With more than a century of celebrations, the Tempe Settlers Picnic will be held Oct. 14 at Arizona Community Church, bringing together longtime community members and hopefully a new group of enthusiastic residents.
Arizona was more than 2,000 miles away from the location of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, but several cities around the state have permanent memorials honoring the victims.
In most cases, those memorials feature sections of the World Trade Center.
Iconic signs from Tempe’s past and present aim to connect the community and their shared memories of local businesses in Tempe History Museum’s latest exhibit, Tempe Signs, creating a visual representation of the city’s evolution.
The Nile in downtown Mesa, which was constructed nearly a century ago as a movie house and was the first air-cooled building in Arizona, may be getting a historic landmark preservation and protection …