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Ashley Footer

B.A. from The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

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I'm Ashley, a recent graduate of Arizona State University. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication with a focus on print and online media. I have a passion for blogging, anything D.I.Y., and all things creative.

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Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine
08/15/2014
Bar Code

An Exposed Wet Bar is Transformed Into a Concealed Niche

Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine
04/15/2014
Pretty Portal

A Quick Feature on a Hidden Southwest Gem

Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine
06/15/2014
Comb Over

New & Now Trend Update

Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine
04/15/2014
Book Review

Book Blurb

Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine
06/15/2014
Book Review 2

Three book reviews about gardening and herbs.

Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine
06/15/2014
There's An App For That

Review about a star gazing app that accompanied an article about telescopes.

Phoenix Magazine
02/15/2015
Roosevelt Row Murals in Harms Way

The popular art district known as Roosevelt Row has made a name for itself as Downtown Phoenix’s hub for culture and entertainment. The plethora of public artworks that cover...

Downtown Devil
01/02/2014
Teen Pokemon player sees victory in the cards

Curtis Swick wants to be the best, like no one ever was. The 14-year-old's craft is the Pokemon Trading Card Game, or Pokemon TCG. Swick and his mother have traveled around the country so he can compete in tournaments in an attempt to become the Pokemon World Champion.

The Glendale Star
04/25/2013
Local Marines Honor Code Talker

People from all over Arizona and Marine Corps and military veterans all gathered at Sacred Hogan Navajo Frybread Restaurant, Joe's favorite eatery, to honor the silver Congressional Medal of Honor recipient. Kellwood joined the Marine Corps in 1942 right after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.

The Peoria Times
04/12/2013
Western Restaurant Gets its Start in the Heart of Peoria

FEATURED ON THE FRONT PAGE OF THE PEORIA TIMES! In the heart of Peoria’s entertainment district, the new Barrel Grill & Modern Saloon emerges amongst a sea of corporate restaurants in hopes to “feed the cowboy in all of us.”

Peoria Independent Newspaper
04/10/2013
Coffee With the Commander

The primary goal of the Peoria Police De- partment is to prevent crimes whenever possible first and respond to them sec- ond, Commander Clark Collier told a group of concerned residents March 30. That mission may sound simple, but Mr. Collier and his boss, Police Chief Roy Minter, agreed that the challenges in their growing city are just that — growing.

Peoria Independent Newspaper
04/10/2013
Coffee with the Commander Continued...

The primary goal of the Peoria Police De- partment is to prevent crimes whenever possible first and respond to them sec- ond, Commander Clark Collier told a group of concerned residents March 30. That mission may sound simple, but Mr. Collier and his boss, Police Chief Roy Minter, agreed that the challenges in their growing city are just that — growing.

The Downtown Devil
04/03/2013
Final USGD debate covers key issues for downtown student body before elections

USGD presidential candidates Travis Arbon and Frank Smith III met Tuesday night for a final debate before elections, discussing key issues like student fees, awareness of USGD and serving students on and off campus. Among the most heated topics at the Downtown Devil’s debate moderated by Downtown Devil Radio’s Andrew Romanov, Arbon and Smith discussed the impact of lobbying for students at the State Capitol.