Fitness studio Orangetheory to open new location at CityScape in coming months


Orangetheory, a fitness studio with an emphasis on unique exercises and monitoring heart rate, will open a new location at CityScape in the coming months. Read story

Devil's Advocate: A former USGD member's take on Tapscott running unopposed


Downtown Devil business editor and former USGD presidential candidate Travis Arbon reflects on the implications of an unopposed USGD campaign that may liberate student government from drama. Read story

Despite local reaction, demolition of downtown spots is cyclical, community leaders say


The recent demolition of the South of Roosevelt (SoRo) galleries and GreenHaus buildings for the development of apartment complexes has sparked a range of responses from downtown residents, but a neighborhood leader said these types of trends are cyclical. Read story

Phoenix subcommittee votes to look into adopting multipurpose municipal IDs

Tomas Rubles addresses the Parks, Arts, Transparency and Education Subcommittee on Wednesday about the potential creation of municipal IDs (Zack Bunting/DD)

Municipal ID cards may be coming to Phoenix, as a subcommittee voted on Wednesday to explore the possibility further amidst strong objections from some citizens. Read story

Entrepreneur Jeff Cunningham speaks to students about critical thinking at Must See Mondays event


Jeff Cunningham spoke on the importance of market disruption and the freedom of speech at an installment of the Walter Cronkite School’s Must See Monday event. Read story

Walter Cronkite and Fulton schools partner to offer dual degree program


A new partnership between ASU’s Walter Cronkite School and Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering will create a dual degree program focusing on journalism and graphic information technology. Read story

A Tailored Place: Spring into Style


Phoenix Fashion Week’s spring trend show “Spring into Style” showcased this season’s work from six designers Saturday and ranged from floral prints to denim ensembles. Read story

Devil's Advocate: Adaptive reuse keeping city's past intertwined with its future

Despite what appears to be a grim time for buildings and the memories and culture that go with them in downtown Phoenix, hope to preserve the past and enhance the future exists with adaptive reuse. Read story

Despite a rocky relationship, Freeport-McMoRan CEO still respects the media


Freeport-McMoRan CEO Richard Adkerson spoke at the Cronkite School about the company’s sometimes-rocky relationship with the media, but he said he still commends the efforts to seek the truth. Read story

Grid Bike Share shares report on first quarter numbers, looks ahead to summer ridership

Grid Bike Share, launched in November, registered 2,250 members in its first three months. (Sarah Kolesar/DD)

More than 2,000 people traveled a total of more than 14,000 miles through the Grid Bike Share program since it launched in November, according to the program’s first-quarter report released on March 10. Read story