Si Robins served as the Managing Editor of DPJ, and is a Downtown Phoenix resident. Midwestern born and corn fed, Si spends most of his time drinking coffee in the glow of his computer screen.
Encanto Park’s most iconic building still thrives 75 years after being built.
Beer specials aplenty at the Urban Grocery & Wine Bar this week, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
Despite extensive remodels, the 1920 Neo-Classical building, now home to Sticklers, is one of Phoenix’s most intricately detailed structures.
An abandoned building in the Woodland Historic District is a relic of old Phoenix. But does anyone care to notice?
The winery’s varieties will be sampled in the Urban Grocery & Wine Bar from 5 to 7 p.m. tonight
If you’re in the mood for cheese, the Saturday market has goods from Tillamook Cheese Company, Fiscalini Cheese Company, Rainbow Valley Farm Cheese, Crow’s Dairy and Barn Goddess Goat Cheese.
A c.1909 Neo-Colonial Revival home in Heritage Square is still admired today for its preserved charm.
The Pizzeria Bianco building wasn’t always a restaurant space.
The market is loaded with Valentine’s deals through the holiday!
The handsome brick office building once regularly projected a beacon that could be seen Valleywide.