Artlink Inc. is accepting applications from Arizona-based artists for its inaugural grant program, The Artist Forward Fund. The deadline is midnight May 31.
The City of Phoenix is seeking input on the development of a Latino cultural center in Phoenix. Share your thoughts in this survey.
Join the AIA Phoenix Metro Chapter on May 22 as they discuss our city’s past and future with Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and former Mayor Terry Goddard.
Stateside Presents announced their new downtown music venue, The Van Buren, will open August 23. Tickets for the first set of shows go on sale May 18.
Learn about Arizona’s legal history and its role in the development of U.S. law at the Maricopa County Justice Museum and Learning Center in downtown.
Scorpius Dance Theatre will present “ANIMAL,” a show that explores our relationship with animals, as well as their social interactions and movement.
Valley Youth Theatre will hold dog auditions this Saturday, May 13, for the role of Toto in their upcoming production of “The Wizard of Oz.”
The 7th annual ameriCAN™ Canned Craft Beer Festival will take place at its new location at Hance Park on Saturday, May 13th from noon – 6 p.m.
Ocotillo Restaurant and Bar’s O to Go coffee bar will mark a new era this month as it transforms to Muerte, a coffee, beer and cocktail bar.
Nonprofit bicycle advocacy group Phoenix Spokes People engages community and business leaders to promote cycling and help create a bike-friendly city.