Devil's Advocate: Gratuitous reveling in the Arizona State Fair


Downtown Devil Chief Copy Editor Kim Koerth enjoys the fried food, live music and brightly-colored rides at the Arizona State Fair. But her true fair love lies in the petting zoo, with the goats who jump and chew your hair. 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

Phoenix Phabulous Experience storytelling event shares tales of Phoenix's history


Local authors and historians spoke about three historical time periods that were instrumental to the growth of modern-day Phoenix as local artists simultaneously painted related murals at the A.E. England Building Wednesday night for the Phoenix Phabulous Storytelling Salon. Read story

Spooktacular guide to Halloween in downtown


Looking for something spooktacular to do this Halloween? Check out the Downtown Devil guide to the best parties, performances, art exhibits and costume contests around downtown Phoenix. Read story

Alwun House founder Kim Moody revitalizes Garfield neighborhood and shapes arts scene


Kim Moody is the founder of the Alwun House art gallery and performance space. Moody helped bring the First Fridays art walk to Phoenix and used social activism to revitalize the Garfield neighborhood, where Alwun House is located. 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

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