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Latino voters were a focus of both parties leading up to last week’s election. How was Latino turnout, and how did they impact elections here and around the country? Plus, a look at 100 essential Arizona albums and the quest to define the "Arizona sound." That and more on The Show.

How would you describe “Arizona’s sound?” When Arizona Republic's music critic Ed Masley set out to define “Arizona’s sound," he found he couldn’t — there were too many sounds to choose from. So he set out to make a list of Arizona’s 100 essential records.
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Election officials across Arizona continue to count ballots, as several races hang in the balance. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap analyze the election and what comes next. Plus, we'll hear about a new movie that's set in Scottsdale. That and more on The Show.

butter movie
Nov. 6 is the opening of the 20th Scottsdale International Film Festival. While COVID-19 has forced the festival to change its approach, fans will still get a chance to “attend” by purchasing passes online to stream the festival virtually. Kicking off the festival is a movie about “Butter” — not the kind you put on your toast, but a lonely, obese teenage boy who lives in Scottsdale.
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Election officials around the state continue to count votes after Election Day. We'll hear where the races stand and what the results mean. Plus, how the pandemic has led one sci-fi writer to move away from dystopian themes. That and more on The Show.

Cory Doctorow
Science fiction explores numerous themes, but the two most common generally involve dystopia or utopia. An increasingly divided nation might have been in search of ideas that are more hopeful, but sci-fi has increasingly focused on the darker, edgier aspects. Best-selling author Cory Doctorow has decided to go the other way.
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Updated results and analysis from Election Day, as votes continue to be counted across Arizona. Plus, the view from inside a Valley emergency room as COVID-19 cases continue to increase. That and more on The Show.

Breakup Shoes at Valley Bar
Around the time that a band starts to gain popularity in Arizona, they’re faced with a crossroad: Stay or go. Indie band Breakup Shoes didn't just to stay — they take full ownership over being a Phoenix band.
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Election Day is here, and thousands of Arizonans are expected to head to the polls. We’ll check in with voting across the state. Plus, why Kindergarten enrollment has dropped in Arizona and what that means for students and schools. That and more on The Show.

Voters line up
Arizona voters headed to the polls on Tuesday to cast their votes in the general election, while a record number of voters turned in early ballots. Follow Arizona updates from the day with KJZZ and the Associated Press.
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