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  • Valentine’s Day 2018: A week of drinks, dances and dates in DTPHX

    It’s that time of year again — Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re spending the day with your sweetheart, a group of friends or just want to treat yo’self, there are 50-plus shades of things to do in Downtown Phoenix. Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) falls on a Wednesday this year with celebrations and events scattered throughout the […] more >

  • Helping Downtown’s Homeless: Nonprofits Suggest Donating Time, Other Goods Instead of Meals

    Nothing brings people together like the power of food, especially around the holidays. So during the season of giving, it’s no surprise that many people want to donate a home-cooked meal. Handing out meals on the street really ramps up this time of year around the Human Services Campus, just west of Downtown Phoenix. It’s […] more >

  • 10 Reasons to Love Downtown’s Anonymous Sidewalk Artist

     Here in Downtown Phoenix we have a variety of large buildings and local art, but have you tried looking down? It appears we have a mysterious sidewalk artist painting simple and lighthearted cartoons around our concrete jungle. We are uncertain of their identity but the mystery is just as exciting as their sidewalk art throughout Roosevelt Row […] more >

  • Ways To Support Downtown’s Homeless This Holiday Season

    Homelessness and poverty are year-round problems, but during the holidays, people tend to think most about it the most and want to give back. 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 >

  • The Vision for a Downtown Grocery Store Takes Shape

    Plans call for two new towers, one residential high-rise and one office mid-rise with a Fry's grocery store, retail and restaurants on the ground floor. more >

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