A new mural reaches for the sky atop the Arizona Center parking garage. Titled “Expressing Ourselves! Identity, Diversity & Thriving in Adversity,” the colorful mural encourages a resilient world of... continue reading. Click here for more info.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and we’re here for it. This month (and every month) is a great time to celebrate Asian-owned businesses in DTPHX. Click here for more info.
Bit by bit, a place of literal community pride comes together. At the entrance of Roosevelt Row, on the southwest corner of Seventh and Roosevelt streets, motorists and pedestrians observed... continue reading. Click here for more info.
Republic Services, Inc. announced a $2 million sponsorship deal with the Hance Park Partner Coalition, a boon for the revitalization of Margaret T. Hance Park as a future public, cultural... continue reading. Click here for more info.
What meaningful thing can you do for teachers who have spent years working in challenging circumstances for lower-than-average wages? Million Dollar Teacher Project is trying to answer that very question. Click here for more info.
The 10th Annual Urban Wine Walk gets uncorked Saturday at 1 p.m. but before you and your entourage sip and saunter your way through downtown’s original self-guided wine tasting tour,... continue reading. Click here for more info.
To connect existing downtown light rail service with the upcoming South Central Extension project, the tracks require massive updates affecting transportation access. Starting Saturday, April 16, crews begin work to... continue reading. Click here for more info.
In the weeks leading up to the Central Station groundbreaking April 13 — 20 trees were carefully boxed up at the Central Station redevelopment site, and relocated across downtown via police escort. Click here for more info.
Located in Arizona Center's grotto, a meandering, shaded path will take children and adults on a self-guided reading adventure. Click here for more info.