Downtown Phoenix Journal Weekly Recap

DPJ_artwork_crop[Source: Si Robins, Downtown Phoenix Journal] — It was about getting back to our roots and preserving our future this past week at Downtown Phoenix Journal.  A breakfast with the mayor took us on a sweeping tour of some of Phoenix’s oldest buildings, proving once again that there is history and character in downtown Phoenix.  On Third Friday, the A.E. England Building was officially dedicated, bringing crowds for music, art, and celebration.  Meanwhile, October 15 was Blog Action Day around the world, and DPJ touched on what ASU is doing to help cool the urban heat island and preserve our precious water supply in its nifty new buildings.  And, with the Suns season right around the corner, there is no time to waste.  The first installment of DPJ’s new weekly Suns blog says the future of Phoenix sports depends on our unrelenting support of all things Suns, not just at US Airways Center, but throughout downtown Phoenix.

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Posted on October 19, 2009, in Downtown Vitality, Media and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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