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The Rundown: One-N-Ten, ‘Where’s Jesus?,’ Burton Barr and historic preservation

The Rundown is a collaboration between Downtown Devil and Blaze Radio that recaps Downtown Devil's weekly coverage of downtown Phoenix. In this week's episode, Politics...

Historic Preservation Commission gets back into gear

The Historic Preservation Commission settled into regular business Monday, working on funding existing grants and expanding historic preservation protections to houses. After introductory items, first...

Historic Preservation Recap: What’s next?

The Historic Preservation Commission held its first meeting after summer recess last week. Here we recap some of the challenges, projects and new programs...

Roosevelt neighborhood to celebrate historic preservation

Historic preservation will be celebrated and funds will be raised for the Federal Aviation Administration Flight Path Legal Fund at an event at the Great Arizona Puppet Theater Thursday.

Local First Arizona panel discusses historic preservation and Phoenix’s “tear down culture”

Michael Levine has spent a significant portion of his life on the preservation of historic buildings, but said that he was near giving up...

Historic preservation debate leaves Phoenix needing more precise economic data

A lack of localized data on the economic benefit of historic preservation in Phoenix may be hindering public and government support.

Historic preservationists express concern for plans for Circles Records and Tapes

New owners released conceptual plans for Circles Records and Tapes that preservationists felt did not maintain the historic elements of the building.

Community members launch project to promote historic preservation

"Envisioning Phoenix" was created to promote involvement and discussion on the growth of downtown Phoenix. Its first event, held at Filmbar, featured a documentary screening followed by a panelist discussion.

Lecture series kicks off with discussion of historic preservation

Attorney Grady Gammage Jr. kicked off a lecture series on architecture and historic landmarks, emphasizing the importance of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed David and Gladys Wright House and clearing up discrepancies in historic-property regulation issues.

Downtown historic properties make progress toward preservation

Phoenix's Historic Preservation Commission recommended City Council take steps to preserve the Dud R. Day Motor Company Building and Pemberton House.