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Wicked Tango presents: Red, White & Rawhide

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June 18, 2015 by in
When: July 4, 2015 @ 5:00 pm
Where: Rawhide Western Town , West North Loop Road, Chandler, AZ 85226, USA

Wicked Tango presents! Red, White and Rawhide! July 4th Three stages, 6 bands including Grammy Winner, and Producer extraordinaire, and the man behind the hits of Selena “A.B. Quintanilla and Los Kumbia King All Starz,”… Read More →

Partisan system: Is it working? Is it fair?

Author Paul Johnson, former mayor of Phoenix, is chairman of The Nonpartisan Movement's 501c4 in Arizona.

The evidence says that we should be optimistic about the future.  Through innovation, entrepreneurs and dynamic businesses, we are on get verge of driverless cars, new energy sources, a cure for cancer, extending human life and untold millions of other wonderful discoveries.  Here in Arizona we have an amazing potential for job growth and an… Read More →

Polsinelli rolls out new bankruptcy app

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Polsinelli has announced the official release of the “The Devil’s Dictionary of Bankruptcy Terms,” the electronic version, or app, of the original publication, “The Devil’s Dictionary of Bankruptcy Terms for Commercial Lenders,” now in its 2nd edition. The “Devil’s Dictionary” is a guide for commercial lenders and other restructuring professionals to obtain a quick reference to… Read More →

Deborah Ostreicher named assistant aviation director

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Following a national search, Deborah Ostreicher has been selected as the newest Assistant Aviation Director for the City of Phoenix. The Aviation Department oversees Phoenix Sky Harbor, Deer Valley and Goodyear airports and is an active member of the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority. Ostreicher has been with the city since 1996 where she began as… Read More →

Mt. Baker Vapor relocates to Mesa

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Mt. Baker Vapor has officially announced their plans to relocate their operations from Bellingham, Wash. to Mesa after the introduction of legislation seeking taxation on the sale of their products, ultimately impacting Mt. Baker Vapor’s operations. Founded in March 2011, Mt. Baker Vapor has grown rapidly alongside the burgeoning vaping movement. They have the distinction… Read More →

REDW Stanley Financial Advisors makes top firms list

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REDW Stanley Financial Advisors LLC, an SEC registered subsidiary of REDWLLC,  has made CNBC’s list of the Top 100 Fee-Only Wealth Management Firms.  Coming in at number 90 nationwide, REDW Stanley is the only NM and AZ firm to make the list.  REDW Stanley  is a subsidiary of REDWLLC, one of the Southwest’s 10 largest… Read More →

Workers in state wait to see if personal data was taken

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Arizona has more than 55,000 federal employees who could find out as early as Monday if they are among the 4 million federal workers and retirees whose personal information may have been compromised in a cyberattack. The Office of Personnel Management announced late Thursday that it had detected, in April, a breach of worker records… Read More →

TGen study may help stop spread of Staph

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Staphylococcus aureus — better known as Staph — is a common inhabitant of the human nose, and people who carry it are at increased risk for dangerous Staph infections. However, it may be possible to exclude these unwelcome guests using other more benign bacteria, according to a new study led by scientists representing the Translational… Read More →

Recreation agreement extended for Valley canal system

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Walkers, joggers, bicycle and horseback riders have been recreating on Valley canal banks for decades, and have been invited to do so by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and Salt River Project. And, now that these two entities have signed an extension to a 1964 agreement that gave SRP authority to grant use-authorization permits to… Read More →

Tucson economy expected to outpace U.S. by 2017

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Tucson’s economic growth is expected to outpace the national economy by 2017. That was a key message during today’s University of Arizona Eller College of Management 2015 Mid-Year Economic Update Breakfast at the Westin La Paloma Resort in Tucson. More than 330 people attended the event to hear presenters George W. Hammond, Ph.D., director and… Read More →

McShane promotes Elmer to VP of Phoenix office

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June 5, 2015 by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

Jeffrey A. Raday, P.E., president of McShane Construction Company, has announced that Milt Elmer has been promoted to vice president of the firm’s Southwest office in Phoenix. Elmer offers nearly 45 years of construction and field supervision experience and has demonstrated his skillful construction management and leadership expertise through the successful completion of numerous high-profile… Read More →

2015 Positively Powerful Women Awards on June 5

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This year, the 8th Annual Positively Powerful Women Awards Luncheon celebration will be a part of the Positively Powerful Leadership Conference, a day filled with outstanding local and national speakers who will empower and inform participants in an exciting, dynamic and uplifting environment. The Positively Powerful Leadership Conference will be held from 8 a.m. to… Read More →

10 ways to be more likeable at the office

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Being good at what you do is obviously important, but being liked by your coworkers, colleagues and clients is just as important. Without the likeability factor, people are going to be less likely to want to work with you, which can have devastating consequences in business. Jacqueline Whitmore, an internationally-recognized etiquette expert, author and founder… Read More →

Phoenix falls in ranking of energy-efficient cities

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Phoenix has made improvements in its energy efficiency policies but still fell three spots in a national ranking, as other cities made “impressive jumps” and surged ahead, according to a report released Wednesday. The second biennial ranking by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy of the largest 51 cities in the nation saw Phoenix… Read More →

Increase in wild burros threaten Arizona native habitats

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Arizona Game and Fish says the increasing number of wild burros in the state is damaging native habitats. The agency wants the federal government to control them before the problems gets worse. Arizona Game and Fish said wild burro population is growing at such an alarming rate that they are damaging natural habitats and crowding… Read More →