DPJ is encouraging those that attended CenPhoCamp to tweet their thoughts on the event. We’ll post the responses here, in hopes that the discussions continue and connections are furthered.
CenPhoCamp, an unconference on January 23, is designed to allow small businesses to help small businesses.
The once-lifeless capital city of Arizona has taken on a new look and feel recently, complete with a bustling Arizona State University campus in the heart of Downtown.
You’ve probably seen it on the news or the Twittersphere, which was blowing up with #ArpaioASU hashtags for most of the evening and into the next morning.
If you’ve never seen Brian Williams outside of watching him host NBC Nightly News, the first thing you should know about him is that he’s very, very funny.
Last week’s Greenbuild Conference wasn’t all about trade show booths and talks. Of particular interest to DPJ readers was a tour of five urban infill sites in downtown Phoenix.
October 15 is Blog Action Day, and this year’s topic, climate change, got me thinking of how Downtown Phoenix is trying to make a difference.
Several hundred students, faculty and community members were on hand for ASU’s tribute evening for the namesake of the journalism school on September 30.