Celebrate growth with the Downtown Phoenix Public Market as they mark their fourth anniversary on Saturday, February 28th. This market is more than just a Farmer’s Market. It is a place to gather, eat, enjoy music, and shop for great food and crafts.
Music lovers can bring the Phoenix Symphony into their cars and living rooms next month, when the CD of its program “Enemy Slayer: A Navajo Oratorio” debuts on the Naxos label.
With 2008 behind us and the completion of several landmark buildings in Downtown Phoenix, our attention now is turned to 2 large projects which will open this year. One of those projects is the 26 story One Central Park East, class A office tower on the northeast corner of Central Ave and Van Buren. The building… Read more
Looking for some entertainment this weekend? Besides the film festival up in Sedona, the WorldFEST Beer Festival at Margaret T. Hance Park, and the general revelry that goes on here in Downtown Phoenix, be sure to check out the great show happening on Sunday night at The Modified:
The region’s light-rail system beat ridership expectations in its first month of regular service. Metro chief Rick Simonetta reported Wednesday that by every measure, Metro carried more riders in January than planners had predicted would ride after a year of service.
The vintage warehouses in the Downtown Phoenix Warehouse District aka SoDo will be springing into action this week, hosting NBA All Star parties, fashion shows, probably a little comedy thrown in and if you are in need of some casual, vintage clothing you will be able to pick that up as well.
Just a few weeks ago, Arizona captured the international sports spotlight with the Cardinals Superbowl appearance and now this coming week we get to be in the spotlight again, this time by hosting the NBA All-Star Game and associated events.
This five-hour event starts 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 6 at the Barrett Center Complex at the Tempe campus and will end at 9 p.m. at the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus, University Center, 411 N. Central Ave., Phoenix. More than 200 Barrett students, faculty and staff from four ASU campuses will be given a list of items to find or photograph from businesses and organizations along the entire 20-mile light rail system.