Friday, Sept. 2

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New rules come to Sun Devil Stadium this year
 
The Sun Devils take on the NAU Lumberjacks this Saturday, Sept 3rd at 7:45 pm at the newly renovated Sun Devil Stadium. There is a new entrance following a renovation and purses will now have to be clear.

Game-day information:
Parking: Pass-holder lots open five hours before kick-off. Guest/pay lots open 3 ½ hours before kick-off.

Gates: The main entrance gates at the stadium will open at 6 p.m. (30 minutes earlier than the normal 90-minutes before kickoff rule).

Student access: Students may enter through the southeast student gate, north gate or northeast gate.

New bag policy: 
A clear bag policy takes effect this season for all fans at Sun Devil Stadium. Fans are allowed one clear bag no larger than 12x6x12 inches or one one-gallon plastic storage bag. One clear bag per person plus a small clutch or purse is allowed. Any bag not meeting those guidelines will be prohibited. The types of items allowed at Sun Devil Stadium do not change, just the type of bag they are carried in.

500 E. Veteran's Way, Tempe, AZ 85287 

Girls Golf Day Kicks Off Sept. 3rd at Papago Course

Free for girls 5-17, event features golf clinic, inspiring meet-and-greet with Hannah O'Sullivan, golf tournament, food, golf expo, and lots of fun

The USGA, LPGA Girls Golf of Phoenix announced that it will host a day-long special event and tournament at Papago Golf Course to celebrate the City of Phoenix's official proclamation of Saturday, September 3 as "Girls Golf Day." Open to all girls ages 5-17 for free, the event will cater to Phoenix-area girls and families from 9:30 AM to sunset.    

Papago Golf Course www.papagogolfcourse.net,

5595 E Moreland St. Phoenix, AZ 85008.  

Valley restaurant Someburros is opening second location inside Sun Devil Stadium this season and show us what they're serving.

Following a massively successful first year on ASU turf and as part of the restaurant's ongoing 30th anniversary celebration and expansion effort, Someburros will be doubling their ASU presence with a second location inside Sun Devil Stadium this season.

Someburros' stadium locations will offer classics plus some new specialty items, giving guests and fans an opportunity to order up Bean and Cheese or Green Chili Burros, Horchata, Agua de Jamaica, and, of course, Churros at every Sun Devil home game all season.

Someburros Sun Devil Stadium locations will also serve up a Game Day Special, and will offer guests who order burros before kickoff a free churro to help satisfy their sweet tooth afterward. 

Visit Someburros on the east and west end of Sun Devil Stadium at every home game this season. 

Someburros at Sun Devil Stadium
Located at East and West End of Sun Devil Stadium
500 E Veterans Way, Tempe, AZ 85287

For more information on Someburros and locations visit: www.Someburros.com

Gilbert High School is celebrating their 100th Graduating Class this year!!

Join us for the Alumni 100 Year Homecoming Event!
WHO: ALL GHS Alumni
WHEN: Saturday, September 17, 2016
WHERE: The Falls Event Center (Greenfield & Baseline)
COST: $30 Pre-sale - $40 at the door

Go to http://www.ghsptro.com/ghs-alumni/100-year-celebration
To purchase tickets!!! Tell all your friends!!!


Make chicken wings like the pros 

In honor of football season kicking off, Native Grill & Wings shows us the different sauces and dry rubs they offer and also provide some tips on how to make delicious chicken wings at home for your next game day party.

Native Grill & Wings, there are 30 locations. Website: https://nativegrillandwings.com/ 

Children's Post infectious Autoimmune Encephalopathy PANDAS

According to a recent CDC report, between 13%-20% of all school age children in the United States suffer from a mental disorder in a given year. Given that base, the experts at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) indicated that a significant portion of these mental disorders (approximately 20%) are caused by Pediatric Autoimmune Neurological Disorders. In other words, the number of school age children in the United States affected by these autoimmune neurological disorders is projected to be between 1.8 million to 2.9 million children.
 
Children's post infectious autoimmune encephalopathies, like other autoimmune disorders, are on the rise in children in the Western world. These diseases occur when a child's immune system, while fighting off a virus or infection, mistakenly targets or disrupts a part of the child's own body. In CPAE, the child's immune system attacks the brain, causing a range of neuropsychiatric symptoms.

