J. Seth Anderson started writing for DPJ in 2009 and published a book titled "Downtown Phoenix" in January 2012. A Downtown Phoenix enthusiast and resident, Seth wrote about the rich, complex and forgotten history of this city. An eternal optimist, Seth sees Downtown's unlimited potential and fought for urban development. In the summer of 2012, he unexpectedly left Phoenix for love and grad school. The move to him to Salt Lake City where he is, among other things, working on a masters in History. He keeps an eye on Downtown and knows his heart is still in the desert.
Downtown advocates bring the TEDxScottsdaleSalon to Levine Machine to discuss the importance of third places and urban placemaking.
Mayor Phil Gordon and Mayor-elect Greg Stanton engaged in a public dialogue about the future of Phoenix.
QTalk Arizona, the state’s only LGBT podcast, is hosting a fundraiser for HIV/AIDS prevention at FilmBar.
Downtown Phoenix could use a bookstore, dessert restaurant a dog park, vegetarian restaurant and a whiskey bar. At least most of us think so.
Desert ArtLAB looks to recactusize Phoenix, as part of a Spring 2012 project.
Phoenix and Grand Avenue are one of five specific city areas to be part of Partnership for Sustainable Communities, a government program looking to green urban areas.
Valley Of The Sunflowers is made possible by Sean Sweat, Intel and a host of downtowners.
Downtown Voices Coalition hosted a downtown-centric mayoral debate to focus on the issues that matter to downtown residents.
Downtown Phoenix resident Bryan “BG” Graham left his career to follow his dream to write and publish his own comic book. It is for sale this weekend at Comicon.
The Icehouse in Downtown Phoenix will soon play host to the area’s first Slideluck Potshow.