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Q&A: Charlie Day of ‘Always Sunny’ and Richie Keen talk new comedy, ‘Fist Fight’

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I recently sat down with Charlie Day and Richie Keen, a star and the director of the new comedy “Fist Fight”. The two had previously collaborated on the long-running TV comedy “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and have re-teamed for the new film, which features Charlie Day and Ice Cube as two teachers who plan… Read More →

Hot Rod Night and Bike Night return to Westgate

Architectural Photography by Michael Baxter, Baxter Imaging LLC
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Arizona’s go-to destination for car and motorcyclists is back and bigger than ever with the return of Hot Rod Night and Bike Night at Westgate Entertainment District. The two highly anticipated, weekly events host close to 3,000 guests for family friendly fun, live music and more. Hot Rod Night at Westgate Entertainment District Over 200… Read More →

Russo and Steele pumps $51 million into local economy

Russo and Steele
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A recent impact study completed by Applied Economics, a consulting firm specializing in economic and demographic issues, has concluded that Russo and Steele Collector Automobile Auctions attracts more than 36,000 non-local visitors and generates an economic impact of close to $51 million to the regional economy. Russo and Steele is one of the top three… Read More →

Corporate Center returns to market for resale with full occupancy

Corporate Center is a 2-story, Class-A office building located in the heart of the Metrocenter submarket, alongside Interstate 17. (Photo by Cohen Equities)

Cohen Equities acquired Corporate Center in January of 2016 with 50-percent vacancy and has brought the property to full occupancy in under a year. Now it plans to resell the asset. The national real estate investment firm pursues commercial assets that present an opportunity to add value in both secondary and gateway markets. After bringing the… Read More →

Home and Design 2017

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Home and Design 2017 was last modified: February 19th, 2017 by AZ Big Media

The Parlor’s new seasonal creations have Autumn flair

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Rustic Italian eatery, The Parlor, continues its success story and welcomes the fall season with a new menu that peaks sensations and offers inspired new dishes. The revamped menu is packed with over a dozen new elevated dishes that complement the restaurant’s commitment to craft, value, freshness and environment. The enhancements to The Parlor’s fall… Read More →

Vidula Patki joins Coppersmith Brockelman

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Coppersmith Brockelman, a business law firm in Phoenix, announced the addition of Vidula Patki as an associate. A member of the commercial litigation and elections and political law practice areas, she assists clients in complex commercial disputes, appeals, and election-related matters.  Prior to joining Coppersmith Brockelman, Patki clerked for the former Chief Judge of the… Read More →

Current Meditation will open its first location in Phoenix

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Current Meditation, the Valley’s first meditation studio that specializes in “meditation for the modern world,” announced today that it will open its first location in Phoenix, with an expected grand opening in November. Current Meditation will be one of the only health and wellness concepts in the Valley that solely provides meditation classes focused on… Read More →

Adaptive reuse project revitalizes Roosevelt Row Arts District

The Blocks at Roosevelt Row (Photo courtesy of Desert Viking)

A NEW DOWNTOWN PROJECT MERGES CHEF-DRIVEN DINING, ARTISAN RETAILERS AND WORKING ARTIST STUDIOS AND GALLERIES TOGETHER IN ONE COLLECTIVE SPACE ~The Blocks of Roosevelt Row Indulges Guests with a Place to Connect, Create and Collaborate~ Desert Viking Development is thrilled to announce a new project underway revitalizing a portion of the Downtown Phoenix’s beloved Roosevelt… Read More →

15 of Arizona’s finest young musicians will perform at MIM


Fifteen of the state’s brightest and most-talented young musicians will display their impressive virtuosity and remarkable musicianship at the 2016 Arizona Musicfest Young Musicians Fall Concert on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 1 p.m. at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM), 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix. Tickets are $20. Students from high schools in Ahwatukee, Anthem, Chandler,… Read More →

What are the 50 highest paying college majors?

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Through an analysis of hundreds of thousands of resumes and corresponding salary reports, Glassdoor has determined which majors pay the most during the first five years out of college. While STEM majors take most of the top spots, other majors can also pay you generously. Plus, for each major,Glassdoor identified three of the most popular… Read More →

CBRE kicks off 6th annual PurSUIT of Success Clothing Drive Waldemar Milz
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Commercial real estate firm CBRE is launching its sixth annual, city-wide business clothing drive. The PurSUIT of SUCCESS initiative helps women and men across the Phoenix area to access the clothing they need to excel as professionals. The clothing drive will benefit four non-profit organizations that make job training and career counseling more accessible to Valley… Read More →

CBRE Tucson releases transaction report Vitaliy Vodolazskyy
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CBRE’s Tucson office has released the following recent transaction report: USAVA Lending leased 1,521 square feet of office space at La Paloma Corporate Center. The tenant was represented by Tim DeNiro with Commercial Group of Tucson. The landlord was represented by David Montijo and Jeff Casper with CBRE. TMC Holdings, Inc. purchased a 13,001-square-foot office project… Read More →

Phoenix Rescue Mission collects 1 million water bottle for homeless

Phoenix Rescue Mission
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Phoenix Rescue Mission announced today it reached a record-breaking milestone during its 4th Annual Code:Red Summer Heat Relief Campaign, collecting 1,157,845 bottles of water for the homeless and elderly shut-ins during the four-month campaign. In celebration of the achievement, Phoenix Rescue Mission hosted its first-ever Code:Red Donor Appreciation Breakfast, last Thursday. “This milestone is a direct reflection… Read More →