Northeast Valley News

Mormon views on gay rights not what they appear

Francisco Dominguez, Reporter

April 20, 2015

Filed under CULTURES, LIFESTYLES

On Jan. 27, 2015, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced its support for equal protection in certain areas where the gay community is affected. According to mormonnewsroom.org, “Protections in housing,...

Fahrenheit Fashion Show combines style and charity

Isabel Menzel, Reporter

April 17, 2015

Filed under CULTURES, LIFESTYLES, PODCASTS

On Feb. 21, the first photo shoot production for the upcoming Fahrenheit luxury fashion show took place. It will be held on April 18 in Paradise Valley. The show will benefit St. Jude’s hospital and HALO animal rescue and...

Phoenix gears up for 6th Annual ‘Carnival do Brasil’

Isabel Menzel, Reporter

March 12, 2015

Filed under CULTURES, LIFESTYLES, PODCASTS, THINGS TO DO

Brazil is legendary for its annual Carnival festival, and now you can experience the high energy event close to home. On March. 21, ‘Carnival Do Brazil,’ hosted by Afro Baile, will return for its sixth consecutive year. ...

Arabian Horse Show completes 60th year

Christopher Hunter, Reporter

February 23, 2015

Filed under CULTURES, ENTERTAINMENT, LIFESTYLES, NEWS, PODCASTS, THINGS TO DO

The 60th Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show concluded yesterday at West World in Scottsdale. It was a great event for the whole family, and fun for everyone, novice to horse-lover. “This is kind of like ground-zero for...

Sacred scroll still available for view at Phoenix Art Museum

Caity Hemmerle, Feature Editor, SCC Chronicle

February 21, 2015

Filed under CULTURES, FINE ARTS, THINGS TO DO

The Phoenix Art Museum (http://www.phxart.org/) is currently displaying a 37-foot painted cloth scroll from Laos that allows viewers to explore the intriguing story of the Buddha, but only for one more month. The exhibit is...

Scottsdale ArtWalk features array of talented artists each week

Samantha Smith, Reporter

February 21, 2015

Filed under CULTURES, FINE ARTS, THINGS TO DO

The Scottsdale ArtWalk is the longest and oldest ArtWalk in the country. This 30-year tradition takes place every Thursday from 7-9 p.m. It is a free event that features over two blocks of local artists and art galleries located...

Arizona Comic Con has unique attractions

Geoffrey Young, Reporter

February 21, 2015

Filed under CULTURES, ENTERTAINMENT, LIFESTYLES, PODCASTS, THINGS TO DO

Comic celebrities, artists and creators are scheduled to attend the Phoenix Convention Center for the Amazing Arizona Comic Con on Feb. 13-15. The event is being hosted once again at the Phoenix Convention Center, with pric...

Cigars, travel on horizon for Americans if tensions ease with Cuba

Jalaluddin Mughal, Photo Editor, SCC Chronicle

February 21, 2015

Filed under CULTURES, OPINION

“Our relations are like a bridge in war-time. I am not going to talk about who blew it up—I think it was you who blew it up. The war has ended and now we are reconstructing the bridge, brick by brick, 90 miles from Key Wes...

Fashion Battles it out on the runway at FAB Weekend Event

Danielle Williams, Reporter

September 18, 2014

Filed under CULTURES, ENTERTAINMENT, LIFESTYLES

Fashion designers, dramatic makeup, full figured bridal attire, plus size fashions, and outrageous hair styles wowed the crowd at the second annual FAB Weekend event. F.A.B is fashion, art and beauty together on one stage for...

Cecilia’s Top 5 College Organization Tips for Success

Cecilia Brush, Staff Blogger

September 13, 2014

Filed under CULTURES, ENTERTAINMENT, LIFESTYLES

New school, new classes, quizzes, reading, and did I mention it’s only the second week of the semester! Whether it’s having one class or six, it’s time to get organized and work on time management so that maybe at one point...

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