Jazz is for everyone. At least, that's the message that the owners of The Nash want to spread. This June, Phoenix the award-winning jazz venue will host a number of summer workshops for the second year in a row. The workshops are designed for anyone looking to improve their skills or even learn ne ... More >>
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is gettin' real popular with some in the pro-immigration reform crowd. Never mind that he collaborates with Sheriff Joe Arpaio in prosecuting undocumented workers, while ignoring those who hire them. See also: -Bill Montgomery's Victims Rot in Jail, While A ... More >>
A former doctoral student says in a federal lawsuit that she was harassed and forced to leave an Arizona State University criminal-justice program after a soured love affair with a married professor. Tasha Kunzi filed the suit yesterday against the Arizona Board of Regents, Professor Travis Pratt a ... More >>
Hooray for food! Yes, we love food. We talk about it all day every day here on Chow Bella, but what exactly is Food Day? In short, Food Day is about supporting clean, fair food through community-driven events and reenergizing the conversation on the same day, every year. The Center for Science in ... More >>
Arizona shook from the tremors of nearly 1,000 earthquakes between 2006 and 2009, according to data recently published by Arizona State University researchers. New data from a National Science Foundation program recorded the seismic activity, which has scientists excited because of the unexpected f ... More >>
If you've been to any of the season openings at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, you likely have this Friday's bash penned into your calendar. The museum's spring opening is a celebration of new exhibitions and a guaranteed hot spot for local artists and art supporters who spend the eveni ... More >>
Vegucated is one of the newest documentaries on the block attempting to expose the realities of food systems and the threat to our health and the environment. Filmmakers challenged three meat eaters from New York City to go vegan for six weeks. This documentary is about what happens to these hungr ... More >>
Flickr via KellBailey Gone are the days of cupcakes in the classroom. By now most parents know that. But are Pop-Tarts acceptable? What about a few Oreos? Snack Time became Headache Time this semester for one Tempe mom left shaking her head over just what's okay to serve kids in public school ... More >>
Truly we are living in the future today. What you see above is a computer image that has been fed into a machine that prints images with nutella instead of ink. Other edible materials beside nutella can be used so the creation of three dimension objects is a real possibility. The Colbert/Octopus ... More >>
Karen Thoreson will chair the committee charged with reviewing Phoenix kidnapping statsA panel of independent experts charged with reviewing Phoenix's kidnapping statistics will be headed by Karen Thoreson, president of Alliance for Innovation. The other members are retired FBI Agent Larry ... More >>
Captain Squeegee has the tough task of filling 2 Tone Lizard Kings checkerboard shoes at this year's Strong Beer Festival.First, some sad news: 2 Tone Lizard Kings will not be playing this Saturday's Strong Beer Festival at Steele Indian School Park. When organizers approached the Mesa ska band t ... More >>
When writing an article about the country's most famous newsman (not to mention the namesake of ASU's School of Journalism and Mass Communication) you'd think a New York Times reporter would double-check all of the facts, if for nothing other than a bit of post-mortem respect. Guess not. Tak ... More >>
Could downtown Phoenix get more soulless? Yep! Check out Jerry Colangelo's secret plan.
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