I try as hard as I can to partake in the locavore lifestyle. However, I find that sometimes a green life requires that other type of green.
Literally, for Phoenix, strength is in numbers. An increased number of visitors and conventions to the area will strengthen local economic recovery efforts.
If you love vintage, retro, European style, I would recommend Sage for an hour of treasure hunting.
If you enjoy living, working or playing in Downtown Phoenix, chances are you owe a thank you to the Downtown Voices Coalition.
The ‘When in AZ’ shows kicked off with a bang this past weekend, supporting both the arts and local charities.
KBAQ and Phoenix Chorale are throwing a First Friday scavenger hunt. Search for items during September’s artwalk, then return on October 2 to see how many you found correctly!
What happens when you pair local bands and musicians together to pay homage to each other? Valley resident Nick Kizer asked the same question, and created the “When in AZ” music compilation as the answer.
From my experience, it seems that many people have the misconception that Arizona is lacking when it comes to having an actual musical scene. Hopefully the release of the new “When in AZ” compilation can change their tune.
Rising from the empty lots south of Roosevelt Row, Bioscience High School is an exciting addition to Downtown Phoenix.
If you want healthy, delicious food to grace our public schools’ cafeterias, now you can take a stand. This Labor Day (Monday, September 7) Slow Food Phoenix will be staging an eat-in at the Arizona State Fairgrounds in response to the Child Nutrition Act, and the public is welcome to come and show its support.