A big thank you goes out to all of you who attended the Museum Square open house at the invitation of Macdonald Development and Councilwoman Solange Whitehead.
St. Patrick’s Day is approaching and once again I am reminded of conversations I used to have with the last real leprechaun, my father, Jack, who called his favorite haunts “thin places.”
What is your vision for the City of Scottsdale?
I recently shared a bittersweet experience with hundreds of strangers in a city park.
When does a place become home?
The 2018 General Election in Scottsdale was full of surprises – from the overwhelming Proposition 420 victory to staggering voter turnout – but the biggest surprise might have been the bipartisan cooperation shown by the two leading vote getters in the City Council election.
Is Cuba on your travel bucket list?
Perhaps I’d been in the Valley a month when the phone rang at Scottsdale Progress headquarters. This was the spring of 1995.
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