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Patinkin shares his ‘diary’ at Mesa center
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Patinkin shares his ‘diary’ at Mesa center

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski, GetOut Editor   Mandy Patinkin was out to surprise fans with his latest concert entitled “Diaries,” with pianist Adam Ben-David. “It’s a very different concert than I’ve ever...
State 48 leads off new year with “Leading Ladies”
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State 48 leads off new year with “Leading Ladies”

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Getout News Staff   State 48 Theatre Company in Mesa is leading off the new year with a production of Ken Ludwig’s beloved farce, “Leading Ladies.” The production, Jan. 15-25 at The Fuse Box, 943 S. Gilbert Road, Mesa,...
Chandler fest presents international crop of films
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Chandler fest presents international crop of films

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By Kevin Reagan, GetOut Staff Writer   From cult classics to political documentaries, this month’s Chandler International Film Festival promises to deliver a diverse lineup of films for local moviegoers. The four-day event...
Chandler pastor focuses on hot-button issues
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Chandler pastor focuses on hot-button issues

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF Chandler Pastor Ryan Gear is starting off this election year with a series of sermons dissecting some of the country’s most controversial political topics. Immigration, gun control, health care, climate...
Everyone has the opportunity to walk by faith in Jesus
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Everyone has the opportunity to walk by faith in Jesus

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By Billy Holland Guest Writer As just another messenger for God’s kingdom, I’m eternally grateful for the privilege to serve Him. We are living in an hour where the window of His grace is open and there is much to do before...
Knowing God is the key to trusting him
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Knowing God is the key to trusting him

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By Rev. Billy Holland Guest Writer   The Biblical account of David and Goliath is one of most popular stories from the Bible. Israel and the Philistines were enemies as this true account finds them preparing for battle, but...
Illness can put us on a long road to healing
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Illness can put us on a long road to healing

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By Rabbi Irwin Wiener Guest Writer   We are constantly struggling to come to terms with illness; we hear our own voices as we attempt to understand our suffering.   Overwhelmed by the rush of fear, and guilt and grief, we...
Religious expression is not a license to incite
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Religious expression is not a license to incite

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By Rabbi Irwin Wiener Guest Columnist   At every public gathering, a prayer is offered by clergy invoking God’s blessings on the purpose and participants.   Debates have ensued and have included pronouncements from the...
Do not dwell on the past, do the new thing
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Do not dwell on the past, do the new thing

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By Lynne Hartke Guest Writer   I had forgotten the hard work that is needed at the start of a large project, even one similar to what I had done in the past.  I spent the morning doing more deleting than adding as I worked...
Ravens lead to a revelation amid Red Rock
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Ravens lead to a revelation amid Red Rock

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By Lynne Hartke Guest Writer The name of the location — Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness — said it all. Wilderness. Check. Mountain. Check. Red Rock. Check. And that secret bit? It may have been a well-known fact to some...