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July Concerts: Phoenix Summer Series

Summer Concert Series July Shows, Photo: Kevindooley, Flickr
July 3, 2011 by in Events | Lists

Don’t have any time for a vacation this summer? Well you can still have fun in town; check out upcoming July concerts in the Phoenix area. There are a lot of great July concerts, but stay tuned for shows in August and September as well. With so many concerts throughout the rest of the summer,… Read More →

10 Top Famous And Infamous Arizona Alumni

Arizona Centennial Series - 10 Top Headlines Spotlighting Arizona

10 Top Most Famous and Infamous Arizona Alumni Since 1885, both the University of Arizona and Arizona State have graduated hundreds of thousands of students — many of which have gone on to lead successful lives utilizing their education and experience. From the two largest schools in the state, alumni include those involved in wide… Read More →

Top Ten Sports Bars To Take Dad For Father’s Day

Top Ten Sports Bars, Photo: Paul Lowry, Flickr
June 18, 2011 by in Dining | Lists | Sports

  After all they have done for us, our dads certainly deserve a fun-filled day in their honor. So what better way to show them a good time than to sit back and enjoy some of America’s favorite pastime? This Sunday is Father’s Day, and the Dbacks are playing the White Sox at Chase Field… Read More →

Seven Top Summer Events in Phoenix

June 12, 2011 by in Events | Lists

Summertime is officially upon us, which means it’s time to relax and enjoy all that Phoenix has to offer. Phoenix has fun and exciting ways to celebrate the weekends during those hot summer months, whether it’s for a holiday or for no reason at all. These seven events are sure to get your mind off the… Read More →

Finding Filipino Food in Phoenix

Lumpia, Filipino food in Phoenix, Ariz.

Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Mexican… But, not once have I heard Filipino food as a plausible suggestion whenever it’s “let’s mix it up and not have pizza tonight” night. So tonight, venture off the beaten path and head into unfamiliar land. Yes, Filipino food can be a bit heavy on the vinegar, soy sauce, oil… Read More →

10 Top Discoveries In Arizona

centennial top 10, AZ Big Media
June 1, 2011 by in Around Arizona | Lists

10 Top Discoveries in Arizona There are many mysteries about Arizona. Before it was officially established as the 48th state in 1912, and far before colonization, there was life here. Archaeologists and investigators have been discovering ancient life and civilizations across the state, telling stories about the land before it became what it is today… Read More →

Independent Movies: Top 5 Summer Movies

Top 5 Independent Movies This Summer, Photo: Rasdourian, Flickr
May 29, 2011 by in Lists

Independent Movies: We’re all ready to see Harry Potter and X Men First Class this summer; some of us even already have our tickets to the midnight showings. But what about those other underground movies that go overlooked because they aren’t heavily promoted, fanboy blockbusters? What about independent films? An independent movie is characterized as… Read More →

Top 5 Movie Parodies on YouTube

Movie Paradies on YouTube
May 23, 2011 by in Lists | Video

We love movies; we love mockery; so movie parodies seem to be the perfect gift from the YouTube gods. Imitation is said to be the sincerest form of flattery, but this form of imitation does anything but flatter. There are so many different techniques for a movie parody, whether the creator combined two completely contrasting… Read More →

10 Top Arizona Headlines Over The Past 100 Years

Arizona Centennial Series - 10 Top Headlines Spotlighting Arizona

Arizona became the 48th state in the Union, officially gaining its statehood February 14, 1912. Since that time dramatic events have captured the news medias attention more than others. Over the past 100 years, Arizonans have become impacted by events that have not only shocked locals but also people across the nation; the following includes… Read More →

Top 5 Musicals That Represent An Era

Musicals
May 1, 2011 by in Lists

America is well known for its musicals. They are not only entertaining, but are a glimpse into the history of the United States as well. Here are the top five that have the most to say about America’s intriguing history: 5. 42nd Street Based on the novel of the same name, this 1933 film is… Read More →

Top 5 Viral Flash Mobs On YouTube

Dance flash mob at NYC Grand Central Station - Image provided by Dan Nguyen/Flickr.com
April 24, 2011 by in Blogs | Lists

YouTube has anything and everything a viral junkie could hope for — and flash mobs are no exception. Flash mobs are a collection of people, organized with the intent to perform a synchronized action, and then quickly disperse. It sounds pointless, and that’s exactly the appeal it has for millions that have stumbled upon them… Read More →

Top 5 Arizona State University Baseball Players

Arizona State Univeristy Packard Stadium - Image provided by wheelo28 from Flickr.com

As the Sun Devils return from their three-game road trip against Cal,  Arizona State University now needs to focus on finishing the second half of the season strong. They will hopefully muster up the necessary bits of strength and continue battling through the spring in hopes to make their 23 appearance in the College World… Read More →

Top Inexpensive At-Home Career Ideas For 2011

Top Inexpensive At-Home Career Ideas For 2011
April 10, 2011 by in Lists | Small Biz | Workforce

As unemployment rates continues to rise people have turned to doing things themselves, including working for themselves. There are numerous opportunities to being your own boss and working from home. Below is a list of inexpensive at-home businesses that can be started up with minimal cost. Whether you will depend on this income or just… Read More →

Commercial Corner: How to Search For Commercial Real Estate

How to Search for Commercial Real Estate in Scottsdale, Ariz.
April 9, 2011 by in Blogs | Lists | Real Estate

Although the commercial market seems dismal in certain areas of Metro Phoenix, the Scottsdale area seems to only have taken a ‘gentle’ hit. With investors flying into Phoenix from all over the world to look at commercial properties for investments, they tend to start their search in the upscale Scottsdale area where there is a… Read More →