Si Robins served as the Managing Editor of DPJ, and is a Downtown Phoenix resident. Midwestern born and corn fed, Si spends most of his time drinking coffee in the glow of his computer screen.
A dynamic Google map provides a look back at the 60 “From the Arizona Room” posts.
The former Harry S. Bennett Apartments could become Downtown’s next great bar or venue with a little TLC.
The A.A. Lyall House was once a modest single-family bungalow, but now it pulses as the energetic reBAR.
One of Downtown’s most popular studio complexes recently celebrated its 50th birthday.
It’s original qualities barely seen under newer façades, the Marsh Arnott House is nonetheless a rare 1909 Western Colonial worthy of praise.
The Wilson House, with history as a single-family home, a retail space and an arts space, allows for great diversity in its next reincarnation.
Take a look at the intricate architecture at today’s Roosevelt Tavern.
The Wednesday and Saturday markets feature gorgeous lettuces, salad mix, greens, cabbage, carrots, radishes, beets, fresh cut herbs, turnips, flowers and more!
Many galleries will host blue light bulbs symbolizing a meaningful “awareness experience” called “Light it up Blue” nationwide on April 1.
Willo is home to many Mission-style homes, but this example has a particularly unique history.