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The dead and the living walk and wander historic Mesa
A rare chance to see an elderly Phoenix spot
Renee Bahl, the new executive director of the Arizona State Parks Board, carved her name 10 years ago in a historic adobe wall at the San Rafael Ranch in Santa Cruz County. And that doesn't sit well with one state legislator who says the act should have kept her from being selected by ... More >>
CenPho historic district stakes its claim with awesome tour/fest
Neighborhood throws open its historic doors
Check out the hood with the shiz
Photographer reminds us about what we'd almost forgotten
Proposals on their way to the Phoenix City Council could put the historic warehouse district in jeopardy
Three years ago, Mayor-elect Phil Gordon promised to make it easier for small businesses to renovate old buildings. But the problems faced by one indie restaurateur show that, if anything, it's harder than ever
It's a knock-down, drag-out for the city's soul
Look out! Developer Steve Tseffos controls the fate of one of Arizona's most historic houses
Jerry Colangelo and his pals have gobbled up the lion’s share of public development dollars. If downtown’s to be saved, City Hall’s got to share the wealth.
Phil Gordon will be the next mayor of Phoenix. Why doesn't anybody care?
Casey Moore's Oyster House and Seafood Restaurant
Historic preservation effort displaces charter arts school
Frozen out of the downtown art scene, Helen Hestenes turns the heat up under the Icehouse
Proposition could rescue school buildings, castle
Museum peace unlikely as a proposed family center in Phoenix fights critics over right to life.
The cryptic savior of historic downtown structures says he'll raze his classic PUHS buildings before he'll lose his investment
The Bureau of Indian Affairs stonewalls its desecration of a prehistoric Native American burial site
As the gritty old mining town tries to broaden its economic base, residents debate how much of its future lies in its past
The FQ Story neighborhood is either quaint or menacing--it all depends on who's talking
To George Zraket, it's an evil zoning plot by old Sscottsdale cronies; to Janie Ellis, it's the only way her timeworn art colony can survive.
Tribes allege that archaeological and burial sites on mine grounds are being violated
That's how much taxpayers shelled out for a historic house that will anchor a "serenity park." That's a lot of money, considering the sellers had offered to move the house--at their cost--to another park.
AFTER DECADES OF DECLINE AND A REAL ESTATE BUST, TERRY GODDARD AND OTHER RESIDENTS OF THE ROOSEVELT NEIGHBORHOOD ARE REKINDLING VISIONS OF GRANDEUR. HOWEVER, THERE IS NO ROOM IN THE VISION FOR THE INNER CITY'S BEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
CITY OF TEMPE DOES LITTLE TO PROTECT A PRIZE LANDMARK
IT'S GOING TO TAKE A LOT MORE THAN PEANUTS AND CRACKER JACK TO BUY THE LAND FOR THE DOWNTOWN STADIUM.