As daylight fades to twilight, bright blue skies fade to muted pinks, purples and oranges, creating a watercolor painting overhead.
Phoenix City Council approved a $50 million agreement with Valley Metro to fund final design and pre-construction activities on the five-mile extension.
Muhammed creates paintings and found-object assemblages rooted in everyday life and spirituality. His first solo exhibition opens tonight at Modified Arts.
Join Trellis, the Phoenix Community Alliance, City of Phoenix and more for this fun Earth Day community service opportunity.
Be kind to the earth at a zero-waste event supporting environmental protection and green living with earth-friendly vendors, music, food and activities.
Stroll through galleries, see some friendly faces and meet the artists at April’s Third Friday.
Join in the third annual 1920s-themed Gin & Jazz Preservation Party, featuring bathtub gin, live music, dance lessons and hors d’oeuvres.
Sometimes it’s nice to just look out at the horizon, above the city skyline, to keep yourself grounded.
Mayor Stanton and the Discovery Triangle Development Corporation will unveil a dedication to the longtime community leader this Thursday, April 20.
Head to Steele Indian School park on Saturday, April 22 for this all day, family friendly event featuring House DJs and performers from across the country.
The Grammy Award winning Phoenix Chorale has created their own mix tape for the Valley based on votes from you, the audience. Hear some of Phoenix’s most talented singers as they perform hits from artists like The Beatles and Leonard Cohen as well as classics from masters like Bach. Performances are April 28-30. Don’t miss this special engagement!
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