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Rally held at Phoenix courthouse over Ferguson decision
Video: Grid Bike Share launched Tuesday. How does it work?
The Grid Bike Share program had its official launch downtown on Tuesday. The citywide program hopes to have 500 bikes available across 50 locations by the end of the year.
Gay marriage legalization prompts varying church actions
After an Oct. 17 court ruling, several churches downtown have begun to sign marriage licenses for same-sex couples. Others will still not perform ceremonies for them.
USGD senator files complaint over pay for representatives
USGD senator Ryan Boyd filed a formal complaint to the university asking to be removed from its payroll. He said he believes student representatives should not receive compensation.
Curtain Critic: ‘Ecstatic Truth’ explores themes of morality, religion
Dain Q. Gore’s “Ecstatic Truth,” a puppet show at a pop-up exhibit in Hot Box Gallery, examines various aspects of life and the human experience.
Group leaves aid along immigrant trails from Mexico
Members of the nonprofit No More Deaths regularly travel to the Sonoran Desert National Monument to leave humanitarian aid along immigrant trails from Mexico into the U.S.
National Geographic photojournalist creates storytelling through pictures
Chris Rainier, National Geographic photojournalist, shared stories through his pictures from around the world during this week’s Must See Monday at the Cronkite School.
Moving to in-depth territory
We are an online platform, and it’s about time we start utilizing our platform. This means more award-winning radio and photos as well as GIFs.
Light Rail Confidential
Case File 29: Stationary
When the light rail glides down First Avenue past the Circle K, she doesn’t look. Every day, she wrenches her eyes tight, barely visible behind don’t-mess-with-me glasses.
A twist on ‘Alice in Wonderland’
Halo Movement Collective’s “Underland: White Nightmare II” was a conceptual take on “Alice in Wonderland.” A strong vision carried this show into twisted terrain.
How to stay active this holiday season
Cooler temperatures mean more hours to enjoy the Phoenix outdoors. Here are some events downtown to keep residents engaged in a healthy lifestyle during the holidays.
Mayor’s Arts Awards: Meet this year’s winners
Audio slideshow: Protests against Ferguson decision rise in downtown Phoenix
MAN-CAT band, featuring recycled music and feline face masks, to release first album
USGD senator files complaint over his pay, says members shouldn’t be compensated
A nonprofit group leaves humanitarian aid along immigrant trails in the U.S. from Mexico
The Downtown Devil presents
The Rundown: Fate of few remaining warehouses could shape district's future. Click to listen.
The Downtown Devil presents
SoRo galleries and shops remembered before the arrival of new apartment complex development
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