Phoenix arts and culture office celebrates triumphs, benefits of art on 30th birthday


The City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture held the PHX Arts + Culture @ 30 Years celebration Saturday at the Phoenix Convention Center and Herberger Theater to illustrate that the economic and cultural benefits of art are worth the cost. Read story

Bragg's Factory Diner to close doors after two years, Barrio Cafe will move into building


The vegan diner, which had occupied the Grand Avenue space since 2013, will see its last day of business on Sunday. But foodies won’t have to wait long for a replacement. Read story

Roosevelt Row named one of the 'Great Places in America' by American Planning Association


The downtown district joins Mill Avenue in Tempe and Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza in Prescott as the third designated “Great Place” in Arizona. Read story

Paint Phoenix Purple starts Domestic Violence Awareness Month with purple lighting


Phoenix City Hall and a number of other buildings around downtown will be lit purple during October to help raise awareness for domestic-violence issues. Read story

Phoenix reverend unites communities with Black Lives Matter movement


After being pulled over, handcuffed face-down on the ground, and taken into police custody wrongfully at age 19, Rev. Reginald Walton developed a passion for justice that he now spreads across the state through Black Lives Matter. Read story