ASU is collecting and preserving the history of Phoenix’s first mall.
Library customers can pay overdue fees and help restock Valley food banks during Phoenix Public Library’s annual “Food for Fines,” April 8-22.
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.
Sample a delectable array of food writing, from classics of nonfiction to debut novels.
Meet the oddly endearing tardigrade and other fascinating beasts.
Welcome the summer solstice with a days worth of events at the architecturally-inviting Burton Barr Central Library.
Changing Hands Bookstore is opening in Phoenix, so settle into the hot season with sisters and brothers.
Promote literacy, hear great stories, and be greeted by Curious George at Storyfest.
Budding business leaders, learn the tricks of the trade with a series of workshops hosted by the hive @ central at the Phoenix Public Library.
Pitch the next bestseller in one minute flat at the Phoenix Public Library’s Pitchapalooza.