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04/25/2022

High school students get to study jazz alongside the greats in a one-of-a-kind program at The Nash, one of the Valley’s only jazz clubs. And it’s not your average high school marching band. “Most students in high school only really have two options: marching band and big band,” Joel Goldenth...

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04/14/2022

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Artists, musicians, mutual aid volunteers and community members gathered on Saturday at First Church UCC for the first-e...
04/14/2022

Artists, musicians, mutual aid volunteers and community members gathered on Saturday at First Church UCC for the first-ever “Semi-Annual Good Bad Taste Art Show.”

Community members gathered on Saturday at First Church UCC for the first-ever “Semi-Annual Good Bad Taste Art Show.”

Gabriel “Iffe” Lundberg signed a two-way contract with the Phoenix Suns on March 12, and on April 3, Lundberg made his N...
04/14/2022

Gabriel “Iffe” Lundberg signed a two-way contract with the Phoenix Suns on March 12, and on April 3, Lundberg made his NBA debut against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Despite only playing four minutes, those four minutes made Lundberg the NBA’s first Danish-born player in the history of the league.

Gabriel “Iffe” Lundberg signed a two-way contract with the Phoenix Suns on March 12and on April 3, Lundberg made his NBA debut against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Despite only playing four minutes, those four minutes made Lundberg the NBA’s first Danish-born player in the history of the league....

High school students get to study jazz alongside the greats in a one-of-a-kind program at The Nash, one of the Valley’s ...
04/06/2022

High school students get to study jazz alongside the greats in a one-of-a-kind program at The Nash, one of the Valley’s only jazz clubs.

High school students get to study jazz alongside the greats in a one-of-a-kind program at The Nash, one of the Valley’s only jazz clubs. And it’s not your average high school marching band. “Most students in high school only really have two options: marching band and big band,” Joel Goldenth...

04/06/2022

The smell of succulent ribs, hickory-smoked brisket and baked beans fills the air as you approach a vermillion-red brick building. No mistaking: you have arrived at Trapp Haus BBQ.

04/06/2022
04/06/2022

Even after the repeal of the mask requirements in Arizona State University classrooms, many students have still chosen to wear masks and take other precautions.

In the backyard of Palabras Bilingual Bookstore, poets and authors gathered to celebrate the first in-person BIPOC Open ...
04/05/2022

In the backyard of Palabras Bilingual Bookstore, poets and authors gathered to celebrate the first in-person BIPOC Open Mic Night in over two years. https://downtowndevil.com/palabras-bilingual-bookstore-creates-storytelling-space-for-communities-of-color/

In the backyard of Palabras Bilingual Bookstore, poets and authors gather to celebrate the first in-person BIPOC Open Mic Night in over two years on Saturday, after switching to virtual events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Palabras Bilingual Bookstore is a local library and bookstore located in down...

04/05/2022

Cahokia, a woman-owned, Indigenous-led Phoenix business, provides a safe environment for local artists, designers and entrepreneurs to sell their products and support each other.

Phoenix residents could see an increase in water bills and property tax rates as Colorado River water becomes more expen...
04/05/2022

Phoenix residents could see an increase in water bills and property tax rates as Colorado River water becomes more expensive in the coming years.

The City of Phoenix has agreed to participate in a drought mitigation plan that will require the city to voluntarily give up a large part of its entitled Colorado River water shares in order to keep Lake Mead, the nation’s largest reservoir, from falling to dangerously low elevation levels in 2022...

