Free, Multi-Day, Super Bowl Festival Coming to Downtown Phoenix

The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee announced plans to develop a free, multi-day, outdoor festival that will take plac...

New Orpheum Theatre Film Series Showcases Hits From the Summer Blockbuster Lexicon

A new film series at the Orpheum Theatre features highly-popular movies including "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Titanic,"...

Family Friendly Things To Do in Downtown Phoenix

The ultimate downtowner's guide to fun, family-friendly things to do in Phoenix....

DTPHX In/Flux: Voices of Change, Growth In an Evolving Downtown

DTPHX In/Flux is a new monthly video series documenting the immense growth and change happening in Downtown Phoenix....

New 25-Story Fairmont Hotel Coming to Jackson and First Streets

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and Thunderbird Legacy Development announced the construction of a new 25-story hotel on t...

A Quick Guide to Waymo Self-Driving Cars in Downtown Phoenix

Over the past several months, you might’ve noticed Waymo’s white Jaguar I-PACE cars — seemingly everywhere in...

‘We can all thrive’ New mural at Arizona Center aims to the sky, brings awareness to mental health

A new mural reaches for the sky atop the Arizona Center parking garage. Titled “Expressing Ourselves! Identity, Divers...

Peek Inside Downtown’s Next Shipping Container Housing Project: IDA on McKinley

IDA on McKinley is the tallest development built from shipping containers in the nation, according to design-build firm...

We Tried 11 Amazing Asian-Owned Restaurants During Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and we’re here for it. This month (and every month) is a gr...

1970s Backroom Politics Helped Establish Beloved Downtown Phoenix Park

The dilapidated 1895 Victorian mansion found an unlikely advocate in the late-Phoenix Mayor John Driggs, who helped put...

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