Welcoming more than 1 million people to our city for the Super Bowl isn’t just about providing great entertainment and a great experience — it’s also a chance for us to showcase how Phoenix has transformed.
Six Kyrene Aprende Middle School eighth-graders took this year’s Verizon Innovative App Challenge by storm by winning Best in Region and Best in State for their environmentally friendly mobile application.
Representing more than 2,500 businesses across all industry sectors in Arizona, the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce understands the need for clean air and a healthy and safe environment in which to live, work and play.
Every few years, a bear makes headlines by shambling through a Mesa alfalfa field, or mountain lions show up on a Scottsdale golf course. Most days, though, you’re far more likely to cross paths with a smaller critter, like a javelina or coyote.
Learning a new skill and meeting new friends doesn’t have to be a challenge this year with My Wine Cellar in Ahwatukee Foothills and MWC Bistro in Gilbert offering a full array of events to do just that.
The White House Conference on Aging is launching a series of regional forums to engage with older Americans, their families, caregivers, leaders in the aging field and others on the key issues affecting older Americans.
The LEGO Squad is an Ahwatukee neighborhood robotics team consisting of three Horizon Community Learning Center students: Austin Vigesaa, Luke Hase and Joshua Lesio. They won first place in the robot competition. They also won awards in Robot Performance and Robot Design at the recent regional competition at the Salvation Army Kroc center in Phoenix.
Groupon announced plans to open a new sales office in Phoenix to support its growing local ecommerce business in the region and across the country. Initially, Groupon will hire 20 full-time inside sales representatives to help expand its relationship with local businesses in Phoenix and across the country. The office will open in February.
A quote inscribed on the walls of the latest exhibit at the Musical Instrument Museum sums up the museum’s celebration of the significance of drums in cultures around the globe: “Among diverse cultures, drums are objects of sculpted and sonic beauty; symbols of social status; and markers of personal, regional, ethnic, and national identity.”