Since the founding of the city in 1868, Phoenix's Mexican American community has made significant contributions to the city's economic and cultural development, while also fiercely preserving their culture and heritage. Click here for more info.
The repeal of Prohibition opened the door for the development of craft beer culture in Downtown Phoenix, starting with Arizona Brewing Company in 1933. Click here for more info.
John Hamby steps into the duel role of Phoenix Community Alliance’s (PCA) executive director and vice president of Downtown Phoenix Inc. (DPI). PCA is the membership affiliate of DPI, and downtown's premier business leadership organization. Click here for more info.
With more than 100 bars and restaurants in Downtown Phoenix, the competition is stiff. But local food and lifestyle blogger Mer Norwood helps us narrow it down. Here are her top 10 picks for the best takeout spots. Click here for more info.
From great restaurants and nightlife to museums and parks, this is the perfect pre-planned Downtown Phoenix itinerary, jam-packed with fun things to do. Click here for more info.
Wildfire Family Resilience Fund is a pool of resources that will help prevent Arizonans from being evicted. Here's how you can help. Click here for more info.
After nearly 30 years, and removing a staggering 50,000 tags and stickers during his career, Don Olund retires from the Downtown Phoenix Partnership. Click here for more info.
The New Windsor Hotel dates all the way back to 1893, when guests arrived in stagecoaches. Click here for more info.
Fans of the historic Luhrs Building will soon get a chance to sleep amongst its hallowed halls. PEG Companies purchased the building in December 2019 for $14 million, and recently... continue reading. Click here for more info.
Some examples of historic African-American properties still standing from Phoenix's early days. Click here for more info.