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The outside of Player 15's employee offices
A new office building located in the Warehouse District of Phoenix will move Player 15 employees from the Footprint Center to the new campus, with plans for expansion in the upcoming months.
Apr. 4, 2024
Wood and gold trophy
Attendance at the NCAA Men’s Final Four is expected to return to pre-pandemic levels for the first time this weekend. Researchers with Common Sense Institute Arizona estimate about 75,000 attendees will travel to State Farm Stadium in Glendale.
Apr. 4, 2024
David Hemphill
Phoenix’s Black Theatre Troupe is wrapping up its 53rd season with a revival of “Storyville,” a musical about a pivotal moment in jazz history, set in the brothels of 1917 New Orleans.
Apr. 4, 2024
Woman with white hair poses in front of her face in mural
Eastlake Park in Phoenix has a new mural featuring groundbreaking Phoenix people of color as well as refurbished basketball courts as part of the NCAA Men’s Final Four Legacy Project.
Apr. 3, 2024
Arizona-shaped Final Four logo on basketball court
The 80,000 visitors expected to take part in NCAA Final Four festivities starting this weekend around the Valley can expect safety from months of planning, according to Arizona public safety agencies.
Apr. 2, 2024
Portrait of bald man next to book cover
Journalist and author Stephen Robert Miller, who grew up in Tucson, wrote "Over the Seawall" about how lofty attempts to control nature and protect ourselves from climate change often backfire. He joined The Show to talk more about the book.
Apr. 2, 2024
Chase Field in downtown Phoenix
Opening day for the Arizona Diamondbacks last Thursday was a record-setter with a 16-1 trouncing against the Colorado Rockies.
Mar. 30, 2024
Colorful map of Arizona and Mexico
Miriam Davidson is a journalist and author in Tucson who focuses on border issues. She spoke to The Show about being the guest curator for the University of Arizona’s Special Collections Library’s new exhibition “Sanctuary: Who Belongs Here?”
Mar. 29, 2024
With Glendale preparing to host the men’s Final Four next weekend, the NCAA partnered with a local artist to create decorative basketball hoops that will be on display at opposite ends of the Valley.
Mar. 29, 2024
Rows of kids books
The Glendale Public Library has eliminated late fees. It's one of many library systems across the state and country to do so in recent years.
Mar. 29, 2024
Two men stand on basketball court
University of Arizona had a horrific shooting night, going 5 of 28 (17.9%) from 3-point range. The Wildcats have lost to a team seeded at least four spots below them in each of their last six NCAA Tournament appearances.
Mar. 29, 2024
Looking down the outside metal trusses at Chase Field
Thursday is opening day in Major League Baseball, and the Arizona Diamondbacks begin the defense of their National League Championship at home against the Colorado Rockies.
Mar. 28, 2024
Woman with light hair speaks into microphone
Phoenix-based author Jenn McKinlay writes both mysteries and romantic comedies, and was a city librarian before she broke into the publishing world. She spoke more about it with The Show.
Mar. 26, 2024
The Third Annual Funky Latina Music Festival gets underway Saturday, March 30 at the Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix.
Mar. 26, 2024
baseball on the grass
The Arizona Diamondbacks will be hosting an array of themed game nights this season for everyone from PRIDE Night to Faith and Family Night. What began as an historically multi-faith night in many baseball organizations has become specifically associated with evangelical Christianity.
Mar. 26, 2024
portrait of woman and cover of book
Christina Estes has covered Phoenix City Hall and the business community for KJZZ News for nearly a decade. She was a TV reporter here before that. And today, she’s out with her first book — a mystery novel about a reporter in Phoenix.
Mar. 26, 2024
Mill Avenue downtown Tempe signpost map
Tempe city officials recently approved a $4.4 million contract to give historic Mill Avenue a face-lift. The upgrades are part of the Refresh Tempe initiative.
Mar. 22, 2024
Those attending Luke Days must pre-register, and identification is required for entry. The Air Force Thunderbirds will headline the event.
Mar. 22, 2024
Fountain Hills fountain
Peter Hill, artistic director of the Fountain Hills Theater, wrote a new musical version of "The Great Gatsby" and talked more with The Show about the familiar story.
Mar. 22, 2024
Thursday is World Puppetry Day and to celebrate, the Great Arizona Puppet Theater will be hosting an all-day event. And last year, it celebrated its 40th anniversary, and its new artistic director is keeping the operation in the family.
Mar. 21, 2024

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