DPJ’s Urban Form series looks at the interplay between movement and surroundings through the lens of dancers and architecture in downtown Phoenix.
Longtime dancer and recent ASU graduate Ashley Baker uses her unique personal style as a form of self-expression.
With so much progress in a year (let alone during the big bad recession), it’s encouraging to see what’s happening in our city.
Are you gonna be Downtown on Christmas Eve? Not everything will be boarded up for the holidays.
I have occasionally had wild, vivid dreams about the baked goods at Lola Coffee. I have never tried a pastry that has not been like a party in my mouth.
Usually, we offer a specific show at a featured location to check out along your art walk. But, seeing as it’s the holidays, let’s take a trip to see the lights and get into the spirit.
We’re no Seattle (or New York, or Chicago or Portland), but it’s no secret that Downtown Phoenix is supporting a decidedly growing coffee culture.
For the past four years, Shaun and Brady Breese have brought smiles to the residents of Central Phoenix with Urban Cookies.
A little birdy told DPJ a rumor that the historic Gold Spot building on 3rd Avenue and Roosevelt Street is about to secure two new tenants.
Lola Coffee is hosting its oh so official grand opening party tonight (never mind that it’s been open for three weeks) and you’re invited. They’re luring everyone in with free coffee, some super secret live jams and even a few wine pours. Plus, there’s the killer atmosphere, munchable food and relaxed vibe that’s made Lola an instant success.