Activist and agent for change Roberto Reveles champions underdogs like immigrants and Latinos


Roberto Reveles helped to organize the biggest political demonstration in Arizona history. For his lifetime of work serving the Latino and immigrant communities, Reveles received the Orgullo Award at the 2014 Stylos Awards. Read story

A Tailored Place: 2014 Stylos Awards celebrate culture, community and couture in style


On Saturday night, members of the downtown Phoenix community gathered for the ninth annual Stylos Awards, a triple-threat event that can only be described as an awards ceremony, a concert and a fashion show. Read story

CO+HOOTS to start international exchange program connecting with global entrepreneurs


Phoenix coworking space CO+HOOTS is going international. The business’s nonprofit arm, the CO+HOOTS Foundation, has started the CO+EXCHANGES program to share the talent in Phoenix with nonprofits around the world. Read story

Mayor's Arts Awards: Meet this year's winners


The Downtown Devil explores the stories of five of the six Mayors Arts Awards 2014 winners of dance, music, theater, visual art and public art. Read story

Artspace comes downtown, pitches live-work units to enhance Phoenix art community


Artspace, a national non-profit, met with artists downtown Wednesday to get their opinions on possible live-work spaces. The organization already has similar programs in Avondale and Mesa. Read story

Light Rail Confidential Case File 29: Stationary


When the light rail glides down First Avenue past the Circle K, she doesn’t look. Every day, she turns her body to face the opposite direction or wrenches her eyes tight, barely visible behind don’t-mess-with-me glasses. Read story

Devilishly Healthy: How you can stay active this holiday season in downtown Phoenix


Cooler temperatures mean more hours to enjoy the Phoenix outdoors. What are some of the events happening around downtown Phoenix during these brisk months to engage residents in a healthy lifestyle? Read story

GreenHaus owners leave Phoenix to start their family with more parentage rights protection


Cole and Dayna Reed, owners of GreenHaus Gallery and Boutique on Roosevelt Row will close their doors for the last time Feb. 11 following their last First Friday Feb. 6 before the couple moves to Portland, Ore., a state with more parentage rights protection. Read story

HandsOn Greater Phoenix commemorates 21 years of service with about 400 partners


HandsOn Greater Phoenix, a local nonprofit organization that manages volunteers, celebrated 21 years of service to the city Friday. Read story

Caffeine Corridor gathers poets together in celebration of six-year anniversary


Poetry enthusiasts congregated at {9} the Gallery Friday evening for the six-year anniversary of the Caffeine Corridor Series, a monthly reading that brings together a wide variety of people. Read story