The first annual Phoenix Mural Festival will be in Central Phoenix from May 4 to May 6.
This Midtown location of the local coffee business opened nearly a year ago.
Property, business owners and residents are invited to attend to discuss future light rail plans in a public meeting on April 26.
Cha Cha’s Tea recently opened its doors on Grand Avenue and offers a selection of teas from chai tea lattes to classic iced tea.
Even Stevens is expected to donate 100,000 sandwiches to local nonprofit organizations by the end of April.
On April 21 there will be a National Poetry Month celebration in the Melrose District with a variety of activities and art.
The Phoenix Art Museum and Contemporary Forum present the second annual Art + Architecture Weekend.
A ribbon cutting ceremony for a larger transitional living facility known as the MANA House took place on April 3.
Dozens of downtown Phoenix residents gathered at city hall to discuss new ways to manage the city’s homeless and transient population.