Stories tagged: "Chandler"


The Chandler Public Library opened its new Book & Board Lounge in April. (Photo by Robert Gundran)
Chandler Public Library’s Latest Addition: A Board Game Lounge for Everyone

The Chandler Public Library recently opened a new area for playing board games.

President Joe Biden greets attendees after delivering remarks at the TSMC Semiconductor Plant in Phoenix on Dec. 6, 2022, highlighting efforts to boost U.S. chip production. (Photo by Adam Schultz/The White House)
Arizona Leads the Nation in Manufacturing Investments

Nearly $60 billion has been committed to the state's semiconductors and manufacturing infrastructure, including new Intel facilities in Chandler and an electric vehicles battery factory in Queen Creek.

Daiso in Chandler. (Photo by Robert Gundran)
5 Fun Items We Found at Japanese Discount Store Daiso in Chandler

Japanese discount store Daiso has over 5,000 locations across the world, with this Chandler location being the first in Arizona.

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8 Places to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day This Year

From jazz performances to lively festivals, here are eight ways to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Phoenix, Chandler, Glendale, and all across the Valley.

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8 Places to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Metro Phoenix

From jazz performances to lively festivals, here are eight ways to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Phoenix, Chandler, Glendale, and all across the Valley.

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Chandler Votes to Strengthen Protections for LGBTQ Residents

Until now, Chandler was the largest city in Arizona without a nondiscrimination ordinance that included LGBTQ protections. 

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7 Must-Try Native American Restaurants in Arizona

Arizona is home to many Native American tribes—22 of which are federally recognized—each with their own unique, delicious cuisine.