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Chandler couple offer relaxation on wheels
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Chandler couple offer relaxation on wheels

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF If one man’s misfortune is another man’s opportunity, the pandemic has been a gold mine for Shannon Stevens and Penny Briney. The Chandler couple last year launched an online furniture store,...
Shutdown ruins Chandler woman’s spa dream
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Shutdown ruins Chandler woman’s spa dream

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By Lee Shappell Arizonan Contributor Essentials Day Spa was just hitting its stride. After nearly three years in Ahwatukee, it had built a loyal clientele of those looking to relax in a unique and restorative environment for a...
Wild Horse Pass unveils major tower project
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Wild Horse Pass unveils major tower project

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF Gila River Hotels & Casinos – Wild Horse Pass has broken ground on a $143-million expansion project in Chandler – a move that a spokesperson said “aligns with the enterprise’s rapid growth in...
Undeterred by pandemic, 3 eateries plan Chandler debut
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Undeterred by pandemic, 3 eateries plan Chandler debut

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF Many restaurants have taken a major economic hit from the pandemic this year, but that hasn’t stopped three new dining establishments from planning to open in Chandler – two downtown. When it opens...
Chandler entrepreneur launches fantasy game
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Chandler entrepreneur launches fantasy game

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer Kyle Aulerich’s new mobile-based fantasy game, Mythion Adventures, challenges players to journey through a Narnia-like dreamscape by making a series of fateful decisions at nearly every...
Experts: Area housing market like ‘the wild west’
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Experts: Area housing market like ‘the wild west’

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Arizonan Executive Editor The Chandler Arizonan recently visited virtually with five experts to discuss the residential and commercial real estate market amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The experts included: Attorney...
Chandler man’s business gets kids jumping for joy
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Chandler man’s business gets kids jumping for joy

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF Scott Karlin found a way around the pandemic to keep kids jumping around. As owner of JumpBunch, a Chandler-based mobile sports and fitness program for kids 18 months to 12 years, Karlin since 2008 provides...
Chandler woman brings yoga to homes, offices
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Chandler woman brings yoga to homes, offices

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By Coty Dolores Miranda Arizonan Contributor Nicole Fonovich, owner of the mobile Nicole Anne Yoga, came to the practice of yoga at age 22 after living with chronic pain throughout her childhood and youth. She was born with a...
Doctors cautiously open new trampoline park here
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Doctors cautiously open new trampoline park here

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By Kevin Reagan Arizonan Staff Writer Dr. Luis Esparza and Dr. Suhaireirene Barake have a competitive advantage of sorts over most other entrepreneurs attempting to start a new business amidst a global pandemic. The husband and...
Two win big as Spencer’s  4 millionth customers
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Two win big as Spencer’s 4 millionth customers

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By Annika Tomlin Arizonan Staff Writer Two Spencer’s TV & Appliance customers were awarded major shopping sprees at its original location in Mesa recently. Patti Everts of Scottsdale and Richard Holmes of Peoria each won...