Downtown Phoenix Journal Weekly Recap
[Source: Si Robins, Downtown Phoenix Journal] — I’ve been thinking about seeing beloved members of the Downtown community leave town recently, and it had me realizing the bonds that we create in our daily lives in Downtown Phoenix, whether they be direct or indirect. This weekend we celebrated Natalie Morris‘ departure at the Urban Grocery and Wine Bar with a food and wine affair that would make any neighborhood envious. While there, I realized how many of us see each other regularly in these parts, and it’s always disheartening when one of the flock leaves the nest.
The same was almost the case in this week’s Suns Spot post. As trivial as it may seem, Suns fans have been entertained at US Airways Center by Amar’e Stoudemire for seven years. When intense trade rumors reached a boiling point last week (despite 11th hour discussions, Stoudemire remained a Sun, to the delight of most Suns fans), Chris Coffel examined the mark Stoudemire’s entrepreneurship has impacted Phoenix and how it would change (with some hilarious would-be results). Luckily, we won’t be seeing Taylor Griffin’s OK BBQ anytime soon.
Posted on February 22, 2010, in Downtown Vitality, Media and tagged Amar'e Stoudemire, Chris Coffel, Downtown Phoenix Journal, Natalie Morris, Phoenix Suns, Public Market, US Airways Center. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.