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One of the latest residential developments in Downtown Phoenix, Broadstone Arts District luxury apartments, is an oppor...
Thermometers in Downtown Phoenix are about to get a workout: summer is officially here. But what does one do when the Va...
Whether you’re a wine lover, a music guru, a food fanatic — or none of the above — you’ll find somethin...
Start spreading the booze (and hydrating now), because the favorite event of wine lovers across the Valley returns Saturday, May 6 — this time with 100 percent more jazz. Recently reimagined as the Urban Wine & Jazz Walk, the popular event returns for its seventh year to satiate the senses of day drinkers in Downtown Phoenix and beyond. The […] more >
Downtown Phoenix is home to a host of stellar bars and restaurants (here’s proof), but for years we’ve been missing one big thing: Mexican food. Thanks to the hard work of some fellow downtowners, this dining drought is now over. Chico Malo (“bad boy” in Spanish) recently opened its doors at CityScape Phoenix. Taking the […] more >
The lineup for the inaugural Lost Lake Festival in Phoenix has been announced. From Superfly, the creators of other major music festivals Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, the three-day music festival is slated to rock Phoenix’s Steele Indian School Park October 20-22. Over three days, festival goers can lose themselves in more than 40 musical acts, culinary experiences, […] more >
Not many people can say that Keith Urban and Aerosmith have performed in their backyard. But for Kayla Koch, a resident at en Hance Park condos, front row seats to world-class concerts and cultural events are a normal part of life. When the March Madness Music Festival recently took over Margaret T. Hance Park in Downtown […] more >
Not going to lie: I know nothing about baseball (or sport in general, really). But there’s something I love about catching a D-backs game at Chase Field… For this Aussie raised in the outback, it all just feels so darn American. And speaking of which, what would American baseball be without outrageous food? I don’t […] more >
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