Meridian City Hall (Actually, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City)

Mural above the main entrance to One Rockefeller Plaza, New York City

Phoenix is fucking hot. Imagine dragons… it’s been a while.

July 27, 2015


Amazing how you can be a stranger – and not – in your home town, in other peoples’ towns, in other countries, etc… and still belong… and yet, not. Nothing to brag about, lots to wonder. I had a memory today about when I was kid in this town, trying to work out the heat […]

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Republicans Dance Around ‘Development’ During Debates

August 7, 2014


Just over two weeks remaining before the primary, and Arizona’s potential Republican chief executives have circumvented public discussions about the real estate market, and the return of cranes to Arizona’s skies. Yet the state’s historic reliance on construction was the first of several economy related topics at the Republican Forum for Arizona Governor at the Arizona […]

Posted in: Arizona Politics

Devils in the White City

November 6, 2013


Midterms-in-hand, ASU Real Estate Development Master’s Candidates set out Sunday to join their alumni and prospective employers at the Urban Land Institute’s fall meeting in Chicago, Il. The sun set early as the Devils ascended into the eastern sky, their trek a welcome change from the design-studio-style class of almost thirty. The faction of future […]

“Twerk and Shout” Sundevils React to Changes in the Dictionary

October 25, 2013

0 (click the link to read the published story, edited by ASU State Press Magazine Editors.) (Originally written version, including some commentary along the way and a writer’s note at the end.) TWERK AND SHOUT! Long before fire and the wheel, humans figured out grunts and clicks to convey ideas. We haven’t shut up since. […]

Observers Echo Arias Jury Ambivalence

May 25, 2013

0 On location, Maricopa County Ariz. Superior Courthouse.

Posted in: Courts

Kidnapper Beauty Queen Requests Early Release

October 18, 2012

0 (click the link to be taken to page.) Photo Credit: Tucson Citizen

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SB1070 Exclusive: First Man in Line is an American and Mexican

April 25, 2012


The first man in line at the U.S. Supreme Court to hear arguments in Arizona’s historical immigration case is both a Mexican and American.