Arizona Storytellers brings in live performances to share stories of family, community


Six storytellers gathered at Phoenix Theatre on Wednesday evening for the monthly Arizona Storytellers event. The performance was sponsored by Arizona news outlets and featured stories of family and community. Read story

Phoenix Center for the Arts expands roster of art, dance, theater classes taught in Spanish


Phoenix Center for the Arts, which offers classes in dance, art, music and theater, is now providing versions of some of those classes for Spanish-speaking students. Read story

Curtain Critic: 'Bound' presents compelling movement, but lacks some sensitivity


“Bound,” the debut production by the promising Prolifics Dance Company, featured an energetic and compelling group of dancers. However, the large amount of pieces within the show left some unnecessary dances and a few unfinished ideas. Read story

METROnome: Meet our new music columnists


Emily Liu and Oren Simchy-Gross, both freshmen at the Walter Cronkite School, will be acting as columnists for METROnome this semester. (Molly Bilker/DD)

Let the music fanatics of downtown Phoenix rejoice, because METROnome is revamped and back in action. We’re Read story

Curtain Critic: 'Jagged Little Pill' expands Morissette's meaning but stays true to album


Caitlyn Ary, pictured on the stage above fellow cast members, plays Mary Jane, Morissette’s emotionally turbulent and lovesick protagonist in “The Album Project: Jagged Little Pill.” (Photo Courtesy of Nearly Naked Theatre)

“Jagged Little Pill” has been a grungy Read story

Phoenix Center for the Arts kicks off its fall trimester of classes with a Welcome Back Party


The Phoenix Center for the Arts kicked off its fall trimester of classes with a Welcome Back Party, which brought current, former and prospective students to learn about the organization’s new opportunities. Read story

A Tailored Place: Meet our new columnists


Meet the new fashion columnists for the Downtown Devil this semester, Savanah Yaghsezian and Libby Allnatt. Both freshmen journalism majors at ASU, they are new to the downtown Phoenix area and can’t wait to start exploring all the shops, events and hot spots around them. Read story

Roosevelt Row businesses fundraise for art theft victim at First Friday


Roosevelt Row businesses are raising money to offset the cost of stolen paintings valued at $50,000. Read story

ArtLink's 16th Annual Juried Exhibition moves to downtown Phoenix IceHouse


ArtLink’s 16th Annual Juried Exhibition moved to the IceHouse this year. The event features 26 artists selected by a panel of 3 jurors. Read story

Bocafloja performs interactive show in ASU 'Performance in the Borderlands' series


Rap artist and slam poet Bocafloja performed a live concert at the Herberger Theater Center on Thursday evening to bring people of color together and unify them under music. Read story