Development in the Desert: Enterprise Article

Not everyone on board as light rail expands | Cronkite News PHOENIX – In the middle of the day, the lights are on and De La Ana European Delicatessen is open – but the door is locked. Owner Ana Berzan said she often feels uneasy at work because of people loitering around the property.

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Becoming Bruco: The creation of a thesis

Becoming Bruco: The creation of a thesis Understanding the culture of Siena, Italy means understanding the importance of family. “Thesis.” That one word has a powerful effect on college students. It is a simple name for a challenge that packs powerful punches of excitement and stress throughout its development, and a sense of achievement at…

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Quintessentially Quinn: Feature, Quinn Whissen

A young visionary builds a life and community in Downtown Phoenix   “If you get too many potatoes, you’re going to have an overflowing cup and you’re going to pay for it, which I have in the past,” says a young woman in her mid to late twenties, nodding seriously. Suddenly, her brow unfurrows and…

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Dancing with the Devils

A feature on Arizona State University’s recreational girl’s dance team for a Magazine Writing class. The air of the small gym is heavy with Bath and Body Works body-spray, sickeningly sweet, cut only by the tang of sweat and musty odor of yoga mats. A gust of air rushes over the shiny, fake oak floor…

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Show, Don’t Selfie

  A gallery of one-of-a-kind photography at the Phoenix Art Museum requires visitors to put their phones and cameras away and simply enjoy the art.   “Ooo! Quick, baby, let’s take a ‘selfie’ in front of this statue,” a young woman calls to her boyfriend, cellphone at the ready in a well-manicured hand. Benignly, the…

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