The need for non-perishable food items, toiletries, blankets, clothing and toys is higher than ever. Here are three easy ways you can help someone less fortunate. Click here for more info.
Now that the weather has officially turned "awesome," here are five places Downtown where you can enjoy a ditch day. Click here for more info.
Looking for something fun to do this Friday night? For about a buck a bar you can participate in the Third Annual Downtown Pub Crawl featuruing 15 of Downtown's finest purveyors of beer, wine and spirits. Join a couple hundred of your new best friends for a night filled with laughter and libations. 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.
It is said that good things come in small packages. I do not mind small packages but when it comes to breakfast (lunch & dinner) I like big, greasy portions. To quote Ed O’Neil in the movie Dutch, “Nothing burps like bacon…” 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.
The Artists of the Black Community/Arizona (A.B.C./AZ) will be hosting ARTLINKS FIRST FRIDAYS at Bentley's Lounge, 308 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix from 6-10 PM in November, December and January 2010: Click here for more info.
Today I took a break from my busy day to enjoy a latte at a small coffee bar located in the new Phoenix Public Market. Brewed to perfection and topped with a lovely decorative swirl, I instantly knew this was no ordinary caffeinated drink. 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.
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.