Mila Suzich is a central Phoenix resident who prides herself on being in the know of what’s happening around the city and loves supporting local businesses. She is a senior at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the 2017 summer intern for DPJ. When she isn’t involved with writing, she can usually be found behind a camera capturing images of the city’s many local establishments and events.
The annual Social Media Day conference returns Friday, June 30, and with it brings a full schedule of social media events held at Galvanize and Chase Field.
Orange you glad for summer festivals? DeSoto Central Market and Huss Brewing Co. are hosting an Orange Blossom Beer & Music Festival this Saturday, June 24.
Phoenix Center for the Arts presents its fourth annual Beta Dance Festival, showcasing the Valley’s best emerging talent, June 23 and 24.
Tuft & Needle is accepting applications through June for its Fixer’s Scholarship, geared toward Arizona college students who want to fix a problem.
Changing Hands’ Craft Rave 2017 brings five hours of nonstop crafting with 10 local artists’ workshops to uptown Phoenix, Friday, June 23.
Framed Ewe and Phoenix General will celebrate their anniversary by throwing a “PRIZES, SURPRISES, & oh yeah, BOOZE!” party on Friday, June 16.
Shop 50+ local artisans and vendors while supporting a good cause at the Pineapple Triangle summer market this Saturday, June 10.
Summer membership includes unlimited visits to the museum, discounts and access to “Members Only” events from June through August for only $50.
Ocotillo Restaurant and Bar’s O to Go coffee bar will mark a new era this month as it transforms to Muerte, a coffee, beer and cocktail bar.