{9} the Gallery earns enough through fundraiser, crowd funding to remain open

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After two days of raising money through a silent auction art event and a GoFundMe page, {9} the Gallery has raised enough money to stay open, especially after owner Laura Dragon cut a deal with her landowners. Read story

Dogfather hot dog stand gives vendor the freedom to care for his family

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The Dogfather hot dog stand offers $4 meals, regular weekday hours and the chance for owner Kevin Isherwood to support his family. Read story

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

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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

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

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{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

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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

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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

Lux Central to open new location downtown

Lux Central, a popular Central Phoenix coffee bar, will open a new location in downtown Phoenix on August 2015, this time bringing in a full-time restaurant. Read story

Capture12 gallery makes the community see photography through a different lens

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Capture12 is a new gallery on Roosevelt Row with a single focus: photography. Read story

Devilishly Healthy: The how-to's of herbal teas

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Herbal tea, often understated in the world of health, has more health benefits than many people realize! So what exactly is herbal tea and how does it differ from black, green and white teas? Read story

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

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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