Nonprofit bicycle advocacy group Phoenix Spokes People engages community and business leaders to promote cycling and help create a bike-friendly city.
The new Gallo Blanco is set to open in June in the former American Way Market building at 10th and Pierce Streets in the Garfield Historic District.
Artists, galleries and unique venues will open their doors for workshops, exhibitions and more during this celebration of arts and culture March 16-19.
The community is invited to the meeting hosted by the City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services Department and Vice Mayor Kate Gallego tonight from 6:30-8 p.m.
As Phoenix’s future takes shape before our eyes, we explore its past through area businesses that have been in operation for at least 100 years.
United Cerebral Palsy’s new location in the Garfield neighborhood offers a range of services and therapies for children and adults with disabilities.
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.
Several central Phoenix-based organizations are leading the charge to create resources for adults with autism, from education to independent living.
Downtown Phoenix never fails to surprise and delight. DPJ’s Live PHX series captures the moments that illustrate why we love life in our city.
The 4,800 square foot property at 1505 E Van Buren St. will be restored to create an iconic space in the growing Eastlake Park and Garfield neighborhoods.