This is her 4th year with experience in journalism. After participating in the 2014 Cronkite High School Summer Journalism Institute, she decided journalism is the field she wants to pursue. After two years writing for her high school’s "Roar Magazine," and a semester writing for College Times, and one semester of writing for "State Press Magazine," under her belt, she believes she has the necessary skills and drive that it takes to be a great journalist. She's also extremely excited to be a part of “Downtown Phoenix Journal” as their intern for the Spring 2017 semester!
From adaptive reuse projects to historic spaces, there are plenty of creative places to house your business in downtown Phoenix.
The 3rd annual farm-to-table dinner event promotes local food and chefs, sustainable living and cultivates community connections.
Save taco Tuesday for Friday and celebrate Cinco de Mayo in central Phoenix at one of these five lively local hotspots.
Join in the third annual 1920s-themed Gin & Jazz Preservation Party, featuring bathtub gin, live music, dance lessons and hors d’oeuvres.
Head to Steele Indian School park on Saturday, April 22 for this all day, family friendly event featuring House DJs and performers from across the country.
The three day festival takes the stage at Herberger Theater April 20-22 featuring off-the-cuff performances from local, national and international acts.
If you’re still looking for a delicious place to celebrate the holiday (no cooking or cleaning required,) check out our list of Easter brunch offerings.
Build your own pinewood derby racer and roll your way to Short Leash Hot Dogs on April 22 for the The 4th Annual Pinewood Classic.
Beginning April 11, the exhibit will offer a rare opportunity to see works by two of the 20th century’s most famous artists, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.
Enjoy live music, refreshing drinks and small bites on Saturday, April 8 at the Phoenix Symphony Young Professional’s 7th Annual Downtown Stroll.