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Learn About Islam In PHX, But Dress Conservatively

Consciousness Calendar May 19 To June 2: Featured Is An Islamic Educational Event But Also Featured Are Events Remembering Detainees And A Murdered Reporter.

Miss Plus Size Arizona Graces Phoenix May 15

The Miss Plus Size Arizona Pageant Will Give Eight Contestants The Chance To Share Their Gifts And Passions With The Community At Club Palazzo In Phoenix.

Much More Than The Floor At Phoenix Comicon 2016

Phoenix Comicon's 2016 Lineup Includes Popular Figures From Movies, TV And Comics, Including The Lord Of The Rings' Sean Astin, Star Trek's Gates McFadden, Comic Book Writer George Perez And More.

South Mountain Freeway Heads To Court

Consciousness Calendar May 5 To 19: Featured Is What May Be The Final Battle In The War Against The Highway, But Also There Are Political, Informational And Message Oriented Events.

Star Wars Day: May The Fourth Be With You

The Galaxy Far, Far Away Gets A Little Bit Closer On May 4 As Fans Across The Globe Celebrate Their Favorite Franchise On Star Wars Day.

Free Comic Book Day Hits The Valley On May 7

Comic Book Fans Across Arizona Can Pick Up Free Releases From Independent And Major Publishers Like Marvel, DC And Dynamite On Free Comic Book Day.

Politics, Black Arizona Meet At Conscious Crossroads

Consciousness Calendar April 21 to May 4: Featured Is A Slew Of Political Events As Well As Brown Vs Board of Education Presentations And A Report By The State Of Black Arizona.

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Star Trek To Battle Star Wars At Phoenix Symphony

Unlimited Arts May 26 to June 8: A McCartney Offspring, A Blues Legend, 3 Doors Down, A Lunchtime Theater And A Play For Kids Accompany The Featured Battle Of Cosmos-Inspired Music.

Warner Bros. Mishandles DC Cinematic Universe

Warner Bros.' Hubris Could Harm Its Comic Book Aspirations, X-Men Sequel News, A Tom Hardy Star Wars Casting Rumor And More.

Hometown Boys Prince, Lydia, Chico Set To Stir

Unlimited Arts May 12 to 26: Featured Is Some Of The Best From Minneapolis, Gilbert, And Tempe As Well As A Few Dance Events, Plays And A Few More Surprises.

Does Marvel Really Have A Diversity Problem?

Marvel Responds To Diversity Critics, Star Wars Has A New Han Solo, Captain America Is Set To Own The Box Office And More.

Marx Brothers, Astaire, Charisse Close TCM Festival

David Steinberg Tells a Groucho Marx Story and Susan Stroman Explains to Audiences Why The Band Wagon Is Among the Greatest Movie Musicals Ever Made.

A Conversation With Francis Ford Coppola

As Part Of The Festivities Of The TCM Classic Film Festival 2016, The Legendary Director Sat Down With Ben Mankiewicz To Discuss Some The Conversation And A Few Of His Most Famous Films.

Batman's Adam West: Man In Tights

The Man Who Brought Batman To Life Talks Embracing The Role That Made Him A Household Name At The TCM Classic Film Festival 2016 And What Is What Like To Put On The Tights As An Actor.

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Confessions Of A Tormented Baseball Fanatic

After Decades Of Suffering Through The Ups And Downs Of Being A Fan, A Baseball Junkee Comes Clean About His Addiction And How Changing His Loyalties Just May Save His Immortal Soul.

Tyrann Mathieu Right In Blaming Culture For Violence

The Arizona Cardinals Star Is Outspoken About Gun Violence And The Plight of Disenfranchised Youth In His Hometown of New Orleans.

Is There Light At The End Of The Suns' Dark Tunnel?

The Phoenix Suns Will Attempt To Rebound From The Worst Season In Team History With New Head Coach Earl Watson Leading The Charge.

