Author: DPJ Staff

DPJ Staff

DPJ Staff periodically posts news and info for residents who support our downtown and savvy visitors who want to Go Where the Locals Go.


Encanto-Palmcroft Extends Invitation to 20th Home Tour

March 21, 2019 | By

The historic Encanto-Palmcroft neighborhood is hosting its 20th home tour on Sunday, March 24.

Arizona Center Hosts Artlink Pop-up Art Exhibition

December 7, 2018 | By

“Hello, Sunshine” by Daniel Mariotti features 30 photographs, taken over 30 days of journaling.

Phoenix Festival of the Arts Returns to Hance Park

December 7, 2018 | By

The weekend-long celebration of arts, music, and culinary delights takes place December 7-9 in Margaret T. Hance Park.

Valley Metro Celebrates Rail Champions and Shares Light Rail’s Impact

December 7, 2018 | By

Valley leaders past, present and future gathered to kick-off Valley Metro Rail’s 10-year anniversary, also known as the “Railversary.”

Snooze is Coming to The Stewart

December 3, 2018 | By

The Denver-based eatery will open its sixth Valley location at The Stewart on Central Avenue.

‘Under the Vintage Roof’ Tours Highlight Historic National Guard Armory

November 8, 2018 | By

The 1963 National Guard Armory is a highlight of the “Under the Vintage Roof Tours” scheduled during the Grand Avenue Festival on November 10.

True North Studio Announces Cambria Hotel Coming to Roosevelt Row

October 22, 2018 | By

True North Studio and Choice Hotels International have started construction on the Cambria hotel in Roosevelt Row.

UA College of Medicine to Host Downtown Phoenix Wellness Market

October 5, 2018 | By

UA College of Medicine will host the monthly Downtown Phoenix Wellness Market beginning Tuesday, October 9.

Mayoral Candidate Forum to Focus on Phoenix Culture

October 4, 2018 | By

All four Phoenix mayoral candidates will participate in a forum that will focus on Arts, Culture, Historic Preservation and Parks, Monday, October 8.

Midtown Apartments Provide a ‘First Place’ for Adults with Autism

October 1, 2018 | By

The 81,000-square-foot, $15.4 million residential project is designed for adults with autism and other different abilities.