Recent U.S. economic history has taught us that business bounces back to energetic levels and unemployment levels sink within about two years of a recession ending. If it seems like individuals are still waiting for that bounce, that inspiration at the end of a rough stretch, well so are nonprofits.
If you ever wanted to see one of the world's largest solar plants, take a trip out to the Arizona desert. Solana has been up and running for about a month now, and there has been a lot of discussion recently about net metering.
If you have driven on Grand Avenue through the West Valley recently, you probably understand why planners are working on ideas to improve the roadway. A group of West Valley cities and other entities formed a group to look into changes around the corridor from Loop 303 in Surprise to Aletta Street between McDowell and Interstate-10 in Phoenix.
If you are planning to be in the West Valley late Sunday, be aware, you will be far from alone. Unusually heavy traffic is expected on the roads and freeways as a NASCAR race, the Arizona Cardinals game and a concert at Jobing.com Arena bring people to the west side.
What makes a movie great is not just what you see, but what you hear. Take away the musical score from many films and they'd barely be recognizable. All this week, we'll talk with people who write these scores for the big screen.