Museum Square development garners unanimous approval

After years of curves and bumps, the “long and winding road” of Museum Square has reached a straightaway. The Scottsdale City Council unanimously [...] Continue Reading →

Meet the Artist: 2D painter Thomas Breeze Marcus

Name: Thomas Breeze Marcus Where I live: Phoenix, Arizona What I create: I am a 2D painter that creates mostly very detailed canvas work, but I [...] Continue Reading →

Thompson: Bond approval essential for Scottsdale’s arts community, competitiveness

Scottsdale is a world-class city and arts destination. We would like it to remain that way. That is why the Scottsdale Gallery Association is [...] Continue Reading →

Ecton: Grandparents’ support for the school override

My children have grown, but I’m still voting yes on the SUSD budget override. Long ago my son and daughter set out on their own. Both of them [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale’s SWCC celebrates 25 years of caring for wildlife

The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale has been helping save Arizona’s wildlife for the past 25 years. The wild animal rescue [...] Continue Reading →

Hot Apple Productions AZ to produce new Scottsdale SkyFest & Balloon Glow

The nation’s “largest” hot air balloon ride company will premiere a new event Thanksgiving weekend 2020 – the Scottsdale SkyFest & Balloon [...] Continue Reading →

Khazai becomes new Phoenix Boys Choir executive director

The Phoenix Boys Choir has announced the appointment of Mitra Khazai as the new executive director as of Oct. 14. Ms. Khazai was chosen as the [...] Continue Reading →

‘How lucky we were to have him’: Scottsdale leaders remember Art DeCabooter

Thank you, Art DeCabooter. Thank you for leaving a lasting legacy on Scottsdale; for casting your wisdom upon countless people during your tenure [...] Continue Reading →

Grossman: Just like a home, Scottsdale needs to make repairs and upgrades

We know Scottsdale is one of the “Most Livable Cities” in the country. We also know our city needs to invest in its future to maintain and [...] Continue Reading →

Little: Time to again stand up for Scottsdale Schools

Five years ago I penned an opinion piece that was published in the local newspaper entitled, “Time to stand up for Scottsdale Schools.” It was [...] Continue Reading →