Americans for the Arts’ five-year assessment of the business sector showed that the Phoenix’s arts community has finally recovered from the recession.
Nominate your favorite artists before the end of August for the Sixth Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards to be held in mid-October in Margaret T. Hance Park.
Phoenix Smart City Hack returns for its third year, kicking off with an Ideathon on July 8. The winner gets $3,000 and an all-expense paid trip to Spain.
More than 40 refugee and immigrant-owned businesses will showcase their crafts including food, drinks, accessories and unique talents from around the globe.
Phoenix City Council approved a $50 million agreement with Valley Metro to fund final design and pre-construction activities on the five-mile extension.
Mayor Stanton and the Discovery Triangle Development Corporation will unveil a dedication to the longtime community leader this Thursday, April 20.
Lost Lake Festival will be a three-day, multi-format music festival to be held Oct. 20-22, 2017 at Steele Indian School Park in midtown.
The Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) opened a second location of their Beneficial Beans Café inside the Burton Barr Central Library.
The donation will go toward the construction of a multi-purpose amphitheater on the east side of Margaret T. Hance Park.
Supported by Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and Phoenix Public Library, the selected poet laureate will begin a two-year term beginning January 2017.