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  • 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 >

  • Night Out With a DJ this Weekend: November 5 -7

    Don’t miss these DJ’s this weekend in Downtown Phoenix. DJ Sean Watson Thursdays, November 5 District American Kitchen and Wine Bar Enjoy DJ Sean Watson in the bar from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 817-5400, Caliente Friday’s, November 6 Matador Mexican Food Restaurant Enjoy DJ’s AL3 and Manic Hispanic, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Ladies […] more >

  • Forecasting the Suns

    Despite last night's lopsided road loss to a quality opponent, there are numerous reasons to believe that these Suns (4-1) are not only more entertaining than last year’s 46-win version, but far better equipped to compete for a mid-range playoff seed in the highly competitive Western Conference. more >

  • Miss Black Arizona Pageant on Nov. 22 at Herberger Theater Center

    On November 22nd, Downtown Phoenix will play host to the 2010 Miss Black Arizona Teen and Miss Black Arizona Scholarship Pageants at the Herberger Theater Center, 222 E. Monroe Street. more >

  • Buy Arizona: Apache Fair Trade Cooperative

    There’s a lot of talk nowadays about buying local. Even within the sovereign Apache nations of Arizona, there is a great need to galvanize support for local businesses. more >

  • Don’t Forget: Events for Oct. 29 – Nov. 1

    A lot of ghoulish events are happening this weekend in Downtown. Thursday, Oct. 29 Rob Zombie’s Hellbilly Deluxe 2 Tour – Oct. 29 Friday, Oct. 30 Downtown Phoenix Zombie Walk ’09! – Oct. 30 Friday, Oct.30 and Saturday, Oct. 31 at Sonoma Casual Dining The Mystery Mansion Dinner Theater Presents: Murder at Bedside Manor Saturday, […] more >

  • Third Annual Downtown Phoenix Pub Crawl

    Math isn’t my friend. It’s barely an acquaintance. But even I can do the math on the Phoenix Pub Crawl: 15 restaurants and bars for $12 per person. When you break it down, that comes to…80 cents per bar. more >

  • Best Places to Watch the Game Downtown

    C’mon, admit it, it just isn’t as much fun watching the game on your couch (albeit more comfortable) than it is yelling and screaming with your fellow fans and throwing potato skins and hot wings at the opposing team’s fans at your local sports bar. Check out’s latest list on Best Places to Watch […] more >

  • Business Owners See Green Potential in Bike Racks

    Bike racks are popping up in front of trendy restaurants and other places along the nearly one-year-old light rail line. Many business owners are realizing more people are using bicycles in connection with mass transit in an effort to clean our air. more >

  • Ode to a Phoenix

    I must be a glutton for punishment. My passion about Phoenix history burns hot like the Phoenix sun in July and as much as I love the heat, it can harm me if I’m not careful. Studying Phoenix history can do the same. more >

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