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Local businesses encouraged to bid for contract work with the city

The City of Phoenix has implemented an online version of its database program, ProcurePHX, which allows small businesses to establish contract work relationships with the...

Woodland Arts Center passes important hurdle

A formerly abandoned church on Ninth and Woodland Avenues is one step closer to becoming a new community center for downtown Phoenix. The project, known as...

Civil Dialogue holds conversation to bridge diverse viewpoints

It has become increasingly difficult for people with different viewpoints to come together and have meaningful, constructive discussions following last year's election. The Institute for...

Phoenix Rising Tour Company lets customers explore downtown by foot, bike or trolley

Phoenix native Jill Johnson said she never thought much of downtown Phoenix until she started working on ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus in 2008. But...

Amid funding loss fears, AZ Humanities hosts Miranda v. Arizona discussion

AZ Humanities hosted a discussion on the Miranda v. Arizona case Tuesday in the wake of news that a large portion of their funding could be cut.