Will Arizona Cardinals Add To Super Bowl Mix In Draft?

With The NFL Draft Fast Approaching, We Take A Look At How The Cardinals Roster Is Shaping Up And Who The Team Might Select At 29.

What Arians Got Wrong About Moms And Football

Although The Head Coach Of The Arizona Cardinals May Be One Of The Foremost Tacticians In The Game, His Diminishment Of The Real Dangers Of Football Deserves A Dunce Cap.

IndyCar Downforce Drama Stokes Phoenix Event

Drivers, Crews, Forced To Make Adjustments On An Unfamiliar Course, But Winner Scott Dixon Downplays Those Who Lamented The Lack Of Competitive Passing.

Adult Kickball Leagues Thrive in Phoenix

Once A Game Reserved For Kids, Kickball Is Gaining Popularity Among An Older Generation Thanks To Adult Leagues Like WAKA.

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Chapter Two: Flight 846 to Havana

The old weary scout throws a bone to the young, eager kid, but warns him that passion for the game can get lost in a pursuit for glory.

DC, Marvel And Star Wars Mega Crossover At Disney

The Company Behind Immortal Tales Including Steamboat Willie, Bambi, And Characters As Unforgettable As Scrooge McDuck, Has Brokered A Deal Many Thought Could Never Happen.

A Message From President Donald J. Trump

The Next President Of The United States — At Least In His Own Mind — Takes On The State Of The Union, Feminazis, The Federal Reserve And The Golden Border Fence With Mexico.

Defending The Most Literate Gospel

Luke, Former Jesus Fanboy And Author Of One Of The Most Creative Stories Of The Bible, Refutes Allegations That His Gospel Rips Off The Story Of Horus And Other Works In The Savior Genre.

Modern Times Magazine's Fiction/Satire Prime Cuts 2015

Confederate Flags, God, Valentine's Day And The Third Coming Of Jesus Christ Are Among The Subject Matter Featured In This Year’s Most-Read Fiction Works.

MTM Exclusive: The War on Christmas

When a elementary student tackles his Christmas presentation to the class, he makes the mistake of consulting Uncle Mickey who tells him all about Ayatollah Obama.

Why Did the Peahen Cross the Road?

After Running Into A Wayward Peahen, A Writer Ponders Her Safety And The Intentions Of The Bird Before Finding Salvation From A Colorful Couple.

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A Look At Herbalife And Multi-Level Marketing

They May Not Technically Be Pyramid Schemes, But Nevertheless, Most People Who Participate In These Endeavors Never See More Money Than They Put In.

The Mysterious Fate Of The Morro Castle

For Four Years, The Morro Castle Made Its Voyage Regularly But On One September Night In 1934, The Ship Began What Was To Be Her Last Return Voyage From Cuba When She Disappeared Forever.

Facing The World's Sexist Data Crisis

The Need For Better Data Emerged As A Key Theme This Week At Women Deliver, The World's Largest Women's Rights And Health Conference In A Decade.

What Arizona Can Learn From Oregon's Marijuana Experiment

With A Likely Appearance Of Legalization On The November Ballot, Oregon's Recent Experience And Independent Research Can Provide Insight To Voters In The Grand Canyon State.

Cinco de Mayo: Significant Event Or An Excuse To Party?

Tequila Aside, The Fifth Of May Is Mainly A Celebration For Mexican Ex-Patriots, Much Like St. Patrick's Day For Irish And Columbus Day For Italians.

The Truth Behind America's Gender Pay Gap

While Arizona Has One Of The Lowest Gender Pay Gaps In The Nation, Women In The State Still Earn 84 Cents On The Dollar Compared To Men, While The Race Pay Gap Grows.

The Summer Festival Survival Guide

Festival Veterans Share Advice, Tips And Tricks To Help Eventgoers Enjoy Coachella, San Diego Comic-Con and Other Fan Festivals This Summer.

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