Bicycles, art, and community converge in a new celebration of Phoenix’s urban bike scene.
Phoenix Improv Festival serves up two nights of unpredictable comedy performed by local and national troupes.
PCA is celebrating LISC Phoenix’s contribution to community development.
DPJ blogger Kyle Maki digs into the new regular season of our hometown ball club.
Beth Jenkins believes that riding a bike is more fashionable and cheaper than paying for parking meters as she explores the Downtown area.
The Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix invites you to submit your best anime/manga creation by May 1 to participate in their design contest.
Rob Fullmer examines the formula of Crescent Ballroom’s success, including its beer selection and Kitchen, now open for lunch.
This week we have two notable shows at the Crescent, more from the Arizona Center’s Live Music Series and the Civic Space Park Concert Series, and a slight change of pace for this blog – a musical!
Mark your calendar for Martinis & Masterpieces, a cocktail party, original-art exhibit and silent auction featuring artwork by local artists and hors d’oeuvres from Valley restaurants on Friday, April 27.
What would you do with a black stiletto as a canvas? Find out what local artists did at the 6th Avenue Gallery this First Friday.