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.
Join central Phoenix’s first coworking community, CO+HOOTS, for their six year anniversary party this Friday, Sept. 30 at their new midtown location.
Tuft & Needle’s campaign promotes their decision to establish their business in Phoenix and aims to attract other startups to the valley.
Phoenix Mercury and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton unveiled a giant banner on the side of City Hall in honor of Taurasi’s return for the 2016 WNBA season.
Mayor Stanton’s Statement on the demolition of the Stewart Motor Company Building.
One creative community member will be chosen to participate in the design process for the next light rail station. Learn more at a workshop on November 3.
As the Phoenix Arts and Culture Commission prepares to celebrate 30 years on Saturday, we explore how the city’s grant program supports these organizations.
More than $8.2 billion in public and private capital investment has been developed along the Valley Metro light rail with more being planned.
City officials and community members will celebrate Roosevelt Row pedestrian and bike-friendly improvements with ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The annual conference brings together social media novices and pros for education and networking.