When I was a kid, my brother and I would root through our Halloween candy after a fierce night of trick or treating to identify the best of the stash. In short order we downed our favorite treats and entered…Zombieland... Click here for more info.
As if the Zombie Walk isn’t enough, now there’s two great events to look forward to after Halloween. For those of you who may have missed them last year, this is your chance to sample some great beers and express your inner creative urge and parade through the streets of Downtown Phoenix. Click here for more info.
I rode the light rail on opening day, and fell in love with its sleek, silent glide. Since then, I’ve discovered that it’s the perfect place to add your own soundtrack (just remember to bring your earbuds; I’m pretty certain not everyone likes Megadeth). Click here for more info.
If you like theater as much as I do, we’ve hit the jackpot this month. So, in no particular order, here’s a wish list for theater buffs: Click here for more info.
Rainbows Festival is what I call “Pride-lite”- it’s like Pride but without the parade. Click here for more info.
My favorite of all the spoken word gatherings is called "HomeBase: The Poets’ Poetry Set," which is held on the first and third Sundays of the month at the Downtown Sheraton Phoenix. Click here for more info.
I feel askew when I’m walking along Grand Avenue on First Fridays. My internal compass tells me that I’ve fallen off the grid. I like that feeling. Click here for more info.
Some places are just as magnificent as the ticketed events themselves. The Orpheum Theatre is definitely one of those places. Maybe that’s why it’s so little black dress worthy. Click here for more info.
I wanted to make one of my first official blog entries for DowntownPhoenix.com about two things I really like: tequila and art. Let’s face it, who doesn’t? Click here for more info.
It's July 3rd, First Friday night! There are so many different groups, and this is why I love Phoenix's First Friday. There are Goths, followed by a family, then a high school couple, then a street show featuring roller blades and tutus. Watching the crowds go by is better than watching TV. Click here for more info.