Caitlin Dorsey is a native Phoenician and a current senior at Arizona State University. She enjoys living an urban lifestyle and spends most of her time outside of class commuting on the light rail, exploring new places, and getting work done with a warm cup of black coffee in hand. Caitlin is a lover of film, television, and all things entertainment, finding joy from talking endlessly about pop culture. She's excited to see the growth of downtown Phoenix and spread her love of this city to others.
Swing by the Melrose District this Saturday, March 4 for a day of fun and community at the neighborhood’s annual M7 Street Fair.
The Speaker Series returns January 28 with author, teacher and TED speaker Clint Smith presenting “Kindness and Masculinity: The Danger of Silence.”
This Friday, come to Valley Bar for a night of great local comedy at “Literally The Worst Show Ever Vol. 11.”
Through December, you’ll find a visual installation of 60 Tuft & Needle boxes in The Teapot’s backyard, creating a larger-than-life castle for kids.
Glide into the holiday season with ice skating, santa visits, movie nights and more at CityScape from November 25 through January 8.
Join Local First Arizona this Saturday, November 5 as they present their 12th annual Certified Local Fall Festival at Margaret T. Hance Park.
From zombie walks to ghost stories and more, you’ll find plenty of frightening fun throughout the Hallo-weekend in downtown Phoenix!
The first annual Noche en Blanco will feature an evening picnic all in white at Hance Park on October 22. Proceeds benefit the Hance Park Skatepark.
Indulge in two nights of chocolate, art and more when the Chocolate and Art Show stops in Phoenix this Thursday and Friday at MonOrchid.
Spend this weekend creating your own film for the 4th edition of the Dinerwood film fest, or attend the festival screening on September 14 at Welcome Diner.