A citizen reviewer gives her take on Arizona Theatre Company’s production of “King Charles III”, currently running at Herberger Theater Center.
Desert Viking’s Blocks of Roosevelt Row project combines adaptive reuse and new construction for dining, retail, and artist studios and galleries.
Winners of the Smart City Hack, an international competition to develop tech products to solve global civic challenges, will go on to showcase in Barcelona.
DPJ’s Urban Form series looks at the interplay between movement and surroundings through the lens of dancers and architecture in downtown Phoenix.
Partnership between Baron Properties and Artlink helps connect local artists to those moving into iLuminate and Linear Apartment Homes.
RED Development and Fry’s Foods develop fertile ground for an urban grocery store in downtown Phoenix.
Wondering what to wear for the upcoming “Noche en Blanco” event at Hance Park? Check out these style idea from a few of our favorite local boutiques!
Keep Phoenix Beautiful will offer four free gardening classes for fall, beginning this Saturday, October 15 at PHX Renews in Midtown.
Celebrate Biketober with the Phoenix Spokes People this Saturday, October 15 at their group bike ride and Bike Bazaar at the Phoenix Public Market.
The first annual Noche en Blanco will feature an evening picnic all in white at Hance Park on October 22. Proceeds benefit the Hance Park Skatepark.
“Riders of the Purple Sage” is an original work commissioned by Arizona Opera and based on Zane Grey’s novel of the same name. It will have its Phoenix premier on March 3, 4 and 5, 2017 at Symphony Hall, but you can get a sneak-peak at this uniquely Western production here.
Tickets are currently on sale at AZopera.org.
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