Charlottesville, Bannon, Russia-Gate, Arpaio and North Korea
After perhaps the worst incident in civil rights for decades, the nation is torn but not yet in half. The ever-worsening presidency of Donald Trump after the events in Charlottesville, in the Far East and right here in the Grand Canyon State.
Actions To Hit All AZ Congressional Offices Aug. 14 There Will Be Protests At The Offices Of Conservative Members And Supportive Actions At Offices Of Those Known As Progressives, But All Eight Districts Have At Least One Action Planned.
PHX Consciousness Calendar: Get Involved In August Consciousness Calendar Aug. 9 To 23: Dog Days Or No, People Are Finding Ways To Speak Out And Get Involved In The Phoenix Metro.
Creative Minds Can Make Positive Change Consciousness Calendar July 29 To Aug. 9: The Dog Days Of Summer Are On Their Way In The Phoenix Metro, But There's No Lag In Community-Service Events.
ASU Foundation: Innovative or Odd? The Non-Profit, Founded In 1955 Has Collected And Dispersed Millions Over The Years, But Some Experts Say Transparency Is Lacking.
AZ Entrepreneur Eyes Local Farm To Table Synergy Arizona Food Enthusiast Roza Ferdowsmakan Aims To Make Fresh And Delicious Meals Accessible To Everyone With bites. — Her New App.
Celebrate America's Birthday By Giving Back Consciousness Calendar June 28 July 12: In The Spirit Of July 4, We Bring You Nearly A Summer-Sized Cacophony Of Ways For Patriots Of All Ilks To Help Out Their Fellow Residents.
Under The Radar Bands Coming to Phoenix In August From Shabazz Palaces To Tall Tall Trees, The List Of Artists Coming To The Valley In August Has Something For Everyone.
Summer In Phoenix Is Rocking and Rolling Along Unlimited Arts Aug. 2 to 16: From Neil Diamond to Asleep at the Wheel, the music choices are many, along with a few live theater picks.
MST3K Comes Out Of Orbit, Circling Phoenix Unlimited Arts July 19 to Aug. 2: Looking For A Break From The Heat Or Current Events? MST3K Is A Strong Nostalgic Candidate, But The Variety Ranges From Film To Curtain And Even Dudes Like John Mayer.
Under The Radar Bands Playing The Valley in July A Bevy Of Acts From Around The Country Head To Phoenix In July, Including T-Rextasy, Sam O.B., Iji And Post Animal.
Summertime Means Sun, Fun, Events, And ... Weed? Unlimited Arts July 5 to 19: It’s Hot, But The Phoetro Is Cooking With Entertaining Events, Including Takes On Classical Works, But Also Quite A Few That Center Around Marijuana.
Rock On With Joe And Julie: Aging Rockers With the age of rock's roots extending past five decades, artists, acts and bands that still hit the road are getting up in years. Joe and Julie discuss some of the most prolific touring bands of all time.
The Sports Yak: Arizona D-backs, Cardinals and Phoenix Suns Talking Arizona D-backs, Cardinals and Phoenix Suns: How good have the D-backs really been, NFL Draft, future Suns and commissioners.
Top 5 Ways The Dbacks 2017 Squad Differs From 2016 Regardless Of The Common Theme Running Through Baseball Circles, New GM Mike Hazen Has Created A Whole New Team For His First Year On The Job.
DeMarcus Cousins Is Not A Role Model, Charles Barkley The Suns Are Once Again Considering Trading For a Talented Big Man With Questionable Character, But This Time It's Not The Right Choice.
The Sports Yak Talking Arizona Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Suns, and a whole lot of other things that have to do with balls and fields.
Modern Times Magazine's Sports Prime Cuts 2016 It Was A Banner Year For The Sporting World But According To Our Readers, They Were Most Interested In The Baseball, CTE, NFL And The Olympics.
Best Of Arizona Sports: Baseball Players The Grand Canyon State Has Two Of The Top Collegiate Baseball Teams In The Country, But What About Those Who Played Here In Little League And High School? We Assemble An All-Time Lineup.
Docs: Parents Should Buck Sports Specialization Trend Despite The Preponderance Of Parents To Think Their Child Needs To Focus On One Sport For Adult Success, Experts Say Multiple Sports Truly Grooms Lifetime Success.
The Trump Diaries: A Real POTUS For Fake Times According To Donald Trump's Not Real Diary, He Believes He May Get on Mt. Rushmore And That His Opposition To Transgender Issues Is That He Wants To Know What He May Be Grabbing.
Donald Trump Is Transitioning Take A Trip Down Satirical Lane And Take A Sneak Peek At A Special Address That The President-Elect Was Prevented From Giving By Daughter Ivanka, Son-In-Law Jared and Maybe Some Oompa Loompas.
The 1980s: Jail, Crack And Divorce While The Connection May Seem Dubious On The Surface, One Woman Claims Locking Up Crackheads For Life Revealed To Her That Her Life Was Really Being Married to One Penis Forever.
The Blizzard That Never Was A Storm Predicted To Produce One Of The Worst Blizzards Of The Century Peters Out And Some Local News Media Outlets Just Can't Let It Go.
Dietary Restructure A family man decides to get a consultation from a nutritionist. But when he realizes that losing weight will mean cutting out food items like cheddar fries, he obfuscates: all in good taste, of course.
Nine Suspense Novels With Surprising Plot Twists Like Getting Shocked And Dazzled By A Writer’s Wizardry In Creating and Leading Down The Path of A Plot’s Red Herring’s? Well, Here Are Nine Great Books That Will Do It For You.
Political Profundity: View of Trump, Washington from The Southwest Taking a look at the last few weeks, including the health care bill collapse, Junior's meeting with Russians and general federal misbehavior.
July 4 Means Independence And A Whole Lot More Five Points On One Of The Biggest U.S. Holidays: Why July 2 Was Considered The Birthdate Of Independence, And How The Document Became One Of The Most Quoted Of All Time.
Five Points: July 4 and Independence Day July 4 means Independence Day, but it means much more than that, including the start of unalienable rights and a lasting legacy.
Will 2017 Be Remembered For Presidential Protests? Since The January Inauguration of Donald Trump Protests Have Been Loud And Common, But When Even Republican Strongholds Are Witnessing Protests, It’s Not Hard To Fathom That Bigger Events Are Yet To Come.
Political Profundity: Reviewing Comey Former FBI Director James Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee, and talks about his interactions with President Trump, but what was more interesting is what couldn't be said in a public hearing.
Political Profundity: Previewing Comey A couple of days before former FBI Director James Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee, what might happen? No one knows, but it will undoubtedly be a circus. Also, D-Day is 73.