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Slow Ride, Take It Easy

April 30, 2017 | By

Stuck in rush hour? Crank up the radio, stare off into the sunset, take life in. If you don’t take it easy once in awhile, you’ll surely miss it.

Spice Up Your Cinco at Five Central Phoenix Hotspots

April 28, 2017 | By

Save taco Tuesday for Friday and celebrate Cinco de Mayo in central Phoenix at one of these five lively local hotspots.

The Nash Announces Summer Jazz Workshops

April 27, 2017 | By

From bop to brass, guitar to vocals, the popular jazz club will be buzzing as musicians work with instructors in a wide range of classes and workshops.

World Bazaar & Phoenix Community Market Returns May 6

April 26, 2017 | By

More than 40 refugee and immigrant-owned businesses will showcase their crafts including food, drinks, accessories and unique talents from around the globe.

$50M Renaissance Square Renovation Begins

April 25, 2017 | By

Renaissance Square will soon see upgrades to both building’s lobbies, the lower level lobby, elevators as well as the creation of high-end office suites.

Celebrate Historic Preservation in Roosevelt

April 25, 2017 | By

Join the Roosevelt Action Association for a social and fundraiser celebrating historic preservation this Thursday, April 27 at Great Arizona Puppet Theater.

Second Annual Downtown Urban Imaginarium Weekend

April 25, 2017 | By

The annual “downtown urban imaginarium” is a do-it-yourself tour de force of self-guided street art creativity, held the last weekend in April each year.

Daylight Fades to Twilight

April 24, 2017 | By

As daylight fades to twilight, bright blue skies fade to muted pinks, purples and oranges, creating a watercolor painting overhead.

South Central Light Rail Expansion Moves to Final Design

April 24, 2017 | By

Phoenix City Council approved a $50 million agreement with Valley Metro to fund final design and pre-construction activities on the five-mile extension.

Jackie Andre Muhammed’s ‘A Guided Journey of Introspection’

April 21, 2017 | By

Muhammed creates paintings and found-object assemblages rooted in everyday life and spirituality. His first solo exhibition opens tonight at Modified Arts.