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Phoenix, Arizona recent comments:

  • China Harvest Buffet, airborne427 wrote 10 years ago:
    Hmmm! Sooo good! Cheap to! I love this place!
  • Phoenix First Assembly of God, Mr.Montana (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    Notice that this was last edited 23 months ago, so by now possibly they may have added on?
  • Chaparral High School, Analogman (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    I think the big coke bust was 1986. The school was sometimes called the High Chaparral.
  • Former Location of 2512 Walmart SuperCenter, Inventor (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    No Wal-Mart location anymore, they moved to Bell & 19th. Ave.
  • South Mountain High School, kevin (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    best school in arizona
  • Cortez High School, Anonymous (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    Currently looks like a prison.
  • 44 Monroe, Wren (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    Did you ever see the movie "Dead End"? That's what this is going to be: a luxury high-rise standing in a roaring slum, so the residents can "get a delightful thrill from picking their way through garbage-strewn streets, past noisy gangs of street urchins, to arrive in the refined silence of the discreetly ornate lobby of their dwelling." The phrase "first against the wall when the revolution comes" springs to mind.
  • Phoenix First Assembly of God, jadeinthedesert (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    There is a misprint in the description here. The seating of the church is about 7,000 not 500. Last time I checked they were about 14,000 in membership with dozens of outreach ministries (meaning, separate small locations of individualized special interest groups that meet on their own thru the week) around the valley. They have a ministry for just about any need, area of interest and personal growth. Massive sized youth ministry which is not only individualized to grade levels, but will keep children and teens very actively involved, spiritually fed and for borderline youth - off the streets and moving in a positive direction. Bus service available for any of those unable to get to church for whatever reason and which is perfect for inner city children to attend when parents do not wish to go.
  • Chick-fil-A, phxJohnny (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    4th quarter of 2007 a Chick-Fil-A opened here.
  • South Mountain Park, South Mountain Richard (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    Historical maps and articles about South Mountain Park are on
  • South Mountain Park, BS (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    Great local hiking and biking. Nice and close if you live in the city. Good hiking for training for big hikes.
  • Shaw Butte , dsorns (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    Great hike! Great view! Great part of Phoenix!
  • Sandoval Yard, (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    Many Sandoval's occupy this area ay any given moment
  • Phoenix Memorial Park, Myykeoxinue (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    RIP Dad
  • Arizona Biltmore Estates neighborhoods, The Links, and Adobe golf courses, jizzle (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    shawn marion used to live here
  • Chaparral High School, alice d (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    in 2007 kids did a lot of really good acid at this school
  • Desert Trails Elementary School, 15553 (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    I love this school
  • Fry Building - Baxter Block, Slartibartfast wrote 11 years ago:
    It's "Majerle," not "Marley."
  • S Mountain, 3fan4eva wrote 11 years ago:
    Screw Sunnyslop....GO WASHINGTON RAMS!!!!!!!!!!!1
  • S Mountain, Mike (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    S is for Skrilla