Sunday, August 26, 2018

Homes to replace golf course next to Phoenixs' South Mountain

A prime piece of Phoenix land, home to a golf course for decades and next to the biggest city park in the U.S., will soon sprout new houses.


Arizona economic growth likely to accelerate, new report says

Economic conditions have improved "dramatically" in recent months for Arizona and the nation, and state-growth projections have been revised upward, according to a new report produced by the Governor's Office. 


ASU expands to historic building in downtown Los Angeles

Arizona State University is boosting its footprint in Los Angeles, another expansion in a major city outside the school's home state.


Sunday, August 12, 2018

VR tours open up Taliesin West, other Arizona attractions to digital tourism

When the Internet was new, before even the World Wide Web, cyberpunk authors envisioned the potential for immersive virtual reality online. More than three decades after William Gibson's seminal "Neuromancer," the reality of VR hasn't quite caught up to that fictional vision ... but we're getting there fast.


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