Audio: New parking signs in Roosevelt Row area boost businesses' customer bases


At the end of October, the city of Phoenix installed new 2-hour-limit parking signs on one side of Sixth Street and both sides of Fifth Street in between Roosevelt and Garfield streets. Businesses in the area asked for the signs to help promote higher customer turnover. Read story

Focus. Flash. Phoenix: Honoring our veterans


Downtown Devil photographer Nikiana Medansky visited the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade for this week’s Focus. Flash. Phoenix. The event led her to ponder her responsibilities as a citizen to veterans, including her grandfather. Read story

Video: Grand Avenue Festival and Phoenix Annual Parade of the Arts draw colorful crowd


The Grand Avenue Festival and Phoenix Annual Parade of the Arts took place along Grand Avenue on Saturday. Check out some of the sights and sounds of this colorful local celebration. Read story

Focus. Flash. Phoenix: Victory


Republican party supporters gathered Tuesday in the Regency Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown Phoenix to celebrate Republicans taking control of the Senate. Ducey came to the stage to cheers. Read story

The Rundown: Fate of few remaining warehouses could shape district's future


In this episode of The Rundown, hosts Annika Cline and Agnel Philip explore the warehouse district and why so little of its namesake remains. With only a few warehouses left, the future of the district is at a turning point that will determine the character of the area in the future. Read story

Slide show: 6th annual Zombie Walk draws thousands of undead of all ages to downtown


Hordes of zombies of all ages roamed the streets of downtown on Saturday during the sixth annual Zombie Walk. The event, hosted by Downtown Phoenix Inc., began with a festival at Heritage Square Park, located between Monroe and Washington streets and Fifth and Seventh streets. Read story

Slide show: 1Spot Gallery hosts culinary experience showcasing desert cuisine


1Spot Gallery hosted a celebration of the Arizona-Sonoran landscape and its many offerings with a Saturday event called the Edible Desert Experience. More than 40 guests gathered on the outdoor patio of 1Spot Gallery, located at Sixth and Roosevelt streets, to enjoy an evening of natural food, art, music, people and culture. Read story

Focus. Flash. Phoenix: Rockstar


I was excited when I heard this week’s challenge: to manipulate a photograph I’ve taken, using a Photoshop Tutorial. I finally ventured outside of the effects of brightness, the magic wand and the saturation feature. Read story

Slide show: Gay-marriage ruling gives those at Rainbows Festival more reason to celebrate


From false eyelashes to feather boas, a full spectrum of color appeared on everything at the 13th annual Rainbows Festival this weekend. Phoenix Pride hosted the festival in Heritage Square Park on Saturday and Sunday. It was an opportunity for the LGBT community to celebrate the Friday legalization of gay marriage in Arizona after state Attorney General Tom Horne ordered county clerks to begin issuing marriage licenses. Read story

Slide show: Same-sex marriage legal in Arizona


Arizona took its place in history as the 31st state in the U.S. to allow the marriage of same-sex couples on Friday morning. Read story