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Mesa home on Airbnb’s ‘most wish-listed’ sites
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Mesa home on Airbnb’s ‘most wish-listed’ sites

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By Nicole D’Alonzo Tribune Contributor A private East Mesa mountain casita with stunning desert views, beautiful pool in a private yard and a short distance from Tonto National Forest is on Airbnb’s list of “Most Wish...
Olive Mill squeezing the most from agritourism
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Olive Mill squeezing the most from agritourism

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The Queen Creek Olive Mill draws customers from East Mesa and throughout the Valley with its award-winning olive oil and a restaurant serving novel dishes. (Glenn Swain/Tribune Contributor) By Glenn Swain, Tribune Contributor...
This company gets kids on the hi-tech road early
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This company gets kids on the hi-tech road early

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Ken Chan, who co-owns Future Kiddie in Chandler with his sister Linda, makes learning computer basics fun for young children, as he is doing here with St. Maria Goretti School in Scottsdale. (Special to the Tribune) Tribune News...
Renovated and now thriving, East Mesa strip mall sold
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Renovated and now thriving, East Mesa strip mall sold

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By Haley Lorenzen, Tribune Contributor Over the last 15 years, Sun Valley Plaza in East Mesa transformed from a dilapidated strip mall into to a popular shopping center – so popular developer Michael Pollack sold it for $6...
FatCats bowled over by Mesa, Gilbert popularity
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FatCats bowled over by Mesa, Gilbert popularity

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By Katherine Nowicki, Tribune Contributor Hot on the heels of opening an entertainment center in Mesa, FatCats is expanding farther into Arizona with a third location in Queen Creek. The brand was founded by two friends, a...
Pollack puts his name and money toward fundraiser
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Pollack puts his name and money toward fundraiser

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF Chandler real estate entrepreneur and philanthropist Michael Pollack is again helping the Assistance League East Valley.  Pollack is the title sponsor of the nonprofit’s Mardi Gras Casino Night and is...
EV Housing stock gets gloomier by the day
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EV Housing stock gets gloomier by the day

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Arizonan Executive Editor   The year started bad for homebuyers in the East Valley and it didn’t take long to get worse. So said the Cromford Report, which closely analyzes the Valley’s housing market....
Dementia care can drive people broke
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Dementia care can drive people broke

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By Dr. Harold Wong, Arizonan Contributor   In an Oct. 2019 opinion piece in the Orlando Sentinel, four doctors and former U.S. Surgeon Generals called dementia the “top public health crisis” in an effort to call...
Chandler can ‘zook-out’ on gourmet enchiladas
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Chandler can ‘zook-out’ on gourmet enchiladas

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By Kevin Reagan, Arizonan Staff Writer   Unseasoned salsa sauce can be a source of insomnia for Aaron Pool. The restaurant entrepreneur often obsesses over the tastes and flavors of his menu items to the point where he will...
My Sister’s Attic opens new store in Chandler
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My Sister’s Attic opens new store in Chandler

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF When Ann and Jenny Siner opened their first My Sister’s Closet in Phoenix nearly 30 years ago, they wanted more than just a clothing store. They wanted a way of giving back to the community. This weekend,...