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GCU vs UM-KansasCity (HL)

Posted on: January 31st, 2015 by xmlrpc

Coach, Dan Majerle, and the Grand Canyon University Antelopes take on the University of Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos at GCU Arena on January 29, 2015, in Phoenix, AZ. (Men’s Basketball Highlights)

Rito’s Mexican Food

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by Bob

Family-owned Rito’s Mexican Food Restaurant, home of the green chili burrito, has been serving up some of the city’s best tasting burritos for over 30 years. Rito’s, a downtown Phoenix favorite, located at the corner of 14th St. & Garfield.

Taco Guild

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

 

Taco Guild is a local restaurant known for its hipster style, fancy tacos and great local beers. Taco Guild is located in a church from the 1800’s. With great music always playing on the jukebox and a magnificent chandelier staring down at you, the environment is something you cannot pass up. Taco Guild is known for its delicious tacos and tortillas that are “as fluffy as a dream bed.”

Visit them at: tacoguild.com

Exoplanets

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

Geoff visits NAU to meet with Simon Porter and Evgenya Shkolnik. Simon takes Geoff on a journey to learn how exoplanets and exomoons are detected and Evgenya explains the importance of magnetic fields and how they are used to detect possible alien life on other planets.

Burrito House

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

 

The Burrito House is not to be reckoned with. The owners also own three other Mexican hot spots around the valley including El Sol and El Zocalo. They have a great selection of breakfast burritos and undeniably delicious tortillas.

For more information check them out here: Burrito House

Catalina Sky Survey

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

Geoff is joined by Youth STEM InvestigatorNick and they head to Mt. Lemmon to meet with Eric Christensen at the Catalina Sky Survey. Eric shows Nick and Geoff how he searches for possibly dangerous near earth asteroids using their 1.5 meter telescope.

Gadzooks

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

 

When the owner was growing up, he loved enchiladas. When he got a little older, he became “unsatisfied with eating enchiladas that were the same color as construction cones and had the texture of a hot dog bun that had been dunked in water by a professional food eater.” From there, he made his own specialty enchilada and soup restaurant. The own also explains why his restaurant is named Gadzooks, a world meaning an exclamation of surprise. “The word came from my roommate who would yell Gadzooks when he opened the refrigerator and saw his leftovers had been raided.”

Check them out at: gadzooksaz.com

Fry Bread House

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

One of the most delicious Native American cuisine restaurants out there, The Fry Bread House will not disappoint. They were voted best green chili sauce which most customers tend to put on everything! They offer a wide variety of choices from beans and veggies to honey and sugar fry bread.

Northern AZ, February

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

Explore exciting upcoming events happening in Northern Arizona during the month of February.

LBR Construction

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

Geoff builds a mock-up of the LBR (Large Balloon Reflector) with Chris Walker and Jenna Kloosterman. He then visits their lab to learn more about how the telescope will work and how they came up with such an inventive new telescope concept.

Southern AZ, February

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

Explore exciting upcoming events happening in Southern Arizona during the month of February.

What is LBR?

Posted on: January 25th, 2015 by xmlrpc

Geoff learns about the importance of magnetic fields with Evgenya Shkolnik. Then he ventures to Tucson to meet with Chris Walker and Jenna Kloosterman who are developing a new 10 meter sub-orbital large balloon reflector (LBR) telescope