A Phoenix airfield from a bygone era has Hollywood connections and much more...
Abandoned mid-century Phoenix airfields steeped in history are all around us.
This endearing neighborhood is one of Phoenix's 35 historic districts. Laura knows it well.
The Realtor MLS (Multiple Listing Service) wasn't always digital. This is what buyers and agents used to find homes before the Internet changed everything.
Pursuit of the Lost Dutchman gold mine in Arizona's Superstition Mountains is riddled with death and financial ruin.
The Phoenix metro is at the top of the list among all U.S. counties for Native American Indian population.
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A goldminer's caretaker and a Texas veterinarian become the next to seek the treasure of the Lost Dutchman gold mine.
Frank Lloyd Wright's early commercial projects incorporated rudimentary air conditioning, but what did he think about the technology's use in residential applications?
The Arizona fable about a mysterious gold mine east of Phoenix turns out to have real-life participants and corroboration.
This feat of engineering that broke ground in 1973 supplies over half the water to Phoenix residents for home and agricultural use.
A pioneer of residential air conditioning in Phoenix has an intimate connection to the preservation of the Arizona home of author Zane Grey.
Get ready to impress your friends, family, and co-workers. Moments from now, you will be the Cliff Clavin of Phoenix trivia! Here's a list of facts about Phoenix and our great state of Arizona.
Gerald Anton, the Salt River Maricopa Pima Indian tribe leader, single-handedly turned negotiations for the tribal land that is now Loop 101 near Scottsdale.
There are perqs for Phoenix residents who endure the triple-digit Arizona summer heat. One of them is the deeply discounted resort [...]