May 2021

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Rebecca Fish Ewan Doodling for Writers
Rebecca Fish Ewan is a landscape architect and poet, but she also has written a book about doodling, and she even teaches the occasional class on doodling. The Show spoke with her and began the conversation by asking why doodling has a bad reputation.
May 19, 2021
Jim Rounds
Gov. Doug Ducey recently joined several other Republican governors in deciding that they’ll soon stop accepting federal money to supplement state unemployment payments. To learn more about Arizona and unemployment, The Show spoke with economist Jim Rounds of Rounds Consulting.
May 19, 2021
A sign on a Phoenix restaurant advertises open positions
As more people are getting vaccinated, restaurants around the Valley are filling up. But it has been a rough year for the restaurant industry. So where are we now? And are we anywhere near getting back the culinary momentum we saw pre-pandemic?
May 19, 2021
tyler clark
"The Heiress: The Revelations of Anne de Bourgh" by Molly Greeley takes a minor character from the classic, "Pride and Prejudice" and puts her in a starring role.
May 19, 2021
Scottsdale Unified School District logo
The Scottsdale Unified School District governing board was forced to abruptly end its meeting May 18 after people attending refused to follow district rules and wear masks.
May 19, 2021
Contractors working for Cyber Ninjas
Defying calls by Maricopa County officials to end a controversial review of the 2020 election, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann said Tuesday that the review is justified and will continue. <br><small><b>→ <a href="" target="_blank">More Arizona Politics News</a></small></b>
May 18, 2021
Mexico Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard
In what has become a monthly ritual, Mexican and U.S. officials announced this week another month-long extension of the restrictions through late June. Northbound crossing restrictions have now been in place for well over a year along the U.S.-Mexico border.
May 18, 2021
Juniper trees in parts of Arizona are dying in large numbers, and the ongoing drought seems to be to blame.
May 18, 2021
fork and plate
The metro Phoenix dining scene has diversified dramatically in recent years, and a new generation of star chefs, bartenders, and mixologists has emerged. But in a sign that the talent expansion hasn’t happened overnight, we’re seeing some comeback stories.
May 18, 2021
Christopher Rodriguez
For decades, Ability360 — under multiple names — has been a leader in disability advocacy in the Valley. And after 20 years as the organization’s leader, Phil Pangrazio is retiring from the position. Beginning on June 1, Pangrazio’s successor Christopher Rodriguez takes over as president and CEO of Ability360.
May 18, 2021