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Tumbleweed Center Relocates Phoenix Headquarters

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by in In The Spotlight

Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development will expand and relocate its headquarters from Downtown Phoenix to Siete Square II, 3707 N. 7th St. in Midtown, according to Cushman & Wakefield of Arizona, Inc. Tumbleweed was established in 1972 with a mission to provide a safe space for collaborating with youth and young adults in the community… Read More →

Wells Fargo Plans 410,000 SF Expansion in Chandler

by in Business News | In The Spotlight

By Eric Jay Toll, Senior Correspondent for Arizona Builder’s Exchange | Special to Arizona Commercial Real Estate magazine   Wells Fargo unveiled its 410,000-square-foot Chandler campus expansion to a neighborhood meeting in the East Valley September 16. Arizona Builder’s Exchange broke the story Monday night that the bank filed a rezoning application with the city… Read More →

Population To Reach 7 Billion By The End Of 2011

by in Green | Infographics | Travel

Recently, National Geographic ran a feature on the world population.  Specifically, the fact that by the end of 2011 there will be 7 billion people in the world.  To put that in perspective, you could walk around the world 133 times in 7 billion steps.  And if 7 billion people isn’t daunting enough, it is… Read More →

ASU Cancels Study Abroad Program In Egypt

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by in Blogs | Education | Politics | Travel

On January 25th, Egyptian citizens erupted in violent revolution against corruption, extensive poverty, enormous national unemployment and numerous governance problems of autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak — and two Arizona State students were caught in its crossfire. The students were studying abroad in Cairo at the time political unrest hit its threshold in late January; and… Read More →

Luxury Residential Ship Allows People To Live And Work Onboard

Luxury Residential Ship Live And Work Onboard
by in Executive Lifestyle | Travel

You know what a cruise ship is — a small floating city packed with people, all-you-can-eat buffets, frosty umbrella drinks and a few families wearing matching T-shirts that say things like, “Thompson Family Reunion.” But have you heard of a “community at sea”? Imagine, if you will, a luxury community where residents have access to… Read More →

Avatar Sends An Eco-Friendly Message

Avatar Sends an Eco-Friendly Message
by in Blogs | Green

You don’t need to be a sci-fi buff to love Avatar. James Cameron makes his much anticipated return to movie making with this alien biopic of epic proportions. Outfitted with a stunning visual landscape, strong cast and concept as well as a multimillion-dollar budget, the movie is sure to provide an out-of-this world cinematic experience. … Read More →

Recycled Water — On A Journey From Space And Back To Earth

Recycled Water in Space
by in Green | Tech

There’s What in My Water? “Green” technology is constantly evolving and, consequently, so is my knowledge of it. Ever since I embarked on the journey of learning more about sustainability, nothing ceases to amaze me. Maybe some of the things I write about are old news to those more educated on the topic, but I’m… Read More →

Travel Company Sells Self-Guided Cycling And Hiking Tours Throughout Europe

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Loren Siekman Discover France Adventures Title: Founder and general manager Est.: 1994 | If trekking through the countryside of France is your idea of a dream vacation, then Discover France Adventures is your ticket to a satisfying holiday. Discover France Adventures, based in Scottsdale, is an adventure travel company that sells self-guided cycling and… Read More →