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    Sale prices are a product of supply and demand...
    On-line Home Estimates are NOT AccurateAll homes have a price, and sometimes more than one. There's the price owners would like to get, the value buyers would like to offer and a point of agreement which can result in a sale. In considering...
  • Supreme Court rules in  Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission
    Supreme Court authorizes gerrymanders by unaccountable 'independent' commissions
    If you are going to have gerrymandering of Congressional districts, it might as well be done by a state legislature, which is accountable to the people, rather than an “independent” commission, which is not. Moreover, regardless of who...
  • Arizona Biennial opens July 25 at Tucson Museum of Art
    Arizona Biennial opens July 25 at Tucson Museum of Art
    The oldest running juried exhibition featuring Arizona artists is set to open next month at the Tucson Museum of Art.The Arizona Biennial, which was first organized in 1948, opens on July 25 and runs through Oct. 11. Guest juror Irene Hofmann,...
  • Convicted killer Jodi Arias ordered to pay restitution to murder victim’s family
    Convicted killer Jodi Arias ordered to pay restitution to murder victim’s family
    Jodi Arias, found guilty of her lover Travis Alexander’s first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison, was ordered by a Maricopa County Superior Court judge on June 22 to pay restitution totaling more than $32,000 to Alexander’s...
  • You won’t believe what goes on in this wild west town
    You won’t believe what goes on in this wild west town
    The famed western town of Tombstone, Arizona, falls somewhere between historic re-creation of a southern Arizona mining town and a Hollywood movie that’s come to life on dusty western streets.Stage coaches offer visitors tours of “The...
  • J stands for Jermone
    Visit Prescontt, Sedona and Jerome while in Arizona
    Three places not to miss when visiting ArizonaPrescott is cool in more ways than one. At 5300-feet, the weather is wonderful but the city is home to many Victorian homes and classic saloons. Visit Whiskey Row, where the gunslingers drank and...
  • Coyotes fans take in a game at Gila River Arena
    Glendale City Council: 'This isn’t about hockey'
    The Glendale City Council and the Mayor held a closed door meeting on Tuesday and afterwards they stood firm on their vote to void their 15-year agreement with the Arizona Coyotes.“Let’s be clear,” Glendale Interim Assistant City...
  • Crescent Ballroom
    Spotlight on: Crescent Ballroom
    Crescent Ballroom has only been around for a few years in downtown Phoenix, but it's really revolutionized the culture, and vitality level of the area.From intimate bar shows to all out festivals, Crescent has shown PHX a whole new level of...
  • Rep. David Brat (R-VA), State Sen. Kelli Ward (R-AZ)
    Dr. Kelli Ward can unseat McCain, just ask Virginia conservatives
    Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward (R-Lake Havasu City) is the closest of anyone to announcing a run against Senator John McCain in the 2016 primary. Her exploratory committee continues to evaluate whether the financial and logistical path to...
  • Shake Shack to open 1st Arizona location at Scottsdale Fashion Square
    Shake Shack to open 1st Arizona location at Scottsdale Fashion Square
    New York City based Shake Shackhttps://www.shakeshack.com plans to open it's 1st Arizona in 2016 at Scottsdale Fashion Square. Started as a kiosk in 2004, the cult favorite serving burgers, fries and shakes has commanded lines of an hour or...
  • A dog’s adventure at the Montezuma Castle National Monument
    A dog’s adventure at the Montezuma Castle National Monument
    Many San Diegans find themselves heading to Arizona with their desert dogs for a weekend getaway. If you know where to look along the way, you can find some adventure and culture that both of you can enjoy.This dog friendly traveler and her canine...
  • And they're off!
    The Cattle Roping Capital of the World, Wickenberg, Arizona
    I skedaddled up to Arizona from Mexico to visit my bro and his wife, hadn't seen them in close to a year.They were bivouacked in the booming metropolis of Congress, AZ. (Just kidding, Congress is not booming and it ain't no metropolis....
  • Arizona Phoenician featuring summer night foodie flings
    Arizona Phoenician featuring summer night foodie flings
    Foodies have a good reason to head to Arizona this summer thanks to the The Phoenician, which is spreading its culinary talents with its signature “Culinary Countdown” series. From, June 1, through Monday, August 31, 2015, three resort...
  • PHXCC
    Phoenix ComicCon: not just comics anymore!
    This year's Phoenix ComicCon has all sorts of media events set up, everyone from the cast of "BattleStar Galactica" to the Arizona State Library will be there, promoting their various projects.Starting on Thursday and going until...
  • Delicious Vietnamese Pho Soup
    Great reasons to have Vietnamese Pho in Tucson, Arizona
    Do you love soup? Does a refreshing and well-seasoned broth filled with noodles and a large variety of tasty additions sound like a wonderful meal? Then, a spot like Saigon Pho in Tucson, Arizona, is your perfect bowl of soup.What is Pho? Pho is...
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