DPJ Staff periodically posts news and info for residents who support our downtown and savvy visitors who want to Go Where the Locals Go.
Join Phoenix College on October 26 for Food Day, a nationwide celebration of healthy and sustainably produced food, and a campaign for better food policies.
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.
Partnership between Baron Properties and Artlink helps connect local artists to those moving into iLuminate and Linear Apartment Homes.
Keep Phoenix Beautiful will offer four free gardening classes for fall, beginning this Saturday, October 15 at PHX Renews in Midtown.
Supported by Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and Phoenix Public Library, the selected poet laureate will begin a two-year term beginning January 2017.
Chico Malo, which will put a lively spin on Mexican cooking, is set to open this December at CityScape in the space formerly occupied by The Corner.
The Phoenix Local Organizing Committee announced today that a number of fan events at the Final Four will be hosted at various downtown Phoenix locations.
After voting to explore the possibility of selling Chase Field, the Maricopa County Stadium District Board has retained CBRE to appraise its value.
As The Nash marks four years in downtown Phoenix, the Jazz Forward Coalition has named them one of four partners in its national “jazz hubs” initiative.
Join central Phoenix’s first coworking community, CO+HOOTS, for their six year anniversary party this Friday, Sept. 30 at their new midtown location.