Fall Movies in Glendale Arizona

By staff editor | September 26, 2018 |

September 28 is Fall Movies in Glendale  by Moonlight at 6pm For more information contact the Glendale visitor center at 623-930-4500

BWA for Saturday Brunch!

By staff editor | September 26, 2018 |

Step out of your comfort zone, meet new people, network, & share some new experiences. by Black Women of Arizona Sat, October 6, 2018 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM MST

HOT ROD NIGHT AT WESTGATE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

By staff editor | September 17, 2018 |

Classic cars & hot rods make a return to Westgate every Wednesday, September 5 – November 14! Cruise in for a classic car show, live music & more. Plus, stroll to see incredible makes & models & enjoy great happy hour deals from our surrounding bars & restaurants. All cars are welcome. 80’s & older park in…

September in Glendale Arizona

By staff editor | September 7, 2018 |
Glendale AZ

September 8th, is the 14th Annual Teddy Bear Day in Glendale from 10am to 4pm September 28 is Fall Movies in Glendale  by Moonlight at 6pm For more information contact the Glendale visitor center at 623-930-4500

Catch Phrase “Later Dude” Removed from English Language

By staff editor | June 19, 2018 |

Huntington Beach, California – In a move that surprised the sunny town of Huntington Beach, the city council officially removed any utterance or mention of the phrase “later dude” in any public forum.    According to the city this includes City Buildings, Libraries, and coffee shops.

20 Something Moves Out of Parents House

By staff editor | June 19, 2018 |

Phoenix Arizona – In a move that surprised everyone, 22 year old, John Babich, moved out of his parents house suddenly after receiving a surprise call from American Express offering him a job in customer service.     Babich, an avid gamer and youtuber, described the decision as “I guess it’s ok” when asked if he…

New Contents of Lincolns Pockets on Evening of Assassination

By staff editor | February 13, 2018 |

Washington D.C. –  Until now the photo containing the contents of President Abraham Lincoln’s pockets had remained unreleased to the public. When President Abraham Lincoln was shot at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., on April 14, 1865, he was carrying the following: Two pairs of spectacles and a lens polisher Pocketknife Watch fob Linen handkerchief…

New App Hires Little People to Prevent Texting While Driving

By staff editor | January 16, 2018 |

Canton, OH – In a record year of accidents related to texting while driving, this Alabama company thinks they have a new answer to the problem.   TextStop, now available in the apple app store and google store empowers anyone who sees a driver texting while driving to start the app, identify the location, and order…

Mayor of Shithole Doesn’t Appreciate Trump’s Comparison

By staff editor | January 11, 2018 |

Kandi, Benin Africa – Mayor Francis Lamont took office two years ago.    His accomplishments since taking office include building two new schools, a healthcare facility, and a public park in his tenure.   Lamont was shocked by President Trump’s comments about his township Shithole in Kandi Benin.  “I make mistakes, sure, but we have done…

Joe Arpaio Discloses Actual Age

By staff editor | January 9, 2018 |

Joe Arpaio, former sheriff  announced  age is not a factor and will run for Senate in Arizona after Republican Jeff Flake retires this year.  “John McCain is a toddler compared to me”, said Arpaio.  “I’m actually 118 years old and have the spunk of an 85 year old”.   Arpaio claims the confusion on age comes…