Devil's Advocate: A former USGD member's take on Tapscott running unopposed


Downtown Devil business editor and former USGD presidential candidate Travis Arbon reflects on the implications of an unopposed USGD campaign that may liberate student government from drama. Read story

Op-ed: Saluting the Phoenix Public Library & Arizona’s largest literacy collaboration


Our Phoenix Public Library was recently named as a finalist for the 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor given to museums and libraries by the Institute of Museum and Library Services Read story

A Tailored Place: Spring into Style


Phoenix Fashion Week’s spring trend show “Spring into Style” showcased this season’s work from six designers Saturday and ranged from floral prints to denim ensembles. Read story

METROnome: Phoenix Lights


Whether you were standing five feet away from Civic Space Park, where the festival was held, or across the street near the Lincoln Family Downtown YMCA, the earth-shattering bass coming from the Phoenix Lights festival was loud enough to keep one’s ears ringing for days. Read story

Devil's Advocate: Adaptive reuse keeping city's past intertwined with its future

Despite what appears to be a grim time for buildings and the memories and culture that go with them in downtown Phoenix, hope to preserve the past and enhance the future exists with adaptive reuse. Read story

Focus. Flash. Phoenix: Screen Deep


When I was at the Viva PHX festival Saturday, I couldn’t help but notice how many people saw the bands through their camera or phone screens rather than with their eyes only. Read story

Phoenix Lights festival brings electronica and electric art to Civic Space Park on Sunday


The Phoenix Lights festival will bring electronic music acts, art and colorful lights to Civic Space Park this weekend, in between Viva Phx and McDowell Mountain Music Festival. Read story

Curtain Critic: Phoenix Theatre to hold Hormel Festival of New Plays and Musicals


The Hormel Festival of New Plays and Musical brings local, diverse productions to the Phoenix Theatre for nine days of non-stop entertainment. Read story

A Tailored Place: Arizona Storytellers


Arizona Storytellers: Stories of a Stylish Life brought together eight individuals from different backgrounds and careers in fashion to share their stories at the Phoenix Art Museum on Wednesday, March 4. Read story

A Tailored Place: Treat yourself to stylish steals at Antique Sugar Vintage Clothing's new space


Antique Sugar Vintage Clothing is relocating to the Roosevelt District on April 17 after construction delays pushed the original April 3 open date back. The store’s owners wanted to move from their current location in the Melrose District to participate in downtown’s expansion and because of landlord issues. Read story