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The brick-red hued beams, the imaginative pathways and terraces, the buildings that seamlessly and ever-so-effortlessly merge nature and architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright’s work has not only had an impact on the Valley’s desert landscape and how we see it, but also on Valley residents’ lives.
When saxophonist Everette Harp moved to North Scottsdale four years ago, he saw a lack of support for jazz musicians. So, he and longtime friend Randy Jackson are collaborating to bring the inaugural Firebird Music Festival Jazz Night to WestWorld on Sunday, Sept. 23.
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After a contentious years-long battle over the future of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve, Scottsdale voters unequivocally threw their support behind Proposition 420, the city charter amendment giving them final say in new development on the site.
With the Nov. 6 election in the books, Scottsdale voters overwhelmingly supported Proposition 420 and the City Council candidates who took hard stances both for and against the citizen-driven initiative to reinforce protection of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve from development.