New Online Public Art Map Is Now Available

City of Phoenix

​The City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture’s new online Public Art Map​ is up and ready for self-guided tours. It features more than 200 major public art projects created throughout Phoenix by the city’s award-winning Public Art Program. Each point on the map contains a description highlighting key information about the artist and project. The works range from … [More]

Music, Laughter and the Unexpected at the Arizona Theater Company

Herberger Theater

What happens when a 20-something Broadway baby meets a Shakespeare- and Schubert-loving octogenarian? Much to their surprise, a friendship blossoms. A delightful award-winning musical about the magic that happens when we throw aside our fears and cross generational barriers. Based on the true story of Broadway performer Charissa Bertels, and winner of the Kleban award for … [More]

Boosters Authorized for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 Vaccines

Arizona Department of Health Services

The Arizona Department of Health Services is welcoming a federal government decision authorizing booster shots from any of the three COVID-19 vaccines now available. “Booster doses are safe, free, highly effective, and widely available around Arizona,” said Don Herrington, the department’s interim director. “If you are eligible for a booster, we recommend you take advantage … [More]

It’s Me, Not You (Actually, Maybe It Is You!) When It’s Time to Divorce Your Clients

by Kate Zabriskie

More than a hundred of her clients use her services only once a year. They expect champagne service on a beer budget, and they pull her attention away from the people she works with regularly. This group is weighing her down, and after some soul searching, she’s decided they’ve got to go. Her business is running her, and it’s not working. Plain and simple, he doesn’t like … [More]

Loop 303 Corridor Gets Another Industrial Project Totaling 2 Million Square Feet

by Gail Kalinoski

Dallas-based Crow Holdings Industrial has become the latest developer to propose a large industrial project in Glendale, Ariz., near Loop 303 and Luke Air Force Base with its plan for a speculative development totaling nearly 2 million square feet. Dubbed Crow 303, the project is scheduled to be discussed Oct. 26 by the Glendale City Council, which must approve annexing and … [More]

Phoenix Closes in on Record Workforce Size

City of Phoenix

Employers are making a strong return in the Phoenix metro area, adding 126,500 jobs in September which accounts for 88 percent of job growth in Arizona for the month in year-over-year data comparisons.  In total, Arizona added 143,900 jobs in the month as reported October 21 by the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity. Phoenix has recovered all jobs lost in the pandemic … [More]

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