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Mill Avenue prepares for next face-lift


Matt Hinshaw
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Mill Avenue will be getting a face-lift in the near future. There are plans in the works for condos on and near Mill that will change the atmosphere of the area.
Nestled in the heart of downtown Tempe, Mill Avenue is the city's most eclectic street.

The avenue is packed with restaurants, bars and shops, from the mainstream to the unique. It provides a little something for everyone, from college students to working professionals.

But the downtown area has changed significantly in the last few years. City officials estimate 12 to 18 businesses move in and out of Mill Avenue buildings each year.

University, Tempe icon nears departure

Neil Giuliano has outlasted six presidents of the United States, 21 Madonna albums and the Berlin Wall in his 30-year relationship with ASU.

But as all good things, said the former mayor and ASU director of community relations, his career at ASU must also come to an end, and there is not a better time than now.

Giuliano is leaving his four-year position as community relations director April 1, the latest of his many positions held at ASU. He has also been associate executive director to the Alumni Association and director for federal and community relations, both at ASU.
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Men's basketball takes down Temple

PHILADELPHIA -- Judging by the ASU men's basketball team's postgame reaction Tuesday, you would have thought the Sun Devils had won their first Pac-10 championship.

They didn't bring home any hardware, but they had reason to celebrate.

Instead of floundering down the stretch like it did so many times last season, ASU parlayed composure in the closing minutes into a 65-62 victory over Temple before a crowd of 4,512 at the Liacouras Center.
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Braxton's last-second decision the right one for ASU

PHILADELPHIA -- It was just a split second. A split second too long for everyone in maroon and gold.

With less than 10 seconds left Tuesday and the ASU men's basketball team clinging to a 63-62 lead, senior guard Jason Braxton received an in-bounds pass from senior guard Steve Moore as a pack of Temple defenders came charging toward him.
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