Grand Avenue's {9} the Gallery to fundraise, crowdsource rent, fees


{9} the Gallery must raise $3,000 in order to keep its doors open on Grand Avenue. A GoFundMe account has been established and a fundraiser benefiting the art gallery is planned for Wednesday evening. (Gabriel Radley/DD)

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A residential tower will be built on Central Station site, given a break on property taxes


Even though downtown Phoenix property owners will face higher property tax rates due to the use of a tax incentive, the city of Phoenix approved the incentive’s use earlier this month on a residential tower that will be built on the current Central Station site and is looking to use it for future development projects. Read story

Crescent Ballroom celebrates three years of music, food and friends with a free concert


Crescent Ballroom, a music venue that plays live performances every day from national or local bands, celebrated their third birthday with a free concert on Oct. 23. Read story

CNN correspondent analyzes the importance and power of journalism at Must See Monday


While the journalism industry may not be the industry audiences once knew, the future is about reshaping and finding out how to reach an audience, said Brian Stelter, senior media correspondent for CNN Worldwide and the host of “Reliable Sources.” 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

Devilishly Healthy: F.lux app won't let your devices deprive you of the sleep you need


Do you ever feel sleepy during the day? Do you tend to doze off at weird times for no apparent reason? Or do you just feel drained a lot of the time? If you answered yes to any of these questions, believe it or not, there’s an app for that. It’s called f.lux. Read story

Friendly competition fuels fundraiser to fight HIV and AIDS through Aunt Rita's AIDS Walk


More than 6,000 people walked the streets of Phoenix on Sunday for the Aunt Rita’s AIDS Walk raising more than $300,000 to benefit those who have been affected by HIV and AIDS. Read story

Primavera Folklorico Dance Company to bring storytelling to Día de los Muertos celebration


The Primavera Folklorico Dance Company has been performing around Phoenix and Arizona since 1975. On Oct. 26, they’ll bring their unique blend of traditional Mexican folk dancing to Margaret T. Hance Park for the third annual Día de los Muertos PHX Festival. Read story

Arizona School for the Arts debuts original play highlighting creative playwriting process


The Arizona School of the Arts will debut a play this weekend that they commissioned from local playwright Dwayne Hartford. A grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts made the project possible. Read story