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A Seattle investment group that focuses on multifamily developments last month closed a deal to a Gilbert apartment complex for $86 million – more than twice what the seller paid for it eight years ago.

Business is going so well for Spooky’s Swirls that the owners have to close shop for four days just to prepare for the three days they are open.

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After three years as an Army military police officer and 30 years as a SWAT team member, Steve Branch moved to Arizona hoping to avoid a large gun culture.

When The Beatles unveiled their 1968 animated film, “Yellow Submarine” the film was quickly immortalized with art, toy versions of the submarine and now, nearly five and a half decades later, a limited-edition coin. 

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Two weeks may not sound like a long time, but when Gilbert’s Hole 9 Yards owners had plans in place for a festive grand opening on Sept. 16, supply-chain issues delayed the permitting process.

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Permanent-makeup artist Aneta Janowska has seen more than enough women walk into her suite with botched eyebrows, eyeliner or lips.

The tail on each dog that walked into Dogtopia of South Chandler was wagging. Owners Michael and Susan Perlman greeted each animal by name – which can’t be easy since they care for about 100 different dogs in a given week.

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Now an annual tradition, the Hot Dog Days of Summer have returned through the end of September at Joe’s Farm Grill in Gilbert, featuring nine wiener-based gourmet sandwiches showcasing flavors inspired from around the globe, from Hawaii to Vietnam and Mexico to Michigan.