April is a Phoenix-based freelance writer, with a particular love for constantly re-discovering this city. Although she dreams of hosting her own nature show, she spends the days in advertising and nights in downtown Phoenix, indulging in the unique community and eclectic cuisine. When not busy planning world domination, she writes, bikes, and uses a coffee press, but not in the pretentious way.
United Cerebral Palsy’s new location in the Garfield neighborhood offers a range of services and therapies for children and adults with disabilities.
Enjoy six hours of nonstop crafting with 10 local artists at Craft Rave 2016, this Friday, June 24 at Changing Hands in uptown Phoenix.
ASU sustainability grad Callie Rose Alden brings the CultivEAT farm-to-table-dinner back to the Roosevelt Growhouse this Saturday.
Agave Environmental Contracting has turned a long-empty lot into an innovative community destination.
The Department, one of the newest downtown co-working spaces, is deliberately designed to foster collaboration.
Circle the City offers services to the most acutely ill men and women experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County.
The 1919 building that once housed the Arizona Republic and Phoenix Gazette is getting a modern makeover to reflect the changing face of downtown Phoenix.
Small Goal Soccer brings their surreptitious rooftop matches back to downtown Phoenix this Saturday.
Local developers, designers and real estate partners collaborate to develop an urban living experience with the 10-unit Uptown Row townhouse community.
Local First Arizona’s 11th annual fall fest takes place this Saturday, November 14 at Portland Parkway with food, drinks, music, kids activities and more.