Northeast Valley News

Josh Kennedy (lead, left) Jordan Hoffman (bass) Chico Diaz (drums, right)

Tough road to success for lead singer of Tempe based rock band

Nina Merrill, Reporter
October 24, 2018
People running through the starting arch during the Tempe run.

Tempe host second annual run to promote healthy lifestyle

Sandile Lukhozi, Reporter/SCC
October 17, 2017
Phoenix Rising's Alessandro Riggi (in red) battles for the ball with Christian Duke of Swope Park Rangers (in blue) during Rising's 4-3 win at Phoenix Rising Soccer Complex on April 23.

Phoenix Rising, Thirsty Lion announce official partnership

Jeremy Beren, Freelance Reporter, Northeast Valley News
April 26, 2017

Amy Goodman, Standing Rock Sioux member discuss ongoing pipeline protests

Jeremy Beren, Managing Editor, Scottsdale Chronicle
November 3, 2016
Chvrches frontwoman Lauren Mayberry performs

Chvrches returns to the scene of the crime

Jeremy Beren, Managing Editor, Scottsdale Chronicle
October 7, 2016
Four Peaks Oktoberfest has been held annually in Tempe since 1973.

Deutschland is headed to Tempe

Garrett Glynn, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle
October 3, 2016
Sampler and backing vocalist Martin Doherty sings

Chvrches end Marquee Theatre show early

Jeremy Beren, Editor-in-Chief, Scottsdale Chronicle
April 25, 2016
Jamie xx prepares to put a vinyl record on a turntable during his concert at Tempe's Marquee Theatre on Wednesday night.

Jamie xx delights raucous Marquee Theatre crowd

Jeremy Beren, Editor-in-Chief
July 30, 2015
Gov't Mule guitarist and vocalist Warren Haynes performs during the first set of his group's concert at Tempe's Marquee Theatre on Sunday night.

Warren Haynes, Gov’t Mule play Tempe’s Marquee Theatre

Jeremy Beren, Editor-in-Chief
July 13, 2015
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