Phoenix- not too hot for entertainment
Photo right: Chase Ball Park Stadium in downtown Phoenix, AZ. Home of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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Phoenix, Arizona is the captial city of Arizona. Phoenix, AZ. located in central Arizona, is the most populous capital city in the United States. It is the fifth largest city in the U.S. covering nearly 400 square miles.
The Phoenix, AZ metropolitan area is the 13th largest in the U.S., according to 2006 U.S. Census. (references, history and links: wikipedia). Phoenix is a popular tourist destination from September through May when temperatures are at their most moderate. The Phoenix real estate market isn't as down as other sectors of the housing market. Growth continues to expand on the fringes of Phoenix and spill outside county limits.
The Phoenix Entertainment Magazine is an online segment of the Entertainment Magazine, a publication established in 1977 in Arizona. If you spelled Pheonix instead of Phoenix, or Phenix, it is a common mistake. Other spelling of Pheonex or Fenix is also written by mistake. The correct spelling is Phoenix pronounced as fi-n-ks (English: Phoenix, Navajo: Hoozdo, lit. "the place is hot", Western Apache: Fiinigis).
Phoenix has an average annual maximum temperature that is the highest of any major U.S. city. Summer temperatures can range above 110 degrees F for thirty days or more. On an average only five days a year may drop at or below the freezing temperature.
Despite the warm temperatures, people continue flock to Phoenix.
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