Every first Thursday of the month at Valley Bar, the Downtown Phoenix cocktail lounge and music venue, community members occupy a dimly lit book room with less than 30 seats to have 17th-century French salon-inspired conversations.
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In 2016, 35.6 percent of Arizona legislators were women and now following last year's election, that number has increased to 38.9 percent.
Proposed in 2001, the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act was a piece of bipartisan legislation that did not pass, though it would have granted undocumented immigrants temporary residency and later, permanent residency. College students that would have benefited from this are referred to as DREAMers.
In Spanish, “con ganas” means “with effort,” and the co-founders of a local Hispanic-heritage-inspired activewear line, Ganaz Apparel, firmly believe in those words.
In a vast and dramatically lit room, mannequins line every wall clothed in the avant-garde designs of McQueen, Kenzo, Lacroix and more. The Phoenix Art Museum exhibit "Emphatics" is the first time has been able to view this archive as a whole.
In every presidential election, there are a variety of political advertisements in favor or against each candidate on TV, radio, embedded within social media and plastered in our neighbors’ front yards. But behind these advertisements is an art form, and one that artists Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese are truly passionate about.
Third Friday in Downtown Phoenix has quickly become a third cousin to the popular First Friday events, but with more focus on art galleries and the local artists that inhabit them.
The Business of Fashion club at ASU welcomed their former president and co-founder of the club, Audree Lopez, back for a special club event on Oct. 6 in McCord Hall where she spoke to over 50 students.