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04/02/2022

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01/08/2022

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and District 7 Councilwoman Yassamin Ansari on Friday revealed that they tested positive for COVID-19. Both of the city leaders expressed that they were vaccinated against COVID-19, including booster shots.
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12/09/2021

Roosevelt Street was bustling with delicious food, rich music and tasteful art at yet another First Friday event on Dec 4. For anyone that was not able to attend, here are the few of the booths you missed out on.
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12/09/2021

“Under this 12-month pilot program, 1,000 Phoenix families with children will be selected to receive a $1,000 stipend to use on household expenses, such as childcare, groceries, rent/utility bills, transportation, etc.,” the city explained in a press release.
http://ow.ly/MPtW50H7f86

12/09/2021

Some ASU students feel conflicted about ASU president Micheal Crow’s recent eight percent pay raise given earlier this year. His previous salary was around $715,000, which is now up to $770,000, a little over a $50,000 increase.
http://ow.ly/nGWs50H7f2O

12/09/2021

Making bagels in-house saved local business Copper Star Coffee from closing its doors for good. They now sells up to 200 bagels a day, according to a manager. On Thanksgiving day, the shop sold 89 bagels despite only being open for three hours.
http://ow.ly/bLbQ50H7eYt

12/09/2021

Charles Blonkenfeld, founder and owner of Bagelfeld Bagels is in the process of opening his own bagel shop after selling his bagels at the Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market for the past year.
http://ow.ly/sCx350H7eTw

12/04/2021

Downtown Phoenix saw a rise in sexual assault cases reported in October 2021 compared to the numbers reported in October 2020.
http://ow.ly/nA9R50H3sIP

12/04/2021

The Churchill promotes values through forming strong relationships both with members of the Phoenix community. “We’re all helping each other, so it’s just very family oriented. Everyone’s got each other’s backs,” Boudwin Hollett, a shopkeep at Gather said.
http://ow.ly/MAcP50H3sHJ

12/04/2021

The LGBTQ+ community continued to show immense support for the fight in equality at the 40th annual Pride festival in Phoenix early November. “Phoenix Pride envisions a unified community where diverse individuals are celebrated and able to thrive as their authentic selves,” stated on the Phoenix Pride website.
http://ow.ly/ToPg50H3sHu

12/04/2021

Yassamin Ansari, the youngest woman elected to the Phoenix City Council, hopes to implement the reduction of climate change within the District 7 community in addition to other commitments.
http://ow.ly/gSBA50H3sGq

12/04/2021

Protestors gathered outside the Sandra Day O’Connor U.S. Courthouse in downtown Phoenix in support of reproductive justice early morning on Dec. 1. “What’s happening in Mississippi is just going to be a ripple effect,” Sarah Kim, organizer and attendee of the Phoenix rally, said.
http://ow.ly/WKeS50H3sFK

12/03/2021

With the holidays rapidly approaching, charities provided by the Phoenix Police Department prepare for the annual “Shop With a Cop” on Dec. 9. Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, a nonprofit, created PLEA Charities to support fellow police officers, assist local organizations, and provide help to community members in need.
http://ow.ly/kJrH50H3e3W

12/03/2021

Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic announced Wednesday that the Arizona Diamondbacks have signed right-handed pitcher Mark Melancon. Jeff Passan of ESPN later reported that the deal is two years and worth $14 million.
http://ow.ly/VAqu50H30Z5

12/03/2021

Latin Night at the Duce in downtown Phoenix began as a way to experience a night of social dancing and celebrate Latin music and culture within the community. In 2017, co-creators of Latin Night Sam Stephens and David Olarte partnered with The Duce owners to create one night every week for social dancing.
http://ow.ly/RBFn50H30Ln

12/03/2021

Opened in 2007, Fair Trade Cafe, located at 1020 N. First Ave., has received awards throughout the years for its sustainable practices. In 2019, the cafe was awarded the Recycling Excellence Award for a small business.
http://ow.ly/4j1P50H30xn

12/03/2021

The Arizona Diamondbacks recently hired Joe Mather to be their next hitting coach, marking his second stint with the club. He spent five years in the organization as a coach in the minor leagues prior to his two years (2019-2020) with the Cincinnati Reds, where he was the assistant hitting coach and hitting director.
http://ow.ly/bnEK50H30f6

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