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Street Series: Artisan Village
Local charities house those displaced from overflow shelter closure
Local charities are continuing to operate temporary shelters for homeless individuals displaced by the closure of an overflow shelter. Representatives have expressed concern about a long-term housing solution.
Club works to create a community for Native American students
A student club works to create a community for Native American students. Since the 2009-2010 school year, the number of Native American students downtown has more than doubled.
Construction of ASU’s law school is expected to bring 1,000 jobs
The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law’s relocation to downtown is expected to create $1.7 million in tax revenue and 1,000 construction jobs, city official say.
Campus police say bike thefts dropped in Spring 2015
Only three bike thefts have been reported to ASU Police so far in 2015. Although only halfway through the year, this is on track to be fewer than the 41 reported bike thefts in 2014.
Opinion: Prop. 104 is critical for the future of transportation in Phoenix
President of the Thunderdome Neighborhood Association Sean Sweat writes why he thinks students should vote yes on Prop. 104, which would implement 0.7 cent sales tax that would go toward transit and streets.
Pizza Bracket 2015: The winner is…
Twelve restaurants entered, but only one emerged as champion. Pomo Pizzeria faced Cibo in the grand finals, but who was crowned king of downtown Phoenix pizza?
Downtown becoming music-festival stop
Music festivals like Coachella and South by Southwest draw people from across the country westward to see bands perform, and Phoenix has become a natural pit stop along the way.
A Tailored Place
A retrospective look at the school year’s experiences
After their first year in college writing for A Tailored Place, Libby Allnatt and Savanah Yaghsezian reflect on what they’ve learned and their hopes in the future.
Focus. Flash. Phoenix.
Have you ever felt like everything you knew was suddenly turned upside down? That is how I felt the first time I entered a dark room to print a photo.
Opinion: Prop. 104 is critically important for the future of transportation in Phoenix
New apartment complex slated to begin construction in midtown Phoenix in December
Construction of ASU’s law school is expected to bring $1.7 million in tax revenue, 1,000 jobs
World boxing champion continues to run gym despite legal trouble
Charities house homeless individuals displaced from the closure of the CASS overflow shelter
The Downtown Devil presents
The Rundown: Parking is just one piece of the larger planning puzzle. Click to listen.
The Downtown Devil presents
SoRo galleries and shops remembered before the arrival of new apartment complex development
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