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  • Top 5 Events for Phoenix Urban Design Week Newbies

    The sixth annual Phoenix Urban Design Week, which runs Feb. 10-18, offers quite the packed schedule. Thankfully, we've done the leg work for you. more >

  • Have You Heard? The Dressing Room is Now Open in Roosevelt Row

    (Photo: Lauren Potter) Almost three years in the making, The Dressing Room recently opened its doors in Roosevelt Row, serving up a delectable menu of food, beer, wine and cocktails. Sandwiched between monOrchid gallery and iLuminate apartments, the space may be small, but its impact on the community has been huge. Most recently, the building was used […] more >

  • A Fresh Start: New, Healthy and Fun Things to do This Season

    It’s officially winter, so whip out your mukluks and prepare for the icy cold blizzards. JK. We live in a beautiful urban desert brimming with vibrant culture and events just waiting to be discovered. From romantic picnics in the park to music and food festivals galore — there’s no shortage of new, healthy and fun things to […] more >

  • Just Announced: Viva PHX 2017 Massive Lineup

    Over 75 bands will take the stage on Saturday, March 11 when Viva PHX returns for one jam-packed night of musical entertainment. Featuring 18 stages this year scattered around Downtown Phoenix — historic buildings, alleys, city streets and more — the festival’s first lineup announcement is here with more acts to be revealed closer to […] more >

  • 10 Downtown Things to Look Forward to in 2017

    Between all the new restaurants, venues, special projects and events – 2017 in Downtown Phoenix is looking pretty awesome. more >

  • Party Like it’s 2017: Your Guide to New Year’s Eve in Downtown Phoenix

    New Year's Eve is the ultimate party night but that means different things to different people. Luckily, Downtown Phoenix has a little something for everyone. more >

  • Top 10 Must-See Holiday Performances of 2016

    You’ve seen the tree. You’ve been ice skating. Maybe you’ve even taken a Selfie with Santa, but it really doesn’t feel like Christmas until you take a seat inside a cozy theater and watch one of the amazing holiday performances happening in Downtown Phoenix this season. We’ve sorted through all the performances happening downtown and […] more >

  • New Downtown Mural Promotes Art, Activity, Awareness

    Downtown Phoenix Inc. (DPI) installed several painted pots in July to break up an empty ASU-owned lot along First Avenue, just west of Civic Space Park. Very soon, a colorful new shipping container mural by local artist Andy Brown will join them. Through a partnership between DPI, ASU and the I Have a Name Project, […] more >

  • Discover More Than Just Homes at Skyline Lofts

    From a hair salon to a coffee shop, the ground floor at the Skyline Lofts Apartments at Fourth and Fillmore Streets boasts a number of new and unexpected businesses. more >

  • Watch Holiday Movies Under the Stars at Civic Space Park

    Let’s be honest: Wearing pajamas in public is everyone’s ultimate dream. (Okay, maybe not everyone.) But there is one time of the year when it’s socially acceptable to wear your jammies outside the house: PJs in the Park. A double-feature holiday movie screening, PJs in the Park has become a Downtown Phoenix tradition and it’s happening again this […] more >

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