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  • Lost Lake Festival: Get the Rundown on Music, Food, Local Flair

    Calling all foodies, music lovers and fans of having a good time. Lost Lake Festival is so close, we can feel the energy starting to build in the Phoenix metropolis. Whether you’re like me and bought your ticket back in May, or you aren’t entirely sure what this new festival is all about, you should […] more >

  • Enjoy a Pancake Brunch Al Fresco Benefitting Local Nonprofit Trees Matter

    It’s that time of year again. The monsoons have passed, the temperatures are dropping, cool breezes are blowing through the Valley and soon there will be…PANCAKES! October 28 marks the fifth annual Mesquite Pancake Breakfast hosted by Trees Matter, a local community-based nonprofit dedicated to increasing the tree canopy in the Valley. The festivities start at […] more >

  • Historic Monroe Street Abbey Update: Dreams of a Mixed-Use Community Space Take Shape

    The Monroe Street Abbey contains more than just memories. It has captured the collective imagination of the community. “It’s amazing that so many people are anxious for this place to get going — and so am I!” said Katherine Patry, a board member with the Housing Opportunity Center, which owns the building. Getting it to this […] more >

  • Fall Theater Preview 2017: 12 Must-See Shows This Season

    From intimate jazz clubs like The Nash to grand spectacles at Symphony Hall -- Downtown Phoenix has the very best performances of the season. Check out our top picks from the Black Theatre Troupe, A/C Theatre Company, Ballet Arizona and many more. more >

  • Downtown Living: Union @ Roosevelt Adds Sustainability, Walkability to Downtown Apartment Options

    What makes Union @ Roosevelt unique is a focus on being part of a true, walkable urban neighborhood. more >

  • 6 Bike Lane Projects Coming to a Downtown Neighborhood Near You

    Right now, Phoenix lacks a comprehensive bicycle network connecting the downtown business district with surrounding neighborhoods. But a number of improvement projects aim to change that. From road “diets” to restriping, the City of Phoenix is not only focusing on making downtown more bikeable, but more walkable and livable too. Six projects impacting downtown are in the […] more >

  • 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 >

  • 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 >

  • Take a Walking Tour with the Downtown Phoenix Ambassadors

    The Downtown Phoenix Ambassadors are kind of like urban experts. We can help you find a parking spot, make a dining recommendation, walk you to your car, or even take you on a fun guided tour. My passion is history, so I came up with this walking tour based on its proximity to historic buildings, […] more >

  • New Things to See, Hear and Do at Viva PHX 2017

    Now in its fourth year, Viva PHX continues to provide us with near unlimited opportunities to discover. From talented musicians from around the world to amazing venues (and many a hidden track along the way), this is a true walking music festival that is best experienced than explained. There are at least 100 reasons to go to Viva PHX […] more >