This Friday, Phoenix artist Christine Cassano is shaking up the local art scene in two significant ways.
On June 10, 2010, the Keeper of the National Register accepted the nominations for 10 Central Phoenix historic districts.
Local First Arizona’s recent study proves local spending makes a difference.
This year’s Modern Phoenix Home Tour returns April 11, and promises to be the most successful yet.
On April 1, ASU will hold the first of series of community dialogues at the Downtown Phoenix campus between 8 a.m. and noon.
GeOasis has developed a unique solution in a historic home to meet the Valley’s home cooling and heating needs using the solar energy stored just below our feet.
Tis the season for friends, family and fun. Come and experience all these and more at Get Your Phx-Mas on December 17 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Phoenix Metro Retro.
Valley Forward Association brings business and civic leaders together for thoughtful public dialogue on regional issues.
Amidst the new construction, public art projects and restaurant openings throughout Downtown Phoenix, one local artist made a big impact with little more than a brush, some paint and a desire to create.
Not only was Greenbuild an opportunity to promote the virtues of shopping locally, it was also an opportunity for Local First Arizona to connect with many local green-business owners in Arizona.