When walking through downtown Mesa, the relatively small-scale streets and buildings have a quaint feeling that do not hint to Arizona’s largest arts center sitting squarely downtown on Main and Center Street. However, once you get within a block of…

When it first opened in 1924, the Nile was a state-of-the-art theater, with sloping floors, a large central stage, and the best cooling system in the city. Despite the theater only being able to feature silent shows at first, the grand movie palace…

It is a common sight to see someone sit and marvel at the Tempe Municipal Building’s architecture. The upside-down pyramid is a modern and edgy mash-up of Egyptian and Mayan architecture. The eye-catching design sparks conversation, which is…