Monthly Archives: September 2020

Arizona State Fairgrounds to Host Drive-In Concerts

by on September 28, 2020 0
Live entertainment will be back in Phoenix this Fall with a COVID-19 safety twist. A new socially distanced drive-in concert series called “Concerts in Your Car” is set to debut this October at the Arizona State Fairgrounds. Staged by CBF Productions, the initial scheduled shows feature Tower of Power, The Beach Boys, Aaron Lewis... Read More

Phoenix Zoo Has Reopened

by on September 25, 2020 0
After closing in March, reopening in June, and closing again because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Phoenix Zoo has eagerly started to welcome people back to the animal park. The Phoenix Zoo reopened to its members first, Sept. 14-18, 2020, and then opened to the general public on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020, according to... Read More

Arizona Has Added 80,000 New Jobs in Past Month

by on September 25, 2020 0
Nearly 80,000 jobs have been added in Arizona in the past month after the coronavirus pandemic upended the economy. “We’ve already regained more than half the jobs we lost, and the job gains have basically been in the places where jobs were lost: leisure and hospitality,” Valley economist Elliot Pollack said. “Basically the service... Read More

City of Scottsdale Lifts Mask Requirement

by on September 24, 2020 0
The City of Scottsdale has reportedly lifted its face mask requirement, citing the recent drop in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. “When the original face covering order went into effect, our hospital system was in crisis,” said Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane. “The alarming growth in cases across the county was pushing hospital capacity to the... Read More

Arizona Snowbowl to Reopen in November

by on September 24, 2020 0
Arizona Snowbowl has announced plans to open in November for the winter season with new coronavirus protocols in place. Snowbowl will open its ski season Nov. 20 with altered operations because of the ongoing pandemic. “In the many ups and downs of this unique time, one thing has remained constant: your support,” Rob Linde,... Read More