney’s iconic “Fantasia” live in concert over the holiday weekend.
A new study by the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (ACJC) shows that overall, high school students in Pima County are using fewer drugs than they were in 2012, the last year data was collected.
A sampling of The Explorer’s picks for the best things you should do this week.
Affordable Care Act supporters outside the Supreme Court in 2012. The court upheld the law then, but the justices this month agreed to hear another challenge to the law.
The Supreme Court on Thursday said it would not block a lower court’s ruling that overturned Arizona’s voter-approved ban on bail for immigrant felony suspects who are in this country illegally.
The Arizona Constitution since 2006 has prohibited bail for felony suspects who are in this country illegally. A federal court last month overturned the law, but Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy delayed it temporarily at the request of Maricopa County officials.