The 2009 baseball season has begun. Time for Webb, Haren and the rest of the boys to take on the Rockies on their way toward another playoff push.
Stop by the historic Coe House for First Friday on April 3 to view the “New Perspectives” art show featuring exciting new contemporary work by local artists Robert Denning and Rocco Menaguale. The show includes many multi-dimensional pieces that reflect both the subdued and exhilarating energy of pop culture and modern life.
Baseball is important. At least to me.
Monday marks the start of the 11th season of the Arizona Diamondbacks, and the first full season that the light rail will be running.
Arizona State University’s “Action, Advocacy, Arts” will emphasize the strength of community dialogue and engagement through a series of free activities from 1:30 to 10 p.m. Friday, April 3 at the Downtown campus University Center, 411 N Central Ave.
Downtown & Central Phoenix has a wide variety of housing stock, from 1920’s Bungalows to 50’s ranches to modern loft & condo complexes. This weekend, Phoenix area residents will have the opportunity to tour restored mid-century modern homes during the Founding Fathers of Modern Phoenix Home Tour, sponsored by Matthew & Alison King, the founders of modernphoenix.net. The Tour is part of a larger event called Modern Phoenix Week 2009, which includes workshops, lectures & films and runs from Friday, April 3rd thru Sunday, April 5th.
Great news! The Downtown Phoenix Civic Space Park will be officially opened on April 16th. Stop by the Downtown Phoenix Journal often, we’ll be sure to keep you updated on all of the happenings during the Grand Opening Weekend.
The Phoenix Fringe Festival (PHX:fringe) presents innovative, experimental and provocative theatre by local, national and international artists. PHX:fringe seeks to develop a cutting-edge, urban audience by offering an edgy assortment of performance choices in non-traditional downtown spaces. The PHX:fringe promotes artistic exploration by supporting the risky, adventurous work of established and emerging artists while also providing accessible, affordable performances to the community.
When writer and amateur photographer William J. Nash-McAdam and a friend drove from Mesa to Downtown Phoenix today to take photos of the cityscape, they never imagined they would end up as subjects of a Homeland Security investigation.
Sure, it’s not in Phoenix, but it’s a light rail ride away. Hit up the concert and head on back to Phoenix to avoid the crush of crazy concert goers on Mill Ave.