April 4 at Hoskin Ryan Consultants 6 to 9 pm 201 West Indian School Road, Phx South side of 2nd Ave. and Indian School Join the Modern Phoenix folks for the official kickoff reception for Modern Phoenix Week this April 4! Enjoy works by four artists and ecofriendly noshes by Cater Conscious in the iconic Valley National… Read more
The Phoenix Japanese Friendship Garden will host a free Children’s Day and Kite Festival from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 5, at Margaret T. Hance Park. The festival will feature cosplay, a shortened term for “costume play,” where people dress up as characters from the comics, cartoons and science fiction. There will be… Read more
March 27 – April 13 @ Herberger Theater Center A great American classic and one of the most beloved coming-of-age stories ever written. Herberger Theater Center. Dates and times vary. Tickets are $30-$63. For information, call 602-256-6995 or visit www.arizonatheatre.org.
March 29. This expo is about supporting a healthy, physical, emotional, spiritual and economic balance in everyday life. Phoenix Convention Center, 10am-6pm. For information & registration, call 480-279-0836 or visit www.azfocusmagazine.com
There are some great purchase opportunities right now in the Coronado Historic District including the 3 fixer properties pictured here, ranging in price from $119,900 to $179,900. If you are thinking about attending the Coronado Historic District Home Tour this Sunday and would like to know what might be on the market right now, call… Read more
The best happy hour downtown has got to be Coach & Willie’s reverse happy hour from 8pm to 10pm M-F. All of their appetizers, pizzas, draft beer and house wine is half off. I suggest trying the stuffed Spinach & Garlic Stuffed Mozzarella and a pint of Samuel Adams white ale. Coach & Willie’s is… Read more
From http://www.usairwayscenter.com: “NCAA March Madness comes to Phoenix in 2008, and there’s no better place for college basketball than US Airways Center! Phoenix will be the site for four of the 16 teams in the regional sessions of the 2008 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. One of these teams will advance to the Final… Read more
Who is getting excited for the baseball season to start? I’d like to hear from some of our readers. Do you think the Dbacks will win more games this year than last? I think so. What do you think and why?
Next Friday is a big day for ASU’s Downtown Phoenix Campus. We are excited to host Juan Williams (of NPR fame) at the innagural Community Advocacy Symposium. Through “Vision Mapping” (solutions through art) and focused breakout sessions, students, faculty, and community members will begin a dialog concerning pertinant civil rights issues. This event is open… Read more
Just when you thought things might quiet down at the ASU Downtown Campus, the School is embarking on building a 5 story, 84,000 sq ft structure for the College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation. The new facility will provide five new classrooms for nursing students. The building will also serve as a northern gateway to… Read more