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Op-ed: Saluting the Phoenix Public Library & Arizona’s largest literacy collaboration

Our Phoenix Public Library was recently named as a finalist for the 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation's highest honor given to museums and libraries by the Institute of Museum and Library Services

Subcommittee approves library updates, shelves Hance Park report

A city subcommittee approved two updates for Phoenix libraries on Tuesday but shelved an update on the recently approved Hance Park Sponsorship Policy. The Phoenix...

Phoenix LGBTQ leaders discuss community history

LGBTQ A History in Arizona, was a panel discussion held on Tuesday to discuss national and local histories of the LGBTQ community.

Modern Phoenix Week will celebrate mid-century architecture starting Friday

Modern Phoenix Week, a ten-day-long event highlighting mid-century architecture in Phoenix, begins this Friday. From Friday, March 24, until Sunday, April 2, the 13th annual...

City subcommittee hears renovation plans for Burton Barr Library

Plans to remodel the children’s section at the Burton Barr Public Library were presented to the Parks, Arts, Education and Equality Subcommittee at City...

ASU professor appointed as the city of Phoenix’s first Poet Laureate

Mayor Greg Stanton and Councilwoman Laura Pastor announced Wednesday that Rosemarie Dombrowski would be the city of Phoenix’s first Poet Laureate.

Phoenix searches for its first poet laureate

The city of Phoenix will soon appoint one passionate poet to serve as the city’s first Poet Laureate.

Devil’s Advocate: 11 underappreciated things about downtown Phoenix

When I was in high school, only the hippest of the hip traveled to downtown Phoenix for First Fridays. These kids had cars and licenses,...

Phoenix Rising: The heart of the problem at the Phoenix college of medicine

As the University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix expands rapidly, it is faced with a complex challenge of future leadership that has plagued it...

Eighth annual Park(ing) Day celebrates public space downtown

The eighth annual Park(ing) Day brought together local bands, organizations and community members in front of the Phoenix courthouse on Washington Street between First...