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  • The Saguaro Tower

    Downtown Phoenix has been under a major renaissance and has at long last begun to live up to its name of mythical origin. The city is rising from the ashes and becoming something beautiful and powerful. I like the symbolism and am captivated with my romanticized version of what the City of Phoenix can become. more >

  • Welcome to Zombieland

    When I was a kid, my brother and I would root through our Halloween candy after a fierce night of trick or treating to identify the best of the stash. In short order we downed our favorite treats and entered…Zombieland... more >

  • Grand Opening of the Phoenix Public Market

    Next week will be big for Downtown Phoenix. After years of waiting, downtown has its own brick-and-mortar grocery store. On Tuesday, October 27th, the Phoenix Public Market Urban Grocery and Wine Bar officially opens. more >

  • Save the Dates: Downtown Phoenix Annual Pub Crawl and PAPA Parade

    As if the Zombie Walk isn’t enough, now there’s two great events to look forward to after Halloween. For those of you who may have missed them last year, this is your chance to sample some great beers and express your inner creative urge and parade through the streets of Downtown Phoenix. more >

  • Light Rail Playlist

    I rode the light rail on opening day, and fell in love with its sleek, silent glide. Since then, I’ve discovered that it’s the perfect place to add your own soundtrack (just remember to bring your earbuds; I’m pretty certain not everyone likes Megadeth). more >

  • Little Kid Things

    I do not have kids. I am, however, aware that many people in the great Phoenix area DO have kids. All you parents out there, I tip my hat to you. I also bring good news: The Children’s Museum of Phoenix is rad. more >

  • Signs of Promise in the Phoenix Suns

    Locally, there appears to be a latent demand for Suns news, as if fans were eagerly awaiting critical news regarding their locker room configurations. Me? I’m more hopeful to catch a glimpse of that spark…that desire to win given the odds… more >

  • Phoenix Union Station

    In June of 1996, Phoenix waved goodbye as the last train sped away from Union Station downtown. I wonder if we’ll ever see passenger trains there again. I hope so. more >

  • Top Five Theater Events for Fall

    If you like theater as much as I do, we’ve hit the jackpot this month. So, in no particular order, here’s a wish list for theater buffs: more >

  • Hot Happy Hours: October 8

    Start the weekend early, hit these downtown hot spots for a lively happy hour and generous specials. Sky Lounge Casual College Thursdays Every Thursday nights is now casual college beerfest night. 21+. 602-229-1110, Kincaid’s Fish, Chop & Steak House Join us for happy hour every day from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. or our […] more >

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