Mila Suzich is a central Phoenix resident who prides herself on being in the know of what’s happening around the city and loves supporting local businesses. She is a senior at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the 2017 summer intern for DPJ. When she isn’t involved with writing, she can usually be found behind a camera capturing images of the city’s many local establishments and events.
Phil Johnson, also know as the Jay-Z of BBQ, is bringing his freestyle barbecue to The Blocks of Roosevelt early December with his first restaurant.
Downtown Phoenix’s newest music venue opened its doors last night with a preview party featuring a performance by Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra.
Phoenix’s heat isn’t going away for a while, so what better way to get through it than with a cool drink? Here are a few of our favorite local refreshments.
Green’s Phoenix location and Nami will host a benefit art show for the month of August in support of one•n•ten. There will be a soft opening this Friday.
Enjoy a relaxing 3-hour instructional painting class at DeSoto Central Market Thursday, July 27, brought to you by Painting & Vino.
“Where’s Waldo?” comes to life this month thanks to Changing Hands. Search for the famous children’s book character throughout Phoenix through July 30.
With July comes National Ice Cream Month. Celebrate the occasion by trying any of Novel’s 12 unique flavors of handcrafted artisan ice cream.
Join the Melrose community for its Third Thursday event on July 20. It includes deals and specials from local shops, as well as food trucks and live music.
The Heard Museum will host a celebration in honor of Frida Kahlo’s birthday on Friday, July 7. It will include live music, popular Mexican snacks and more.
Downtown Phoenix will be bustling with family fun and live shows this 4th of July weekend. Check out our roundup up of all the patriotic happenings.