Part one of a series on the history of the 114-year-old Joseph W. Wurth House: a story of drama, near-misses and minor miracles.
A profile of the man Harper Collins is about to make famous to middle-grade readers everywhere.
Catch these five great shows and more at the final artwalk of 2015.
Ron May and Katie McFadzen bring one-person performances of “Santaland Diaries” and “A Christmas Carol” to the Herberger Theatre Center through Dec. 26.
Find all the latest news in downtown Phoenix development, arts, community and more in this month’s desk chat with Downtown Phoenix, Inc. CEO, David Krietor
The locally-grown arts festival returns to Hance Park with three days of art, music, food and more this Friday through Sunday, Dec. 11-13.
The innovation playground we’ve all been waiting for is now becoming a real thing.
First Friday will be a feast for the senses and for holiday shopping lists, as local artists fill streets & galleries with a host of colors and concepts.
The APS Electric Light Parade will roll through the streets of central Phoenix this Saturday, Dec. 5th with the theme of “Trim the Trees for the Holiday.”
The 1949 building was the original home of Channel 5. It was salvaged in 2001 by Randy & Theresa Murray and houses video production and related companies.