If there's a building in Phoenix that resembles Elizabeth Shell, it's the Monroe Building on 7th Street. A Downtown Phoenix institution since the early 1900s, it has a dynamic and vibrant atmosphere that's creative, colorful and full of light. Formerly an elementary school and currently the Children's Museum of Phoenix, the Monroe Building is a center for learning, which above all describes Elizabeth. As a lifelong learner, her foremost goal is to find poignant and relevant stories and tell them in meaningful, honest ways. By using traditional journalism tools, multimedia and innovation, she strives to connect the audience to the various modes of human experience. Check Elizabeth out on LinkedIn and follow her on Twitter at @elizabeth_shell.
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.
Chemical Relief, a snack shop with plans to one day be a cooperative grocery, has opened residence on the main floor of the monOrchid.
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.
Phoenix residents might consider themselves lucky to live along the 131 miles of canals, some of the only waterfront property in the Valley. That excitement is tempered a bit when one actually looks at some stretches of the canals.
President Barack Obama addressed the Veterans of Foreign Wars convention in Downtown Phoenix on Monday morning, as so many presidents have done before, and just as predictably, wherever the president goes, the circus follows.