Friday, May 14 through Sunday, May 23, Downtown Phoenix Inc. will host the first-ever DTPHX Lotería – part art walk, part game, part celebration of local businesses. Click here for more info.
Looking for ways to be more sustainable? Here are some easy tips. Click here for more info.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to see the reality of life in every Arizona city, including Phoenix, and the very real cracks in the various systems we rely on for survival and support, not to mention the ability to thrive. Click here for more info.
As executive director of the Human Services Campus in Downtown Phoenix, Amy Schwabenlender develops and leads strategic work to end homelessness through permanent, supportive housing. Read more about her take on how to help solve this complex issue. Click here for more info.
In order to help dispel some of the myths surrounding homelessness, and the damaging stigmas that follow, the Phoenix Community Alliance's Social and Housing Advancement Committee is opening up a public dialogue on the subject called "Community Voices." Click here for more info.
Two renowned local artists, Miles “El Mac” MacGregor and Thomas “Breeze” Marcus, are currently wrapping up work on a new 45-foot mural sponsored by the Downtown Phoenix Partnership. Click here for more info.
What if I told you that your greatest idea for the next biggest thing since the Square card reader was more attainable to create than ever before? Would you dream... continue reading. Click here for more info.
In March 2020, much of the life and activity in Downtown Phoenix ground to a halt. A number of small businesses had no choice but to close, either temporarily or... continue reading. Click here for more info.
A colorful, celebratory and personal reflection of downtown, Ashley Macias was selected through a public call to artists by Downtown Phoenix Inc. (DPI) and Artlink. Click here for more info.
The U.S. Small Business Administration prioritizes small and microbusinesses in Paycheck Protection Program. Click here for more info.