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  • New One of a Kind Plant, Art Boutique Opens in Downtown Phoenix

    The locally owned shopped is brimming with handmade pottery; folk art; plants; locally made furniture; paintings; and other decorations and clothing accessories from around the United States, Mexico and Ecuador. more >

  • Ben’s Bells Celebrates Two Years of Kindness in Downtown Phoenix

    Since opening in 2015, the Ben’s Bells Project has been giving Phoenix locals a chance to volunteer through simple and artistic methods. The nonprofit’s presence on Roosevelt and Fourth streets aims to spread a message of kindness in Downtown Phoenix. At the Ben’s Bells studio, volunteers can participate in crafting wind chimes, which all feature […] more >

  • The Whining Pig Opens New Neighborhood Bar in Downtown Phoenix’s Collier Center

    Downtown Phoenix wine and beer enthusiasts now have a new neighborhood hangout to grab a pint, sip some wine, and chow down on a gooey grilled cheese. Located at 201 E. Washington Street, The Whining Pig recently opened on the ground floor of the Collier Center, offering a vast selection of craft beers and wine, […] more >

  • Discover the Story Behind ‘Malinda’ — the Bold New Mural in Downtown Phoenix

    More than 100 years after her passing, one of the most colorful characters in Downtown Phoenix’s history is making headlines again, but not for the usual reasons. On Sunday, May 28, local artists Hugo Medina and Darrin Armijo-Wardle completed a stunning and sizable mural in the alley to the north of the recently remodeled Renaissance […] more >

  • 6 Downtown Phoenix Buildings to Celebrate During Historic Preservation Month

    In a city that’s booming with new developments, the historic places and spaces that are dotted throughout our streets can elicit a sense of mystery, awe and curiosity about days gone by. Downtown Phoenix may be considered a young city, but it’s also home to a number of historic buildings that add character to our streets, and give a glimpse into […] more >

  • Downtown Living: Broadstone Arts District Embraces Urban Living With a Creative Approach

    One of the latest residential developments in Downtown Phoenix, Broadstone Arts District luxury apartments, is an opportunity for residents to become a part of our constantly evolving local arts scene. As the new neighbor to the Phoenix Art Museum and the Phoenix Theatre on Alvarado and McDowell Road, Broadstone draws inspiration from fine art, cuisine, literature […] more >

  • Summer in the City: Top Things to Do in Downtown Phoenix

    Thermometers in Downtown Phoenix are about to get a workout: summer is officially here. But what does one do when the Valley of the Sun becomes the Surface of the Sun? You smile, that’s what. Because in Downtown Phoenix, we don’t need to beat the heat, we embrace it with tons of awesome events and […] more >

  • 5 Fun Things to See, Eat, Do and Hear This Weekend in DTPHX

    Whether you’re a wine lover, a music guru, a food fanatic — or none of the above — you’ll find something to discover (or devour) in Downtown Phoenix during the first weekend of May. Too lazy to do the research yourself? No worries. We’ve got you covered: PHX Fridays: More Art on Moreland Beer garden, food trucks, […] more >

  • New Restaurants, Jazz Festival in Store for the Urban Wine & Jazz Walk

    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 >

  • Here’s Why You Need to Try Chico Malo in Downtown Phoenix

    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 >

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