The recent destruction of Downtown murals, including two early Ted DeGrazia pieces, has local art advocates feeling pinched by “progress.”
At Art Detour the first weekend in March, thousands of people wandered the streets of Downtown Phoenix, craning their necks to see into local art galleries and bobbing their heads to bands jamming on outdoor stages. The 27th annual event has grown into one of the city’s largest cultural carousals. The main attraction this year was inside the building at 222 E. Roosevelt Street: two murals painted by renowned Tucson artist Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia more than 65 years ago.
With an assist from a motivated widower, Mayo Clinic uncovers a genetic link to a little-known heart condition called SCAD.
On Jan. 2, 2011, 51-year-old Judy Alico experienced blurry vision and pain in her right arm. She was rushed from her Scottsdale home to the hospital, but doctors couldn’t find the source of her decline. She died two days later, the apparent victim of a myocardial infarction, or heart attack. The sudden death of this seemingly healthy woman – who did not smoke or drink, was not overweight or diabetic, and had no family history of heart disease – baffled both doctors and her grieving husband.
Death in the Brotherhood
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Hells Angels Shootout
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Does West Valley businessman Kyle Eng finally have a formula for a Major League Soccer-worthy franchise in Phoenix? ...