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Brittney Griner Phoenix Mercury
The trial of Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner is set to begin in Moscow on Friday after the Kremlin recently announced her detention in Russia has been extended another six months.
Jun. 28, 2022
phoenix lights depicted in an art installation at sky harbor
A new installation at Sky Harbor’s latest terminal puts you inside a glass-bottomed airplane flying over Phoenix. You travel over the lights of streets and cars at night over our city’s distinct grid of neighborhoods, until the light brightens and the houses and roads turn to farm fields and desert mountains.
Jun. 28, 2022
Kelly Lytle Hernandez Bad Mexicans book
Inflammatory rhetoric related to border policy and immigration during the Trump administration exacerbated a cultural wedge between the U.S. and Mexico. And for some historians, that was reminiscent of the 1910 Mexican Revolution.
Jun. 27, 2022
Brittney Griner
Federal officials are continuing efforts to free Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner, who has been detained in Russia since February. Griner was arrested after Russian officials claimed they found cartridges containing hashish oil in her luggage at the airport.
Jun. 26, 2022
Steven Wright stand-up comedy
After more than 40 years as a standup comedian, Steven Wright is still touring. And on June 24, he'll be at the Rialto Theatre in Tucson.
Jun. 24, 2022
Twenty-eight terrazo wall pieces shaped like airplane windows line the wall of the eighth concourse
A new concourse at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport appeals to people who care about art, sustainability and, of course, travel.
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Jun. 23, 2022
An exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum, “Desert Rider” explores artists’ interpretations of lowriders, saddles and even skateboards and the role all of them have played in the culture of our region.
Jun. 23, 2022
Betsy Peterson girl on football team
June 23 marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX. To help mark the occasion, artist and educator Betsy Schneider, who's working on a project called, “Best Girl on the Team,” which documents 50 women who have played on men’s teams.
Jun. 23, 2022
Ms. Marvel, Stranger Things, Obi-Wan Kenobi, the Boys and Barry
Netflix’s announcement of layoffs has observers wondering about the present — and future — of streaming.
Jun. 22, 2022
FanDeul Sportsbook at Footprint Center in Phoenix
Legalized sports betting is less than a year old in Arizona, but even in that short time, our state has proven to be fertile ground for the industry.
Jun. 22, 2022
Some Arizona cities won't be celebrating the Fourth of July with fireworks this year due to supply-chain issues, while other shows are still on. Here's a guide to events in the Phoenix area and statewide.
Jun. 22, 2022
Youth Ensemble Theatre Incorporated is presenting its first show since the pandemic. Entitled, “This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing,” it’s a production about three young sisters who are left in a forest by their woodcutter father and forced to find their own way in the world.
Jun. 21, 2022
Many Worlds Phoenix Air Jordan low
Sneakerheads will spend hundreds on the latest sneakers. But a recent story from Cronkite News found that those retro basketball sneakers can keep you out of many of Scottsdale's most popular nightclubs.
Jun. 21, 2022
Calexico Joey Burns and John Convertino
The Show recently got a taste of the newest album by Arizona music legends Calexico. It's called "El Mirador." This is their 10th studio album, a landmark in their careers that frontman Joey Burns says wasn't actually on his mind when he went into the studio.
Jun. 20, 2022
Brittney Griner
Last week, members of the Phoenix Mercury met with State Department officials to talk about the situation. Vince Kozar was in that meeting; he’s president of business operations for the Mercury.
Jun. 20, 2022
backyard pool with slide
In the sharing economy, we can rent — or rent out — our homes and our cars, and now, our pools. Michael Goldstein is a travel writer and a contributor to Forbes. He’s written about one of these companies, called Swimply. The Show spoke with him to learn about the venture.
Jun. 16, 2022
Keiko Ratcliffe, founder and CEO of Skye's the Limit foundation, makes a heart with her hands while posing in front of the mural's selfie spot. The birds behind Ratcliffe look like a butterfly's wings when she stands in front of them.
Keiko Ratcliffe is the founder of Skye’s the Limit Foundation, which provides suicide prevention and substance misuse resources for young adults. This summer, the foundation unveiled its newest project: a community mural at the top of the Arizona Center’s parking garage.
Jun. 15, 2022
Harold Branch III
Last year, Juneteenth became a federal holiday. The name commemorates June 19, 1865 — the day that African American slaves in Texas received word they had been freed from enslavement two and half years earlier by President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. In the Valley, people celebrate the holiday in different ways.
Jun. 14, 2022
Jason Boatman
Jason Boatman has lived in the Bay Area, London, Berlin and moved to Phoenix in 2010. He says he’s been five years sober but that "growing up" has taken much longer than that. After a year of sobriety, Jason found he was discontent and was craving a deeper understanding and a search for meaning.
Jun. 14, 2022
Darren Huang
For the past couple of weeks, Instagram users have been sharing pie charts on their stories. These aren’t math quizzes, though; they’re related to the kinds of music people are listening to on Spotify.
Jun. 14, 2022


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