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  • Places to Play Hooky

    Now that the weather has officially turned "awesome," here are five places Downtown where you can enjoy a ditch day. more >

  • Fun and Games (and the Light Rail) Make Downtown Shine

    Downtown scavenger hunts unite like-minded optimists who are passionate about Downtown and want great things for Phoenix. There's another hunt on Saturday Nov. 14 centered around art, culture and the light rail. more >

  • Run Don’t Walk To the Third Annual Pub Crawl

    Looking for something fun to do this Friday night? For about a buck a bar you can participate in the Third Annual Downtown Pub Crawl featuruing 15 of Downtown's finest purveyors of beer, wine and spirits. Join a couple hundred of your new best friends for a night filled with laughter and libations. more >

  • Where do you live?

    If downtown Phoenix is the urban heart or Arizona, then people are the lifeblood and the neighborhoods where the people live are the organs that supply it. more >

  • Great Holiday Gift Deals Downtown

    With the holidays nearly upon us, money is getting even tighter. Here are some recommendations for gifts you can pick up Downtown for just a little cash. more >

  • Mayor’s State of Downtown: Tuesday, November 17

    Tonight is the State of Downtown! Food, music, and an update on Downtown from Mayor Phil Gordon. Get more details. more >

  • Enjoy a Musical Blast from the Past

    Dennis Rowland, Shining Star, and a fleet of special guests will perform your favorite songs from the last four decades during "Blast from the Past" Cabaret at the Herberger Theater Nov. 13. more >

  • Ro Ho En a Stroll of Discovery

    The Ro Ho En Japanese Friendship Garden is an under-funded, under-appreciated, and marvelous destination in the heart of our downtown. more >

  • Don’t Miss First Friday: November 6

    Here's the line up of just a few things that are happening tomorrow at First Friday's on November 6 in Downtown Phoenix. more >

  • PAPA Don’t Preach

    Let Max out. I’m convinced that Max, the imaginative boy from “Where the Wild Things Are,” is locked inside every adult I know. On November 14th, you’re encouraged to release Max and all of his wild, joyful, creative impulses at the Phoenix Annual Parade of the Arts (PAPA). more >

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