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In Scottsdale, the annual Canal Convergence art exhibition is celebrating its 10th year of featuring large-scale creative works. Natalie Marsh, director of Arts Learning and Innovation for the city, recently talked to PBS’s “Arizona Horizon” about the event.
Nov. 6, 2022
Gus Farwell
A former Arizona State University football player is returning to his alma mater Nov. 4. But this time, he’s not performing on the gridiron. Gus Farwell is a former college quarterback turned opera singer.
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Nov. 4, 2022
Taylor Glasheen Tulpis
Taylor Glasheen has always played music, always written songs, always performed here and there. But when the pandemic hit, she went to Nashville and recorded her debut album “Tip Me A Dollar” with an all-star slate of players.
More Tiny Desert Concerts
Nov. 3, 2022
Arizona Coyotes Tempe arena development rendering
According to the team’s president, the Tempe City Council is now set to vote on the proposed arena project at the end of this month. However, the council is also likely to send the proposal to a vote of Tempe residents next year.
Nov. 3, 2022
A sign at the playground at Cortez Park
On Wednesday, the Phoenix City Council approved a pilot program to add overnight security to 11 city parks, along with Cholla Trail at Camelback Mountain.
Nov. 2, 2022
skull art
Día de los Muertos has become more popular in recent years, but it's drawn concerns about cultural appropriation. Artist Emily Costello doesn't mind sharing it, though, on one condition.
Nov. 1, 2022
person watching tv
Arizona's politics are in the national spotlight. And it's not just ads that are boosting interest, but sketches and interviews as well.
Nov. 1, 2022
an ofrenda with colorful decorations, including artificial flower decorations and papel picado, with many photos on it
Cultura, familia y arte. Culture, family and art. Those are the key themes of "Modern Latina," a new art exhibition open at the Scottsdale Public Library.
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Nov. 1, 2022
Horror movie killer with knife in red doorway hallway
It's Halloween, and while some might eagerly tune in to a horror flick, others shudder at the very thought. But Barbara VanDenburgh is here to defend the horror genre and its merits.
Oct. 31, 2022
Marcelo Ebrard
This week, Mexico officially put itself in the running to host the Summer Olympic Games in 2036. Officials see it as a show of the country’s sporting prowess.
Oct. 28, 2022
karen altamirano in the beetlehouse's waiting room display
Halloween is just around the corner, and it's showtime for one Phoenix house dedicated to the 1980s hit "Beetlejuice." For the past four years, Karen Altamirano and Matthew Wiley’ have decorated their front yard with life-size mannequins of the "Beetlejuice" main characters and other homemade decorations. A massive cutout of a sandworm snakes through the yard.
Oct. 28, 2022
ASU Mullett Arena hockey Tempe
The Arizona Coyotes play their first home game of the new season Oct. 28, when they face off against the Winnipeg Jets at Mullett Arena on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus.
Oct. 28, 2022
wide view of outside building and trees
Nearly three years after a consultant’s suggestion, the Phoenix Convention Center is moving forward with plans to create an entertainment district.
Oct. 27, 2022
jason p woodbury's new album is 'Something Happening/Always Happening'
After years working on all sides of Arizona's music industry, Jason P. Woodbury has now released his first solo album, as well as one with his band, Kitimoto.
Oct. 27, 2022
Kari Lake
The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee, and the Arizona Cardinals, are silent on gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake having dared the NFL to pull the big game from Glendale in February.
More Arizona politics news
Oct. 26, 2022
Amber McCrary
Zines are a way for lots of authors — particularly those who don’t often get a seat at the traditional publishing table — to get their work out into the world. They’re part of what Amber McCrary calls the "radical publishing world."
Oct. 26, 2022
Ryan L. Jenkins and Katie McFadzen
Black Theatre Troupe in Phoenix is currently showcasing a play called “Barbecue.” It’s centered on one of the most typical of family outings.
Oct. 25, 2022
The first in a series of public engagement sessions for a large-scale downtown Glendale reinvestment project happens Wednesday night. The $70 million plan will revitalize City Hall, the parking structure, Murphy Park and its amphitheater.
Oct. 25, 2022
maggie muma
For the latest in The Show's seasonal collection of ghost stories, Maggie Muma of downtown Phoenix shares the tale of her encounter with some cruising specters on a Valley freeway.
Oct. 24, 2022
devoney looser is author of 'sister novelists'
The Brontë sisters are famed for their writing prowess. But before them came another pair of successful literary sisters: Jane and Anna Maria Porter — and have been largely forgotten to literary history.
Oct. 24, 2022


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