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The announcement came as this year's event in Las Vegas wrapped.
Jul. 16, 2023
Arizona Alice Cooper's Solid Rock Foundation specialty license plate
Other new plates include Arizona REALTORS Foundation for Housing and Community Outreach; Cancer Support Community Arizona’s emotional and social support services; and the Diné College on the Navajo Nation.
Jul. 13, 2023
Two light fencers compete.
More than 5,000 fencers recently came to Phoenix to compete in this year’s USA Fencing Summer Nationals. Amidst the competition was one event using very familiar weaponry.
Jul. 13, 2023
An event at Phoenix's Hance Park
The more than 20 large events each year in the park restrict access and reduce revenue, organization leaders tell a Phoenix City Council subcommittee.
Jul. 12, 2023
Birds of a Feather art installation at the Tempe Public Library.
The Show spoke with Sarah Hurwitz, Arizona artist and illustrator, about the new theme for the Tempe Public Library's annual art installation.
Jul. 12, 2023
Croquet hoop and ball.
The Show spoke with Arizona's unofficial ambassador to the global croquet community, Paul Bennet, on the game of croquet.
Jul. 10, 2023
white bluetooth earphones or headphones and womens beach flip flops lie near swimming pool blue wate
The Show spoke with Jason P. Woodbury, a familiar face in the Arizona music scene, about what he considers good summer songs. Hear some KJZZ staff picks, too.
Jul. 7, 2023
The Phoenix City Council has approved a public art plan totaling nearly $20 million. The plan includes adding 12 new and refurbishing and repairing 30 existing projects.
More Arizona business news
Jul. 4, 2023
house under construction
Scottsdale says it’s the first Arizona city to mandate the 2021 edition of the International Energy Construction Code and the International Green Construction Code. The standards apply to all new commercial and multifamily developments.
Jul. 4, 2023
State Farm Stadium
The Show spoke with music writer Ed Masley about how the summer heat is not deterring a summer of stadium concerts in Arizona.
Jul. 3, 2023
Erin Hales
The Show spoke with Erin Hales, a child piano prodigy, about the path her career has taken her.
Jun. 30, 2023
There is no shortage of sports spectacles for Valley fans to attend. Add fencing to the list.
Jun. 27, 2023
Artist's brushes in a container
A little over $1.5 million in National Endowment for the Arts' "Grants for Arts Projects" were recently awarded for artistic ventures in Arizona, and the deadline for the next submission period is rapidly approaching.
Jun. 27, 2023
An artist rendering from Tempe Center for the Arts' previous draw-a-thon
Tempe Center for the Arts will host two drawing events aimed at different audiences this weekend.
Jun. 23, 2023
aerial fireworks exploding in the air
Looking to get out to celebrate Independence Day this year? From Chandler to Yuma, there are lots of options. Here's a guide to Fourth of July events in the Phoenix area and statewide.
Jun. 23, 2023
Ceci Fernández and Arturo Luís Soria.
A run-down house in Scottsdale is the setting for the newest play by John J. Caswell Jr., a Phoenix native now living in upstate New York. In his show, "Wet Brain," a family has to confront issues related to addiction, family dynamics and grief. The play was recently extended another week at its theater in New York City and will run through July 2.
Jun. 23, 2023
Jane Spicer.
Jane Spicer's product became synonymous with one famous golfer who liked the tiger stuffed animal headcover for his clubs. After Tiger Woods won the 1997 Masters, Daphne’s Headcovers really took off
Jun. 23, 2023
Desert Diamond West Valley casino
Tribes with casinos in Arizona shared more than $153 million of their revenue with local governments during the fiscal year that ends June 30.
Jun. 22, 2023
Stairs leading to convention center south building
After gathering public input and studying the market, the Phoenix Convention Center has a plan to expand.
Jun. 22, 2023
Joe Weaver.
Joe Weaver is an antiques shop owner and lamp collector. Weaver’s antiques shop on north Central Avenue in Phoenix is filled with all kinds of old things — but mostly lamps. Hundreds of them, all rare and restored by Weaver himself.
Jun. 22, 2023


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