Legislation that would add $3.5 trillion in spending over 10 years through budget reconciliation has run into delays. But a new report by ASU’s Seidman Institute shows that, if that $3.5 trillion is implemented, Arizona’s economy would be helped significantly.
The impact of the pandemic has been felt by all of us, including nonprofit arts organizations.
Arizona Citizens for the Arts dramatically reduced its staffing during the worst of times last year, and now the statewide organization is searching for a new executive director.
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said the Bureau of Land Management’s headquarters will return to Washington, D.C. The Show spoke with reporter Bente Birkeland to learn about the general reaction to this move in Colorado and among Colorado’s elected officials.
Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation Tuesday night unveiled the results of its community survey at a fundraising event tying into the fall equinox. The final draft provides insights into the next stage of growth for the area.
The Phoenix City Council approved a $12 million financial assistance program to provide monthly stipends to families for 12 months. The money comes from the federal American Rescue Plan Act. → More Arizona Business News
Phoenix is working on a new program to get more people to work. On Tuesday, the City Council unanimously approved using $10 million in federal funds to provide training, education and monthly stipends.
Immersive art is transforming the way we experience exhibits. Will it impact Arizona museums? The Van Gogh Immersive Experience is now showing in Old Town Scottsdale and it’s appealing to a younger generation.
Legal sports betting officially opened in Arizona this month, and early returns suggest it’s going to be very popular. Ads for companies offering gaming opportunities via a smartphone or tablet are ubiquitous — so if you’re interested, it’s going to be simple to make a bet.
Many restaurants are foregoing traditional menus for online ones accessible through mobile apps, opened with QR codes, which can be pasted to the top of your table. But for some, being able to page through the menu is part of the dining experience itself.
Mesa just launched a new program to help small and micro enterprises. Arizona’s third-largest city is targeting businesses with fewer than 25 employees that are technology challenged or have a hard time getting traditional loans or other resources.