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The city of Surprise and Maricopa County will spend federal coronavirus relief funds to build a multigenerational community resource center.
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Apr. 24, 2022
Chase Field
A recent study finds the Arizona Diamondbacks are the most affordable experience in Major League Baseball. The average cost of a game ticket, parking, two beers and a hotdog costs just over $46.
Apr. 23, 2022
louis farber in all puppet players' 'reservoir dogs'
Quentin Tarantino’s films are known for having snappy dialogue and top-notch cinematography. They also feature a lot of violence and language we can’t use on public radio. So of course, Phoenix's All Puppet Players decided his "Reservoir Dogs" would be a perfect fit for their latest adult-oriented puppet production.
Apr. 22, 2022
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Jazz legend Charles Mingus would have turned 100 on Friday, and in honor a festival is being held in his birth city on Saturday. The Charles Mingus Centennial Jazz Celebration will be held in Nogales to honor the bassist and composer.
Apr. 22, 2022
ASU Spring Football Showcase 2022
Arizona State’s already troubled football program received more negative news Thursday as two of its top players — sophomore linebacker Eric Gentry and junior wide receiver Ricky Pearsall — have decided to transfer.
Apr. 21, 2022
rosemarie dombrowski and bryan hall
Every one of us has had some kind of experience with health care or the medical profession. Some of us are willing to share the experiences and how they've shaped us. That applies to the contributors in the new medical poetry journal being unveiled today called “Grey Matter.”
Apr. 21, 2022
On the geographical margins of two countries, the U.S.-Mexico borderlands share a culture of their own. But many people who live there feel common narratives fail to grasp the realities of life there. But a team of women artists known as Las Fronterizas is working to change that narrative by highlighting love in the region.
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Apr. 20, 2022
Laura Trujillo Stepping Back from the Ledge
Turning trauma into hope and something useful — that's what Laura Trujillo has tried to do with her new book.
Apr. 20, 2022
Devin Booker Phoenix Suns Round 2 jump shot
Not only did the Suns lose Game 2, but they’re unsure about the health status of All-Star guard Devin Booker, who was spectacular in the first half with 31 points before leaving with right hamstring tightness in the third quarter.
Apr. 19, 2022
April Bojorquez and Matt Garcia
As talks of climate change continue, more and more land around the world is turning into desert. But artists from Desert ArtLAB have started a project combatting — and even re-envisioning — this: The Desertification Cookbook.
Apr. 19, 2022
Ty Chiko Mirabella
Ty Chiko is an ASU graduate student and a musician-in-residence at Mirabella at ASU. The Show spoke with him about working with Mirabella residents and what it's like to live there.
Apr. 19, 2022
drawing and driving by Steven Yazzie
Earthworks is a genre of art that dawned in the 1960s. Artists left institutions to work directly on the land, their work shedding light on our relationship with the planet. Now, the ASU Art Museum is looking at that relationship through a contemporary lens.
Apr. 18, 2022
Shady Park
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled in favor of the Mirabella at ASU retirement community last week, requiring the nearby Shady Park club to end live music earlier in the evening and lower the volume of performances. Attorney Scott Zwillinger is representing Shady Park. He says an appeal is likely, and the case affects more than just one business.
Apr. 16, 2022
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The city of Phoenix is offering multiple paid public art opportunities. They range from large-scale projects like creating art to be incorporated into building security at 100 W. Washington St., to designing visually pleasing concrete treatments at Perry Park and smaller exhibitions for the Phoenix Airport Museum.
Apr. 16, 2022
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Phoenix Fashion Week is hitting the runway April 15-16. The event attracts models, designers and fashionistas from across the U.S., including North Dakota, where Indigenous designer Norma Baker-Flying Horse is from.
Apr. 15, 2022
signs says welcome to mesa
Mesa is looking for volunteers and the city is holding a recruitment fair this Wednesday from 4-6 p.m. at Mesa Arts Center Outdoor Alliance Pavilion at 1 E. Main St.
Apr. 14, 2022
Danielle Durack Tiny Desert Concert Tovrea Castle
Danielle Durack says writing songs allows her to get rid of the mental clatter in her head. No matter the motivation, we’re lucky to hear the sweet, dreamy results. The Show met up with her on a breezy day at Tovrea Castle — part of the return of Tiny Desert Concerts.
Apr. 14, 2022
Jayden Daniels NIL Ford Mustang
Student-athletes at Arizona State University may soon have another way to earn money off of their name, image and likeness.
Apr. 14, 2022
Steve Wilks
Former Arizona Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks has joined the high-profile lawsuit filed by former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores, alleging racism in the NFL’s hiring and firing practices. Wilks, who is African American, lasted only one season with the Cardinals.
Apr. 14, 2022
Shady Park
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge has ordered a restaurant in Tempe to end live music earlier at night, and to cap the volume. The preliminary injunction issued was sought by a high rise retirement complex built on ASU’s campus.
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Apr. 13, 2022


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