Now it's as easy to keep your finger on the pulse of Downtown Phoenix as it is to play Monkey Jump on your iPhone. Click here for more info.
There's a new player in the Downtown coffee game and its name is Cartel Coffee Lab. Click here for more info.
I'll be spending my last hours on Wednesday night fighting with the rest of the mall rats and pulling my hair out over finding the perfect last minute gift. Needless to say, that leaves no time for cooking or entertaining so I'm letting someone else do it for me this year. If you're in the same boat, relax and spend your Christmas Day, December 25th this way. Click here for more info.
Well kids, we've all been to First Friday, but have you checked out Third Friday? Click here for more info.
Whether you are a college student or not, pizza is a favorite of everyone and there are many pizzerias to choose from Downtown. Click here for more info.
Tequila and mariachi pair up like black beans and enchiladas, Bert and Ernie, or starlets and tiny dogs. They were made for each other. Happily, the two are finally featured together at one venue Saturday at US Airways Center. Click here for more info.
The DREAMR awards honor those individuals and organizations whose vision and energy best exemplify the spirit of renewal in Downtown Phoenix. Nominations are currently being accepted for DREAMR as well as the 2009 Best of Downtown Phoenix Awards. Click here for more info.
A lot has changed in Downtown Phoenix since 1929 but Tom's Restaurant and Tavern is still sitting on the corner of Central and Washington, serving up hearty meals and spirits to a wide range of patrons--from working-class Joes and business people to governors and Congressmen--and providing stability and comfort in times of unrest. Click here for more info.
People who live and work in Downtown Phoenix near the lightrail are discovering more options lately when looking for a place to eat in our urban core. Click here for more info.
Going to Artlink: First Friday reminds me of a treasure hunt. So many wonderful little shops and galleries are dotted along the route – which is pretty darned big - that it’s easy to miss the lesser-known gems. Click here for more info.