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The 5 most haunted places in Arizona


Just in time for Halloween, we thought you might like to consider a ghostly visit to one of the five most haunted places in Arizona. Hotel San Carlos, 202 N. Central Ave. Phoenix Blood splattered on Leone Jensen’s white gown as she hit the pavement from the rooftop of the seven-story hotel. Heartbroken and lonely,… Read More →

Tractor Supply at Frontier Crossing Opens in Kingman

TractorSupply_Kingman, Velocity

The grand opening of Tractor Supply will be held November 9th at Frontier Crossing, located at the SEC of Interstate 40 and Stockton Hill Road in Kingman. The 25,898 SF store will join 99 Cent Only and Sears Hometown as part of the tenant lineup for this newly redeveloped shopping center. This will be the… Read More →

Microchip Announces FIRST Robotics results

Future of Technology - AZ Business Magazine January/February 2012
by in Business News | Tech

Microchip Technology Inc., a leading provider of microcontroller, mixed-signal, analog and Flash-IP solutions, today announced the results of the 2013 FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC) Arizona Regional, held March 22-23, 2013 in Chandler. Phoenix’s Carl Hayden High School; Tempe Preparatory Academy, Tempe; and Buena High School, Sierra Vista qualified to compete in the 2013 FIRST Robotics… Read More →

Art Walk Events in Arizona November 2011

November Art Walk Events in Arizona
by in Events

Art Walk Events in Arizona November 2011 Phoenix, AZ ~ First Friday Artwalk Friday, November 4th, 6-10 p.m. (602) 256-7539 The weather will be cooling down … just perfect for visiting our various arts districts with great spaces and amazing art. Park at the Phoenix Art Museum, and ride our free shuttles (or ride… Read More →

Route 66: What Bridges Arizona To The Rest Of The Nation

Route 66 - AZRE Magazine March/April 2011

Once dubbed the “Main Street of America,” Route 66 not only is a landmark in U.S. history, but also played a vital role in developing Arizona’s economy as a major piece of the state’s infrastructure not long after statehood in 1912. Arizona has always been known as a gateway to California. First, with the California Gold… Read More →