Wednesday, September 30th

Take a walk, grab a drink, hear some poetry and learn more about the trans youth experience. This Could Be Happy Hour @ DeSoto Central Market From downtown Phoenix advocacy group This Could Be Phx, this semiregular, unstructured gathering is designed to bring like-minded urbanites together for a beer and friendly discussion. 5-7 p.m. Free … Continue reading Wednesday, September 30th

Monday, September 28

Foreign Language (Feat. Members from Where Are All The Buffalo) Where: Crescent Ballroom When: Doors – 7 p.m., Show – 8 p.m. Admission: $3 – $5 (Please note, this show is 21+ over) Start off your week with some local music and a visit to Crescent Ballroom. Foreign Language’s most recent release, Taxus baccata, is … Continue reading Monday, September 28

Songbird Coffee & Tea House Acoustic Jams: Sept. 18

Songbird coffee house is a go-to coffee shop for many locals for its building’s charm, friendly baristas and creative drinks (I recommend the nitro cold brew and the iced matcha green tea latte). The co-owner and founder, Jonathan Carroll, has added another reason to choose Songbird: He started an acoustic night on Fridays to showcase a … Continue reading Songbird Coffee & Tea House Acoustic Jams: Sept. 18

Saturday, September 26

Chile Pepper Festival Local chefs will compete against each other in the 4th annual Chile Pepper Festival, with activities for both kids and adults. In addition to food samples, there will also be live music, salsa dancing and a talent show. Roosevelt Row is the host, and they’re offering deals if you sign up to … Continue reading Saturday, September 26

Friday, September 25

9:30 a.m. Confluence of Cultures in the American West Get in tune with the Valley’s history through art at Scottsdale’s Museum of the West. One of their latest exhibitions, “Confluence of Cultures in the American West” explores Arizona’s past with painting that depict the beauty, conflict and diversity of the Southwest. For more information, see Scottsdale’s … Continue reading Friday, September 25