Plan a night traversing Grand Avenue in search of art, music, food and drinks.
The Phoenix Fringe Festival is back again this month, offering its brand of wacky and profound performance art.
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.
I’ve seen the grungy, amazing soul of what a Downtown arts community is supposed to look like. It is in the double-digit avenues, and it is awesome.
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.
Over the past two years, amidst all the new buildings popping up, Downtown Phoenix has quietly become a national leader in promoting adaptive reuse.
Where better to find a quirky, offbeat, affordable gift than Grand Avenue? The first “Holiday Shopping ExtravaGRANDza” is Saturday, Dec. 5, starting at 10 a.m.
After a week of mild (well, for September in Phoenix) temperatures, the mercury soared yet again just in time for the Grand Avenue Festival.
On Saturday, September 26, a handful of adaptive reuse projects will be highlighted during the Grand Avenue Festival.
Angela Franks Wells’ collection of photos, “Parts & Labor,” focuses on dirty, rugged skilled labor, a stark contrast to its home in the Tilt Gallery.