Las Chollas Peligrosas is less than a year old, but already has a strong following. The group is known for blending different styles of Latin music, as well as American roots styles like blues and folk, and singing songs in both English and Spanish.
Last week, Brnovich sued the state Board of Regents for raising tuition at the three state universities to an unconstitutional level over the past 15 years. I sat down with ASU President Michael Crow to talk more about this and about the attorney general’s decision to also sue over the university's decision to offer in-state tuition to so-called "DREAMers."
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says a lawsuit filed by the state attorney general that accused the state university system of charging excessive tuition isn't necessary and that universities are properly funded.
At most theaters, the division between the audience and the performers is concrete – with auditions, vetting and often years of experience dividing the two. But for more than a decade, a tiny theater in downtown Phoenix has blurred those lines. It’s called Space 55. And its future is now uncertain.
Demographics are shifting — we hear about this a lot as it relates to social trends or politics, but what about religion? A new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute in D.C. finds changes here as well.