Phoenix will host the CEOs for Cities National Conference Oct 30 to Nov 1.
Dig into gardening tutorials with the local nursery at the Phoenix Public Market this Saturday and every fourth Saturday of the month.
It’s 45 years later and the Phoenix Convention Center still means business.
Learn about the history of the Phoenix Police Department at the Phoenix Police Museum, located in downtown’s Historic City Hall.
A recent Arizona Humanities lecture explored the preservation of historic homes and how to make them a living legacy for those who created them.
The program starts with a half-day free event at the Uptown Farmer’s Market on Saturday, Sept. 2, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
New ASU School of Art director Joanna Grabski will help further the Studios’ community-focused mission of connecting student art with the people of Phoenix.
Tuft & Needle is accepting applications through June for its Fixer’s Scholarship, geared toward Arizona college students who want to fix a problem.
DevMountain, a subsidiary of Capella Education Company, is starting a physical campus in the Phoenix Business and Workforce Development Center.
Homeschoolers receive Junior Master Gardener certification and harvest knowledge of food at St. Vincent de Paul urban farm in South Phoenix.