Annette Fitzgerald can remember when a house cost only $5,000, you never needed to lock your door and streetcars ran down Third Street in downtown Phoenix. She has been a resident of her 1920s-era yellow home on Hoover Avenue for almost 60 years. Read more about Annette here, and you can hear from Annette below.
Annette's Home Cooking
These recipes are some of Annette's favorites, perfect for the holidays. Happy cooking!
Xeriscaping: Desert Yards
Patrick Smith dreams of a landscape that works with the Arizona climate. Learn more here.
Keeping a Historic House
Lori Nitzsche and her family treasure the items that give their house character and make it unique while updating it with modern conveniences. They enjoy telling the stories of those before them while writing their own.
Streets of Dreams: People and Places of Downtown Phoenix, is a production of the Walter Cronkite School of Arizona State University, Graduate Cohort of 2010.