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14,000 miles traveled during Grid Bike Share’s 1Q

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March 26, 2015 by in Featured | Transportation

The Grid Bike Share program boasted a successful first quarter since the launch of the program in November. The program has garnered 2,250 members since the start and that number is growing. Bike share members have cumulatively racked up 11,000 trips totaling 14,075 miles in the first quarter of the program, according to the Phoenix… Read More →

Pima Air & Space gets 787 Dreamliner from Boeing

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The Pima Air & Space Museum announced it will join the ranks of the very few with the donation of an original flight test 787 Dreamliner from The Boeing Company into its expanding world renowned collection.   The 787 Dreamliner, known as ZA002, will arrive today at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and then be towed to… Read More →

Arizona research saves lives of cardiac arrest victims

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Survival rates for victims of cardiac arrest are increasing dramatically – all because of research being done right here in Arizona. You can learn about that and how to do CPR at the next session of Mini-Medical School 2.0 at The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix. Mini-Medical School 2.0 is a community lecture… Read More →

Discount Tire earns Brand of the Year Award

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Discount Tire, the world’s largest tire and wheel retailer, today announced that the company has earned the 2015 Harris Poll EquiTrend® Auto Service Center Brand of the Year award for the third consecutive year.   Discount Tire was ranked higher than the nation’s other top auto service center brands by consumers nationwide. The complete 2015 rankings for… Read More →

WestWorld hosts first Scottsdale Home & Travel Show

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Are you looking for ways to turn your house into your dream home? Or are you dreaming of finding that ideal getaway that’s the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation? This weekend, you’ll be able to do both with one stop. AZ Big Media will debut the first Scottsdale Home & Travel Show March 28-29… Read More →

Arizona Summit Law School among best for diversity

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Arizona  Summit Law School was named one of the “2015 Most Diverse Law Schools” in the United States by PreLaw Magazine. The private law school, located in downtown Phoenix, earned an A+ rating and was named among the top ten law schools for diversity by the publication, which regularly evaluates law schools across the country accredited by the American Bar… Read More →

CoreNet Global event discusses UA, Banner Health merger

Rendering, planned clinical tower, Banner-University Medical Center Tucson. Image courtesy of Shepley Bulfinch.

The merger of Banner Health and the University of Arizona Health Network highlights the stark challenges that academic medical centers face in the new economics of healthcare, according to modernhealthcare.com. The Banner/UAHN acquisition will be the topic of the CoreNet Global Arizona’s Annual Signature Event. “Transforming the Healthcare Landscape in Arizona” will be moderated by… Read More →

Page Springs brings back Tilted Earth Wine & Music Festival

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 Page Springs Cellars and celebrated Arizona Winemaker Eric Glomski are pleased to announce the release of tickets for the second annual Tilted Earth Wine & Music Festival on June 19 and 20 at Riverfront Park in Cottonwood. Tickets will go on sale Thursday, March 26 through the Page Springs website. The vibrant festival returns this year with an… Read More →

A/V technology is the fifth utility

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March 25, 2015 by in AZRE Magazine | Featured | In The Spotlight

Shopping malls, doctors’ offices, corporate board rooms, restaurants and student classrooms are just a few of the common places that feature engaging audio visual (A/V) technology. Before the boom of the digital age, construction planning included four main utilities: water works, electric, gas and telecommunications. Integrating audio visual equipment has often been an afterthought, typically… Read More →

Cox Arizona strengthens field operations team

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Cox Communications has announced that four Phoenix-area employees, Lance Zielinski, Vince Merseal, Jim Mayorga, and David Rosales, have been promoted and will each be taking on new responsibilities as field operations supervisors. As recently promoted field operations supervisors, each of these Cox Arizona employees will now be responsible for assuring the quality performance of installation… Read More →

Seaton Smith on Eddie Murphy, texting and driving, Phoenix

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Seaton Smith will leave you in tears – happy tears – as he brings to the stage a performance filled with energy and unforgettable characters.  Seaton made his debut as the comedian named Motif on NBC’s The John Mulaney Show, and has headlined shows and performed at college campuses all over the country.  He was… Read More →

Beauty and the Beast Rugby Bowl comes to Scottsdale

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Scottsdale Stadium is home to the San Francisco Giants for spring training, but a different type of sporting event will be hosted at the venue April 18. The 2nd annual Mercedes-Benz of Scottsdale Beauty and the Beast Rugby Bowl offers spectators a chance to experience three rugby games in addition to a fashion show and… Read More →

Former White House doctor will speak at healthcare awards

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Although she doesn’t, Dr. Connie Mariano could boast about her title as the first Filipino American in history to receive the rank of Navy Rear Admiral. However, when she reflects on her past, this “first” may not seem quite as significant as another first: “the first patient.” This is how Dr. Mariano, former White House… Read More →

University of Arizona launches new UA online campus

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The University of Arizona is now registering students for 21 undergraduate degree programs offered under the newly launched UA Online campus. The undergraduate degree programs join a robust slate of over 40 online graduate school degrees and certificates the university has offered for several years. Scheduled to begin in August 2015, the new online degree… Read More →