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KJZZ's Here and Now
KJZZ's Here & Now was an interview program hosted by Steve Goldstein that aired on Wednesday mornings until 2016. Hear Steve Goldstein weekdays on KJZZ's
at 9 a.m.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
'Southwest Noir' Collects Short Stories With Arizona Influence
Paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim Talks About The Discovery Of The Spinosaurus
Ducey Aims To Streamline Economic Development With New Office
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Civil Rights Leader Says Math Literacy Is Key In Low-Income Areas
National Security Expert Talks Changing Wars Overseas
Should Satanic Group Lead Phoenix City Council Meeting Invocation?
ASU's President Crow Talks Education, Ducey's Budget Proposal
Defending Your Boss' View When You Disagree
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Arizona Board Of Regents President Talks Importance Of Funding, Research At Universities
Report Discusses Arizona Juvenile Justice, Policies
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Longtime Media Strategist Discusses Career, Retirement
Jason Alexander, 'Seinfeld's' George Costanza, Discusses Performing
Longtime Artist Betye Saar Opens Solo Show At Scottsdale Museum
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
National Geographic Cinematographer Aims To Save National Park In Africa
ASU Professor Explains What Changes IRS Needs To Make
Reporter Analyzes Diane Douglas' State Of Education Address
Arizona Utility Experts Discuss State's Energy Outlook In Report
Why Republicans Are Unhappy With Senator John McCain
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Ducey Addresses Water Concerns To Ensure Long Term Security
Political Scientist: Lobbying Is Not Always A Bad Thing
Arizona Historian Jack August Named Director Of Museum And History
Sports Reporter Gives Update On Former Fiesta Bowl Chairman John Junker
Gilbert Woman Featured On TLC Show 'Extreme Time Cheaters'
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Novelist Tim Johnston Sets Book 'Descent' In Rocky Mountains
Arizona Author: Westerns Still Worthy As Storytelling Genre
Phoenix Suns Owner Blames Millennial Culture For Team Problems
Arizona Politicians: What Issues To Expect In 2016 Legislative Session
Film 'The Big Short' Shows Great Recession, Burst Of Real Estate Bubble
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
McCain Criticizes Obama's Refusal To Pardon Boxer Jack Johnson
Author Writes About US Immigration System From Personal Experiences
Thursday at 9 a.m.
A Valley theatre prepares to welcome back Broadway amid the pandemic.
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