May 2021

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congo masks at the musical instrument museum
We’ve all been talking a lot about wearing masks these days to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, a different type of mask is taking center stage: Congolese masks.
May 14, 2021
George Kliavkoff
The Pac-12 Conference has been playing catch-up for several years when it comes to generating the kind of money its competitors have. And in the most lucrative sports, the conference’s success rate has been less than historic. But with the May 14 announcement of its new commissioner, George Kliavkoff, the Pac-12 schools and presidents believe they’re on a fresh track to competitiveness.
May 14, 2021
Karen Bradshaw Wildlife as Property Owners
In her new book "Wildlife As Property Owners: A New Conception of Animal Rights," Arizona State University law professor Karen Bradshaw explores how the situation would be different — and she argues, better — if animals had some legal claims to the land they live on.
May 14, 2021
Julie Erfle and Chuck Coughlin
KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week. The Show discussed the week in news with Julie Erfle of Erfle Uncuffed and Chuck Coughlin, President and CEO of HighGround.
May 14, 2021
colonial pipeline
The Colonial Pipeline has been restarted, days after a cyberattack sent it offline and prompted panic buying of gasoline in a number of states in the eastern U.S. The Show spoke with Nadya Bliss, who directs ASU’s Global Security Initiative, about how the Colonial Pipeline attack affects perception of how important cybersecurity is.
May 13, 2021
Contractors working for Cyber Ninjas
The Arizona Senate’s audit into the results of the 2020 election in Maricopa County will halt for a week as high school graduates take the place of ballots at the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix. The ongoing effort is making headlines not just in Arizona, but nationwide — and now it’s put Arizona center stage on late night TV.<br><small><b>→ <a href="" target="_blank">More Stories From The Show</a></small></b>
May 13, 2021
couple multitasking on technology using tablet computer laptop and smartphone outside
Among the bills Gov. Doug Ducey has signed into law during the current legislative session is one meant to tighten restrictions on doxxing — the process of revealing personal information about someone else online. The bill passed the Legislature with bipartisan support, but some are concerned it goes too far and may actually help limit political-related speech.
May 13, 2021
Electric Vehicle SOLO
A Canadian company has broken ground on a 230,000-plus square foot factory in Mesa, where it will manufacture a three-wheeled electric vehicle called SOLO.
May 13, 2021
50 Lessons To Learn From Frank Lloyd Wright Book Cover
Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture has become synonymous with the Phoenix area. But Wright’s designs are actually scattered all over the country. And photographer Andrew Pielage has made it his life’s work to photograph them all.
May 13, 2021
San Carlos Apache Oak Flat mine protest
Resolution Copper wants to build a copper mine in that part of the Tonto National Forest that would become one of the largest in the country. They say it would provide more than 1,000 jobs to a part of the state that needs them, but conservationists and American Indian tribes say it will irreparably harm the environment there.
May 13, 2021