Canal Divergence

It was like watching Godfather III.  That’s how disappointing this weekend’s Canal Convergence was at the Scottsdale Waterfront. For years the unique display of art had been trending as one of the city’s great emerging events. But this past weekend did Scottsdale Public Art forget to let anyone know what could previously be called a spectacle was actually going on?  … Read More

Bike Share Program Making Progress 

By Virginia Korte The lack of a robust public transportation system in our city is one of the reasons the new bike share program is an overwhelming success – which, I believe, is a creative way to address our mass transit shortcomings. Citizens’ participation in the program is nothing short of amazing. In just the first three and a half … Read More

Shawnna Bolick Earns Strong Support from Arizona Legislators

By Bolick for Arizona FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Shawnna Bolick Earns Strong Support from Arizona Legislators Phoenix, AZ- February 23, 2018- Today, Shawnna Bolick received over a dozen endorsements for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 20. “I am honored to have the early backing of so many fantastic sitting members of the Arizona Legislature,” stated Bolick. “I very … Read More

Responsible Budgets Collects Over 13,000 Signatures

Phoenix Initiative, Co-Chaired by Councilman DiCiccio and Former Congressman Chaffetz, on Track to Make August Ballot February 13, 2018   PHOENIX – Responsible Budgets, a Phoenix ballot initiative being supported by Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio and former U.S. Congressman Jason Chaffetz, announced today that they have now gathered more than 13,000 validated signatures, and are on track to turn … Read More

Who Is Carla, Plus Campaign Updates

  A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Gateway Trailhead By Solange for Scottsdale Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve is the largest urban preserve in the nation! As a Councilwoman, I will ensure that a Desert EDGE/DDC in the Preserve requires voter approval. After all, the Preserve came into being at the ballot box and voters should have the final word on any … Read More

Wise Words on Media Bias and School Choice

Many of us remember Bob Schuster as an editor for the East Valley Tribune. Bob is retired, but he is offering some sage advice to the current generation of writers and editors at the Arizona Republic. In a letter to the editor, Bob takes the Republic to task for the way it is covering the school choice issue and an … Read More