Bundle up and get ready for a night of firsts and finals during this month’s First Friday.
Phoenix Theatre’s purchase of a downtown apartment complex for their apprenticeship program supports emerging theatre professionals and enriches local arts.
The Roosevelt BID proposal received unanimous support this week from the Phoenix City Council’s Downtown, Aviation and Redevelopment Subcommittee.
Join us for RadiatePHX on Tuesday, October 20 from 4-7 p.m. at Heritage and Science Park. This month’s theme is ‘Great Places in Public Spaces.’
“Arizona Lady” is a musical love letter to Arizona that Arizona Opera General Director Ryan Taylor calls “a wacky circus” with “crazy, cool stuff.”
From Phoenix art scene traditions to emerging artists, October’s First Friday is bursting with opportunities to experience downtown’s creative spirit.
Jeffrey Borup, a government lawyer and self-proclaimed urban enthusiast tells us why GRID bike is the way to go.
As the Phoenix Arts and Culture Commission prepares to celebrate 30 years on Saturday, we explore how the city’s grant program supports these organizations.
A list of Live It Up Downtown events and much more in this month’s Desk Chat with Downtown Phoenix, Inc. CEO, David Krietor.