From zombie walks to ghost stories and more, you’ll find plenty of frightening fun throughout the Hallo-weekend in downtown Phoenix!
The story of tiki continues from inside the city’s most iconic and only remaining original tiki joint, a place where cash rules and conversation flows.
Bikini Lounge carries the tiki torch for the Polynesian-themed bars, restaurants and hotels that sprung up along Grand Avenue and Van Buren Street post-WWII.
Abe Vigoda, an LA band with a Phoenix connection, plays at the Rhythm Room next month.
Plan a night traversing Grand Avenue in search of art, music, food and drinks.
Here’s a thrilling roundup of all of Grand’s happenings for February First Friday.
I order the first thing that comes to mind: a pitcher of Pabst Blue Ribbon. Sure, you may scoff at the notion, but in this blogger’s humble opinion, Pabst is the best beer for your buck.
The Trunk Space’s acoustics rocked… both bands that played sounded crystal clear and didn’t blow my eardrums out.
Set for Saturday, September 26, the Grand Avenue Festival will give attendees the complete Grand Ave. experience: lots of free live music, art exhibits, historic building tours and more.