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If you’re anything like me, you have an intimate, lifelong love affair with food and a tendency to eat away your problems. As finals week begins its invasion into my life, I find myself turning to the sweet solace of overconsumption to numb the pain of logging into Blackboard to check my grades.
(Counterclockwise from top) banana chocolate chip pancakes, California scrambler, wildberry bliss pancakes and New Mexico skillet at Butters Pancakes & Cafe on 8390 E. Via de Ventura in Scottsdale. (Photo courtesy of Celina Jimenez)
Turon and ice cream at Wholly Grill in Mekong Plaza in Mesa. (Photo courtesy of Celina Jimenez)
Members of the Tempe City Council met with students to discuss city planning items, including
developments to local transportation that may directly
impact students Monday.
Roosevelt Row favorite Songbird Coffee and Tea House has already seen immense success in its charming new home on 3rd Street.
Fusion in any form is an art that many struggle to perfect, and the fusion of food seems to see the most failure.
A gleaming new thread is being woven into the fabric of international education as ASU's Center for Advanced Studies in Global Education is giving African teachers a chance to learn skills that will enhance education in their home countries.
An array of individuals gathered at the Nelson Fine Arts Center on ASU's Tempe campus to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day Wednesday evening, otherwise known as Yom Ha'Shoah, with a reading of Erwin Sylvanus' play "Dr. Korczak and the Children."
"You Complete Me" by Kristin Bauer is currently on display at the Frontal Lobe Community Space and Gallery until April 27. (Celina Jimenez/ The State Press)
Tempe is an incubator for new entrepreneurial ideas, but it is not yet fully equipped to retain its talent, various business professionals have said.
Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra (PAO) performs at One Love PHX on Sunday, April 12, 2015 at the IceHouse in downtown Phoenix. (Celina Jimenez/ The State Press)
Original artwork by Antoinette Cauley on display inside the IceHouse during One Love PHX on Sunday, April 12, 2015. (Celina Jimenez/ The State Press)
Artist and One Love co-coordinator Monique Rollins works on an original unfinished painting on Sunday, April 12, 2015 at the IceHouse. (Celina Jimenez/ The State Press)
Malcolm Brinkley (under the stage name PshLove) DJs at One Love PHX at the IceHouse on Sunday, April 12, 2015. (Celina Jimenez/ The State Press)
According to popular
artistry, love is a religion and a battle. Love is a drug, but love is endless.
“Fear is the heart of love,” but “love is all you need.” People wait for love,
strive for love and sacrifice for love … but what is love?
girls sit around the table of a Phoenix home and craft a carefully-worded
letter to Disney, their dark, curly hair and varying shades of brown skin glowing. They are all around the ages of 12
to 14, and the year is 2007.
Visual art can create some of the most compelling conversations surrounding perceptions of identity and self-awareness, and the latest exhibition at Frontal Lobe Gallery confirms just that.
For anyone with the mindset of a young teen searching for hip, understanding lyrical content, Matt and Kim's "New Glow" could be one of the most meaningful albums of the year. For anyone else, it may not be much to write home about.
On April 6, the Crescent Ballroom hosted three DJs, Cashmere Cat, Y2K and Broadway Slim. They lived up to all the Internet hype 2015 has to offer.
"I took a little more of what I take for granted," a young Benjamin Gibbard hummed on the first track of Death Cab For Cutie's demo "You Can Play These Songs With Chords." "And filled my plate with fear that gears would turn / And wheels would roll away."