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On this Season 10 opener, it’s all about anecdotes. We feature conversations about minor league baseball; the only Latino governor of Arizona, Raúl Héctor Castro, affectionately known as Raúlito; plus tales of the legendary troubadour Bob Dylan.
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Sep. 5, 2023
A train on the Verde Canyon Railroad
The ninth annual Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival opens Thursday. Entertainment will continue to be offered in a variety of unique venues, according to Jason Ryan, managing director of the festival, who spoke about it recently on PBS’s “Arizona Horizon.”
Sep. 3, 2023
A ceremonial groundbreaking was recently held to kick off the latest phase to transform water delivery passageways into recreation trails in the Maryvale area of Phoenix.
Aug. 31, 2023
Members of Mujeres Del Sol.
In Phoenix, when we talk about Latinx communities, chances are we aren’t referring to the Caribbean. Arizona poet and performer Melissa Dunmore is out to change that.
Aug. 31, 2023
Poster with lineup for HoCo Festival 2023
It’ll be the end of an era of sorts in Tucson this Labor Day weekend, as HoCo Festival comes to an end.
Aug. 31, 2023
Majestic Neighborhood Cinema Grill in Tempe
Like other events in the past, the pandemic threatened to end movie theaters for good as they had to shutter their doors for social distancing. They however are still around, and some movies continue to bring audiences to the big screen.
Aug. 31, 2023
MARGOT ROBBIE as Barbie, ALEXANDRA SHIPP as Barbie, MICHAEL CERA as Allan, ARIANA GREENBLATT as Sasha and AMERICA FERRERA as Gloria in Warner Bros. Pictures’ “BARBIE,”
The Show spoke with Aviva Dove-Viebahn about her recent essay in which she breaks down the themes of motherhood in the "Barbie" movie.
Aug. 31, 2023
As the writer’s strike drags on, leaders are increasingly voicing concerns that studios will use generative AI write scripts and undercut human compensation. Now, a federal court ruling could throw a wrench in those plans.
Aug. 30, 2023
Art and science are often viewed through an either-or lens. But not in the Phoenix Bioscience Core. Ten teams brought research to life with projects ranging from mocking up headgear that monitors your health to posters encouraging “emotional contagion” and a portrait of a scientist — one that includes her organs.
Aug. 30, 2023
Grand at Papago by Marky Lucking in Tempe, AZ.
The Show spoke with Rebecca Blume Rothman, the manager of public art for the city of Tempe, and longtime public artist and architect Matt Salenger, about the prevalence of public art in the Phoenix metro area.
Aug. 30, 2023
Kenny Dillingham addressing team at ASU Football practice
Arizona State University announced a self-imposed bowl ban over the weekend for alleged infractions under previous football coach Herm Edwards. The school defended the ban on Tuesday after taking criticism for the timing of the decision.
Aug. 30, 2023
two kids gaming on computers
The Show spoke with mobile reporter for CNET David Lumb about the connection between the gaming industry and climate change.
Aug. 29, 2023
Beyonce sings into a microphone shown on a large screen
It's been a summer of Economic girl power in the Valley and across the nation.
Aug. 27, 2023
Scott Avett paintings gallery
The Arizona Commission on the Arts has announced the awarding of over $5.4 million dollars in grants for nonprofits in the state.
Aug. 27, 2023
Kids working on a group art project
With students returning to the classroom, Great Arizona Puppet Theater has launched a two-week run of “Baby Bear Goes to School.”
Aug. 25, 2023
Nile Theater
Next year, the Nile Theater in Mesa will turn 100 years old. Now, city officials are moving forward with an ordinance to designate the theater a historic landmark.
Aug. 25, 2023
Katie Hobbs
New research shows the 2023 Cactus League season added $418.5 million to Arizona’s GDP, generating $36 million in tax revenue. The total economic activity resulted in $710.2 million.
Aug. 25, 2023
Man sitting on statue with fence, car and building in background
Hataalii, a 20-year-old musician from Window Rock on the Navajo Nation, spoke with The Show about how he initially took an interest in making music and being named Spin magazine's breakout star of 2023.
Aug. 25, 2023
Someone holding a film slate on a movie set.
The Show spoke with Joe Corcoran, an actor, comedian and member of the Arizona-Utah branch of SAG-AFTRA, about how the strike is affecting local actors and writers.
Aug. 24, 2023
Prickly pear cactus paddles and various textiles dyed with cochineal in studio.
The Show continues its series Saguaro Land with a conversation on a bug that has played a critical role in the textile world for a while, with Erika Lynne Hanson, an associate professor of Textiles and Socially Engaged Practices at Arizona State University.
Aug. 24, 2023


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