Recently, archaeologists in Southern California found a Sphinx used in the 1923 version of The Ten Commandments directed by Cecil DeMille. Scott Eyman is DeMille’s biographer and is here to explain more about why the set was buried and why DeMille made two different Ten Commandments films.
Arizona State shook up the college football world — and faced a lot of criticism — when it hired Herm Edwards as its new head football coach. Here for a few minutes to talk about it is Anne Ryman, who covers higher ed for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.
Self-described as up-tempo but down-hearted, the heart and soul of The Blood Feud Family Singers is the poetic lyrics that pluck at your emotions, and the bluesy-folk tunes take a walk down the dusty road of love and heartbreak.
Whistleblowing has been an important part of reacting to workplace corruption and oppression and trying to bring about dramatic change. In recent decades, whistleblowers have been treated with greater respect by the general public. Tom Devine is legal director of the Government Accountability Project and has represented a number of whistleblowers.
It’s been ten months since Phoenix council members approved a $75,000 contract for a consultant to evaluate the downtown arena where the Suns and Mercury play basketball. Wednesday, they approved spending another $125,000.
The county decided to spend $60 million to $65 million on a remodel of the massive concrete structure, which takes up a whole block of Third Avenue between Madison and Jackson streets in downtown Phoenix.