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.


DPJ Yelper of the Week: Dyanna P. on Camelback Moving

May 26, 2010 | By

Thanks to Yelp and the wonderful reviews I read, I booked Camelback Moving for my first move in seven years.

DPJ Yelper of the Week: Sunny B. on D’licious Dishes

May 19, 2010 | By

Dinner for two for about 20 bucks and homemade meals without the hassle of cooking. This place rocks.

The Big Dig Begins on New Med School Building

May 17, 2010 | By

The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix is expanding its campus in Downtown Phoenix.

DPJ Yelper of the Week: Glenn D. on Golds Gym

May 13, 2010 | By

I’ve spent about three hours here every day since they’ve opened. It’s such a great place. Can’t say enough about it.

DPJ Yelper of the Week: Dolores G. on the Met Apartments

May 4, 2010 | By

Initially hesitant with the proximity to ASU’s downtown campus, I have found it to be quite peaceful during the week and it is super quiet on weekends.

DPJ Yelper of the Week: Nathan M. on Cheuvront

April 27, 2010 | By

Really, the point of this review is to see how many times I can write “cheese.”

DPJ Yelper of the Week: Mark T. on Urban Yoga

April 20, 2010 | By

I know what you are thinking looking at my photo — dude, you’re fat. You can’t do yoga. Not only that, but I am as flexible as a board.

The Pulse | 3rd St./Washington Destinations

April 15, 2010 | By

Our next stop with Light Rail Blogger is the 3rd Street and Washington Light Rail station. Which nearby destination do YOU recommend?

Explore Your Core: Light Rail | Central & Washington

April 15, 2010 | By

DPJ and Light Rail Blogger Tony Arranaga get off the line to explore the neighborhood near the Central/Washington Light Rail station.

DPJ Yelper of the Week: Jeff C. on Revolver Records

April 14, 2010 | By

Any self-respecting record nerd must fill his/her shelves with obscure Krautrock, prog, psych and jazz. And Revolver has it, along with less obtuse titles.