Maya Foxall is a journalism student at ASU’s Cronkite School in Downtown Phoenix. She is a magazine reporter for the State Press and has written for the online publication as an arts and culture reporter. Maya is currently the Instagram director for a non-profit organization and recently hosted an Italian culture radio show through the Blaze. She is very involved in downtown activities and looks to shine a light on the arts and culture the area has to offer.
This Midtown location of the local coffee business opened nearly a year ago.
Cha Cha’s Tea recently opened its doors on Grand Avenue and offers a selection of teas from chai tea lattes to classic iced tea.
Even Stevens is expected to donate 100,000 sandwiches to local nonprofit organizations by the end of April.
Onyx Art and Events is bringing awareness to jazz music and culture with the International Jazz Day Celebration on April 8, 2018.
Following a lawsuit and public comment period, the FAA is changing two flight paths out of Sky Harbor Airport.
The Pedal to the Metal: PHX Bike Rack Project brings new artist-designed bike racks to Phoenix.
From this year’s lineup to what you can bring into the festival, this list will prepare you for M3F on March 2-4, 2018.
The Annual PHX Vegan Food Festival will be held at Margaret T. Hance Park on Feb. 24, 2018.
Meet Maya Foxall, one of DPJ’s new interns for the spring 2018 semester.
The Heard Museum is hosting a Mural Project with a Cheyenne Randall Feb 2-8, 2018.