Tag: Phoenix

Roosevelt Growhouse finds temporary new home at historic Knipe House

By Craig Johnson The Roosevelt Growhouse will begin a new garden on Roosevelt Row after receiving temporary access to the historic Knipe House property.

Roosevelt Growhouse closes garden, hopes to move to historic Knipe House

By Craig Johnson After its final Sunday of community gardening at its now closed location, the Roosevelt Growhouse is looking to reopen at a temporary location.

Roosevelt Growhouse leaves rich legacy, searches for new location

By Craig Johnson As the Roosevelt Growhouse shuts down operations at its current property, its future is uncertain despite a rich legacy.

ASU students speak out against Trump

VIDEO: Community Gardens in South Phoenix

AUDIO STORY: The Phoenix Hostel offers more than a place to sleep.

VIDEO ARTICLE: Phoenix Skatercon International highlights vibrant skateboard and punk culture

Video by Craig Johnson

VIDEO ARTICLE: Heard Museum hosts the 26th World Championship Hoop Dance Contest

Video by Craig Johnson

Arizona arts commission continues annual grant despite 2015 budget cuts

By Craig Johnson The Arizona Commission on the Arts awarded money to 10 Arizona artists through a competitive grant program earlier this month, despite a large cut in funding for the 2016 fiscal year.

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