Just a few years ago Kyle Jordre was a middle school teacher in Minnesota. Today he’s an accomplished Phoenix artist.
What started as a way to reconnect with his past, has led Abraham James to connect with his central Phoenix community in ways he never imagined.
Radiate Phoenix, a gathering of downtown advocate and urbanites will celebrate its two year anniversary next Tuesday, September 29th with an exclusive preview of the all new Phoenix Public Market Urban Grocery and Wine Bar.
On Saturday, September 26, a handful of adaptive reuse projects will be highlighted during the Grand Avenue Festival.
A selection of my favorite articles and blog posts from the past week.
If you enjoy living, working or playing in downtown Phoenix, chances are you owe a thank you to the Downtown Voices Coalition.
These are some of the articles I‚Äôve read that have got me thinking recently:
Park(ing) Day is coming to downtown Phoenix on Friday, September 18th, as community activists, neighborhood leaders and urban planners step up to the curb, put a quarter in the meter, and proceed to transform curbside metered parking spots into temporary public parks.
Stinkweeds owner Kimber Lanning can often be found in and around the record store, but she relies on a committed staff to keep things humming. One of these people is store manager Lindsay Cates.
Rising from the empty lots south of Roosevelt Row, Bioscience High School is an exciting addition to downtown Phoenix.