The Bard: A Fabulous Entrepreneur Who Died 400 Years Ago

By Jorge Céspedes, Guest Writer People naturally think of Shakespeare as an artist and a playwright, but he was also a pretty good business man. In 1599 he built the largest open air amphitheater in London: The Globe Theater. He knew his market, he knew how to cater to that market, he made true real […]

T-Birds in the Desert: Just a bit outside

The great outdoors of Arizona beckons but alas, we must stare at the Stacks instead of the sunsets in Sedona.  We all have “must-see” lists to hit before we leave AZ and here are a few more “off-the-beaten” track destinations (within a 30 mile radius) to consider: Taliesin West Once Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home […]