Downtown scavenger hunts unite like-minded optimists who are passionate about Downtown and want great things for Phoenix. There's another hunt on Saturday Nov. 14 centered around art, culture and the light rail. Click here for more info.
With the holidays nearly upon us, money is getting even tighter. Here are some recommendations for gifts you can pick up Downtown for just a little cash. Click here for more info.
The Ro Ho En Japanese Friendship Garden is an under-funded, under-appreciated, and marvelous destination in the heart of our downtown. Click here for more info.
Here's the line up of just a few things that are happening tomorrow at First Friday's on November 6 in Downtown Phoenix. Click here for more info.
Bike racks are popping up in front of trendy restaurants and other places along the nearly one-year-old light rail line. Many business owners are realizing more people are using bicycles in connection with mass transit in an effort to clean our air. Click here for more info.
This week is No Impact Week: A challenge for people to live one-week with as little impact on the earth as possible. What does that mean? No trash, no online shopping, foregoing your vehicle and eating healthy food produced locally. Click here for more info.
Next week will be big for Downtown Phoenix. After years of waiting, downtown has its own brick-and-mortar grocery store. On Tuesday, October 27th, the Phoenix Public Market Urban Grocery and Wine Bar officially opens. Click here for more info.
I do not have kids. I am, however, aware that many people in the great Phoenix area DO have kids. All you parents out there, I tip my hat to you. I also bring good news: The Children’s Museum of Phoenix is rad. Click here for more info.
Anna Lee has been a fixture in Downtown Phoenix since 1928 when she and her husband, Kai, opened Sing High, a Cantonese-style restaurant. Click here for more info.
If you haven't already heard, Game 1 of the WNBA Championship was amazing. Click here for more info.