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Top 5: Northern AZ Must Do's (Fall-Winter 2012)

Northern AZ Must Do's - EAZ Fall-Winter 2012

The Top 5 Northern AZ Must Do’s — as voted on by Experience AZ readers: Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas Tours 100 Lakeshore Dr., Page, AZ 86040 (888) 896-3829 lakepowell.com Whether you’re a seasoned houseboater or a first-timer, Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas provides everything you need to have the vacation of a lifetime —… Read More →

Top 5: Cultural Attractions (Spring-Summer 2012)

Top 5 Cultural Attractions (Spring-Summer)

The Top 5 Cultural Attractions — as voted on by Experience AZ readers: Biosphere 2 32540 S. Biosphere Rd., Oracle, AZ 85623 502-838-6200 b2science.org The $150 million facility opened in 1991 as a massive closed system that would last for 100 years to test nature, technology and human endurance. Opened to the public in 2002,… Read More →

Building Achievements Turned Arizona From Frontier Outpost To Thriving Haven

Hoover Dam Construction, 1933-1936 - AZ Business Magazine May/June 2011

In 1912, when it became the nation’s 48th state, Arizona was a challenging place to live. It was sparsely populated with small communities scattered hither and yon. Travel between towns was grueling. The lower desert was unbearably hot in the summer, and water was scarce and unreliable. Arizona would have had a dim future if… Read More →

Arizona Places To See

Arizona Places to Visit - AZ Business Magazine March/April 2011

  1- Arizona Science Center, Phoenix Get your hands on more than 300 different exhibits, explore the planetarium and check out the latest film on its state-of-the-art, five-story theater screen. 2- Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Chinle Canyon de Chelly National Monument offers visitors the chance to learn about Southwestern Indian history, from the earliest… Read More →

Centennial Series: Significant Infrastructure In Arizona History

Significant Infrastructure - AZRE Magazine March/April 2011
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AZRE’s Centennial Series for this issue focuses on 100 years of infrastructure. Find out what is ranked as the most significant infrastructure in Arizona history: INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM Construction completed for the I-10: 1956-58, I-17: 1954, I-40: 1961-84 I-10: A major East-West interstate highway, it runs from California, enters Arizona, continues through Phoenix and Tucson and exits… Read More →