5 Stories From KJZZ's The Show To Ring In The New Year
As we welcome 2021, here are five stories from The Show to help you ring in the new year.
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How Social Media Helps People Connect Through Food
We all have a food story that we tell people to explain how crazy our family is, where we come from, how our grandmother made her orange-carrot jello mold set every Christmas. Vanessa Fonseca-Chavez argues social media is making it easier than ever before to share those stories — and connect through food. She talked to The Show about how her own food story led her in this direction.
Tiny Desert Concerts Artists Share Their Quarantine Playlists
One of our most beloved segments — Tiny Desert Concerts — has been put on hold as we wait out the coronavirus pandemic. We reached out to some of our Tiny Desert Concert alum to find how they are coping during this time of social distancing.
How Eddie Basha Helped Build A Vibrant Western Art Scene In Arizona
The first Bashas’ grocery story came to Chandler in 1932. That particular store location now houses its corporate headquarters — a modest and quaint design very different from the glistening high-rise we may imagine.
Untold Arizona: Tracing The Ancient Origins Of Arizona Rivers
In Medieval Europe, all roads led to Rome. In Arizona, all rivers lead to the Colorado. The Verde, the Gila, the Salt — without these rivers, life in Arizona would be unthinkable. Find out how scientists are still piecing together their mysterious origins.
'Woke-Washing' Is The Latest Trend For Companies Appealing To The Socially Conscious Consumer
More and more companies are aligning themselves with social causes in a bid to appear socially conscious. However, these companies are not always fully backing the cause they say they support.