The majority of young people now go to school longer to compete in an economy that pays less for full-time work while charging much, much more for the primary cost of living — a home.
Phoenix is about to loose another historic gem. This time however, the antagonist isn’t a greedy developer but our very own city government and state university.
Most people don’t give much thought to bad policies until they affect you. Last week, I had a personal connection with the folly of Zero Tolerance in our schools.
¬°Bienvenidos Here! is an initiative of ASU’s art and community class taught by Gregory Sale. It is intended to encourage the bridging of the ASU community with Phoenix, specifically Garfield.
PHX ART Treasures on the METRO will showcase the arts and cultural opportunities on and around Phoenix‚Äôs light rail line on November 14.
Ever since I heard about the TEDx concept, I have dreamed that it would come to Phoenix. Well my dreams are answered. TEDxPhoenix is happening TONIGHT!
Just a few years ago Kyle Jordre was a middle school teacher in Minnesota. Today he’s an accomplished Phoenix artist.
Radiate Phoenix, a gathering of downtown advocate and urbanites will celebrate its two year anniversary next Tuesday, September 29th with an exclusive preview of the all new Phoenix Public Market Urban Grocery and Wine Bar.
Christoph Kaiser is helping to rebuilding Garfield one house at a time. Once an epicenter of gang activity and urban blight in Downtown Phoenix, Kaiser‚Äôs houses are now at the heart of Garfield’s resurgence, and among the coolest in Downtown Phoenix.
Rising from the empty lots south of Roosevelt Row, Bioscience High School is an exciting addition to downtown Phoenix.