The family-owned local chain will bring its scratch-made Mexican food to the corner of 7th Street and Roosevelt in June.
Walker Donaldson is one of those few people born and raised in Phoenix, AZ. When he’s not crunching numbers at American Fiberglass, he’s down in downtown.
Quinn Whissen is a marketing & design consultant, but most known for co-founding This Could Be Phoenix and advocating for a more livable/bikeable Downtown.
Metrowest Development partners are piecing together a downtown for urban dwellers.
The Sweetness opens in The Fair Trade Cafe, bringing super-premium quality homemade ice cream to Downtown.
Two nights of live dance music at the Crescent Ballroom.
As of this morning, METRO has enacted an Adopt-A-Station initiative along the light rail line.
Arizona Citizens for the Arts is cooling things down on Tuesday, July 14 with an ice cream party at their office, 514 W. Roosevelt St.
From 3 to 5pm, meet with the AzCA staff and board members, mingle with other advocates, and enter the raffle for a chance to win four orchestra seat tickets to see Broadway’s WICKED at ASU Gammage.
Attention shoppers! The first grocery store to open in downtown Phoenix in nearly 30 years is taking shape.
On a recent afternoon, a crew worked on plumbing and electrical systems for the 2,000-square-foot store, which is expected to open sometime in August. Soon they will bring in refrigerated cases, ovens and other kitchen equipment, said Alan McLaughlin, the store’s general manager.
“We will source everything local,” he said, including meat, milk and cheese. “This will be a hangout place in the neighborhood.”
The $475,000 project is an offshoot of the popular, biweekly Phoenix Public Market, which is run by the non-profit Community Food Connections.
Get it on everybody. Get it on.