September 2023

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tree stump
Scientists were unsure for decades whether to believe data suggesting that shallow faults near Seattle had ruptured together or in close succession. Now, the University of Arizona-led research of tree rings has confirmed one or more major earthquakes occurred in the region 11 centuries ago this winter.
Oct. 2, 2023
Memorial Hall, one of three original Phoenix Indian School buildings left, predates Arizona statehood.
Today marks the National Day of Remembrance for Indian Boarding Schools, and Arizona's role in assimilating Native children continues casting a dark cloud on the Southwest.
Sept. 30, 2023
ASU Gammage Hamilton
I know. It doesn’t yet feel like fall. But autumn in the desert lasts only a fortnight, right? While what we call “the fall arts season” here in the Valley lasts for weeks. And around here, theater, visual art, live music and dance tend to happen indoors, where it’s air-conditioned. And we can forget about our lack of seasons.
Sept. 29, 2023
Lisa Scinto
Do you ever wonder what your kid's teacher is thinking? This week, we're hearing from Arizona educators for the latest collection in our SOAPBOX series, where listeners tell their own true stories. Next up is Lisa Scinto.
Sept. 29, 2023
books on a large white bookshelf
Getting rid of the stuff in our homes can be difficult and time-consuming. But for Lewis Buzbee, parting with one specific kind of item is more challenging than the rest: books.
Sept. 29, 2023
Ruben Gallego, Kyrsten Sinema and Kari Lake
KJZZ’s Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week from Arizona and beyond. This week, Gaelle Esposito of Creosote Partners and Marcus Dell’Artino of First Strategic discuss that and more.
Sept. 29, 2023
Gary Paul Nabhan, author of “Agave Spirits: The Past, Present, and Future of Mezcals”
The Show spoke with Gary Paul Nabhan, acclaimed ethnobotanist, about “Agave Spirits: The Past, Present, and Future of Mezcals” — his new book about everything from tequilas to bacanoras and more.
Sept. 28, 2023
james webb near infrared camera
Scientists at the University of Arizona are looking ahead to the space telescopes of the future, which they believe will have a main fundamental difference from what’s been used up until now.
Sept. 28, 2023
Blue Silhouette breakdancers
The Show spoke with Jorge Edson "House" Magaña, who teaches on the breakdance world as a clinical assistant professor in the School of Music, Dance and Theater at Arizona State University, about his thoughts on breakdancing at the Olympics.
Sept. 28, 2023
sad child
The Show spoke with Kelley Murphy, interim president and CEO of Children’s Action Alliance, about what kinds of impacts she is expecting to see in Arizona when this federal child care money goes away.
Sept. 28, 2023