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Meat at grocery store
The bill is the second to address cultivated meat sales in the Legislature this year.
Feb. 26, 2024
Bashas' shopping cart
Arizona’s Kris Mayes joined a bipartisan coalition of state attorneys general and the Federal Trade Commission in filing a lawsuit to stop the largest proposed merger of grocery stores in the U.S.
Feb. 26, 2024
Secretary of State Adrian Fontes and Rob Fullmer appear at PHX Beer Co.
A week to recognize Arizona’s beer culture and its economic contributions became officially recognized once again Friday. Arizona Beer Week is now running in its 14th year.
Feb. 23, 2024
Thousands of people attended the International Franchise Association’s annual convention in downtown Phoenix.
Feb. 19, 2024
Volunteers pass out items
Despite the city of Tempe recently denying a special event permit for nonprofit AZ Hugs for the Houseless, the founder, Austin Davis, says the organization’s weekly Sunday picnics that work to provide food and resources to the city’s unhoused population won’t stop.
Feb. 16, 2024
Girl Scouts actually work with two different cookie bakers. This can result in different recipes, flavor lineups and different names — depending on what part of the country you’re in.
Feb. 16, 2024
Tamales
Gov. Katie Hobbs is on board with a new version of the tamale bill that she vetoed last year.
Feb. 15, 2024
hotel room
Preparations are underway for the Valley to host the NCAA Men’s Final Four. The local organizing committee expects Phoenix hotels to book 22,658 room nights with an average daily rate of $359.
Feb. 14, 2024
Rosie Grant
The Show spoke with archivist and digital creator Rosie Grant, whose TikTok features making recipes found on people's gravestones.
Feb. 14, 2024
Group of people
The Ajo Center for Sustainable Agriculture's program trains three to five aspiring farmers each cycle in Ajo and on the Tohono O’odham Nation
Feb. 13, 2024
Lion dance
The Show spoke with Arizona resident Bobby Kwan on how he and his family celebrate Lunar New Year.
Feb. 13, 2024
Keelono Bond breaks apart a packrat nest with a rake while San Carlos Apache forager Twila Cassadore supervises him.
Packrats are pests, particularly for car owners in and around the Valley. Yet this species is prized among Apaches in winter. And even an essential ingredient for their traditional diet.
More tribal natural resoures stories
Feb. 12, 2024
Phoenix City Hall
Phoenix is offering financial help to qualifying vacant retail and commercial properties.
Feb. 8, 2024
Phoenix leaders have awarded the first threatened building grant since the program was named after the former mayor, approving $400,000 to help preserve and rehabilitate a single-story home built in 1909.
Feb. 8, 2024
Meat at grocery store
The bill comes as the The USDA approved the sale of lab-grown meat last year.
Feb. 5, 2024
bathroom scale
The CDC say between 2017 and 2020, nearly a fifth of 2- to 19 year-olds were obese. Latin American countries have successfully implemented policies to bring those numbers down — including warning labels, taxes, advertising restrictions and portion control initiatives.
Feb. 5, 2024
Man in apron poses with pastry o tray
Mark Chacón makes citrus curds, creams and marmalades at his James Beard Award-nominated Chaconne Patisserie in the Valley, and recently walked The Show through making one of his best-sellers.
Feb. 5, 2024
A historic building in Phoenix once slated for demolition will be preserved in downtown’s Roosevelt Historic District. The single-story home, built in 1909, is surrounded by five-story apartment buildings near near Third Avenue and McKinley Street.
Feb. 1, 2024
Three volunteers wearing orange shirts working at a booth
For the 15th year, Tucson will shine on the literary stage. Volunteers help keep the event, which features more than 300 authors, free to the public, according to festival organizers.
Feb. 1, 2024
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted in favor of providing $500,000 of additional funding to the Arizona Food Bank Network to relieve food-insecure communities throughout the county.
Feb. 1, 2024

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