The final event of the month-long fundraising effort is an all-day party on Sunday, December 26.
Here are a few of the less heralded activities that are occurring in Downtown Phoenix on an almost daily basis.
The portion of Downtown Phoenix that the U.S. Postal Service considers the 85007 ZIP code is diverse to the max, to say the least.
There’s plenty to do around Downtown Phoenix for New Year’s Eve. The only decision to be made is where you’ll make your appearance.
The intersection of 7th Avenue and McDowell has long been overlooked. But, the corner is quietly becoming an important gateway to Downtown Phoenix.
The 25th annual F.Q. Story Home Tour & Holiday Gift Sale is this coming weekend.
Here is an incredible mid-century modern home with a 4,600+-square-foot original floor plan including eight bedrooms and five baths.
Why buy a small, traditional office building, when you could operate your business from this 1920s Tudor Revival?
I had heard of a cool bar that is tucked away at 7th Avenue and McDowell. I suppose SideBar is my diamond in the rough, and that gives it a huge lead on every other place. Now I just have to find it again.
If you want healthy, delicious food to grace our public schools’ cafeterias, now you can take a stand. This Labor Day (Monday, September 7) Slow Food Phoenix will be staging an eat-in at the Arizona State Fairgrounds in response to the Child Nutrition Act, and the public is welcome to come and show its support.