Symptoms typically occur suddenly sometimes overnight and can include:

  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Tics (motor and phonic)
  • Severe anxiety
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  • Restrictive eating
  • Headaches
  • Depression and mood changes
  • Irritability and aggression
  • Changes in handwriting
  • Separation anxiety
  • Poor academic performance
  • Frequent urination
  • Hallucinations
  • Sensory sensitivities

For more information visit:
http://www.pandasnetwork.org/
http://www.pacefoundation4kids.org/

How much does a DUI cost
 
The national average cost of a DUI is around $10,000, but it can vary greatly depending on where you live. Oftentimes, the total clocks in much higher. (onedui.com)  there are many things that contribute to the overall cost of a DUI, with the initial fines being just a small piece of the pie.

  • Fines with minimum fines ranging from $500-$2,000, this is the charge that kick starts a long list of expenses.
  • Incarceration & Bail as an example, incarceration in Arizona can cost $165 for the first day and $60 for every day following. (bankrate.com) Bail amounts vary, but for a first-time offense, can come in around $5,000. This amount increases quickly with multiple offenses.
  • Legal Fees Attorney fees average around $2,500, but could be much more depending on the complexity of the case.
  • License Reissue Fee: This varies by state, but can cost up to $250.
  • Treatment Classes If required, these could add up to $500 to your total.
  • Ignition Interlock Device (IID) with pricing varying depending on the state you are in and the type of device required, these cost between $60-$120/month. After taking into consideration installation, de-installation and set-up fees, this recurring cost adds quite a bit of weight.
  • Insurance Costs Long-term, this is the most expensive part of a DUI. You will be considered "high-risk" and might even require specific SR-22 insurance. You are generally considered "high-risk" for three years, which can total anywhere from $3,000-$4,500. (carinsurance.about.com)
  • Loss of Income some companies will refuse continued employment to someone with a DUI offense. Even if your job agrees to allow you to continue working for them, a loss of income during a period of incarceration is a reality.
  • While the tragedy of drunk driving is infamous, the costs and consequences associated with it isn't as well known. If more people understood what all follows a DUI conviction, maybe they would think twice about testing their luck and getting behind the wheel.

AZ DUI Process
34225 N. 27th Dr., #112
Phoenix, AZ
602-297-5155
www.azduiprocess.com

Lavell Crawford will be performing at Standup Live in Phoenix, Sept. 2nd though the 4th.

Lavell Crawford: Comedian, Lavell Crawford is quickly climbing the comedic ranks and becoming one of the hottest stars in the biz today. He filmed a new one-hour special in his home town of St. Louis, "Can A Brother Get Some Love?” 

For show times and tickets visit: http://standuplive.com/

50 W. Jefferson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
480-719-6100

Aloha Shaved Ice

Family owned business established in 2009. Our mission is to use shave ice as a catalyst to create friendships and touch lives by spreading the ALOHA Spirit thru the Valley of the Sun. Desmond is originally from Haleiwa, Hawaii, home of Matsumotos' and Aoki's Shave Ice. Laura is orig from Phoenix, Carl Hayden Graduate where she had lots of experience with the "Raspado Lady" who sold her hand made desserts in the neighborhood park

We are currently scheduled to do shave ice for all Tolleson Union HS Football home games (Freshman, JV, and Varsity). In addition, we are scheduled to fit in a few Varsity football games for North HS as well. We are also scheduled to be at Murphy's Street Market on Sept 10th in Peoria, and then later that evening at the AZ Derby Dames Roller Derby season opener. On the weekend of Sept 17-18 we are going to be at the CCV Avondale campus for their Soaked event that should be fun! All of our scheduled events can be found on our Facebook page, and we constantly post & Tweet our gigs on Instagram and Twitter. 

Happy Honu Shave Ice 
Phone: (602) 432-3059
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/happyhonushaveice
Instagram: @happyhonushaveice
Twitter: @happyhonuevents 

Harkins to Honor Gene Wilder with Week-long Tribute at Harkins Valley Art!

Harkins Theatres remembers the magical Gene Wilder with special showings of four of his classic films Friday, September 2nd through Thursday, September 8th at Harkins Valley Art. All proceeds will benefit The Alzheimer's Association. 

Fans can come together and watch their favorite Gene Wilder movies on the big screen throughout the week. For ONLY $5 each, the line-up will showcase some of his most beloved films and includes Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, Blazing Saddles, The Producers and Stir Crazy.

ONLY $5 all proceeds to The Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter

Tickets on sale now at the theatre box office and online at www.Harkins.com   

Valley Art Theater
Address: 509 S Mill Ave, Tempe, AZ 85281
Phone: (480) 446-7272
Cross Streets: 5th St. & Mill Ave.