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Political Profundity

Karen Weil and John Guzzon talk the U.S. presidential election, Arizona races including Arpaio and Penzone and examine all these doggone polls.

Serious Events For A Serious Season

Consciousness Calendar Oct. 19 to Nov. 2: As Fall Progresses And The General Election Draws Near, The Happenings In The Phoenix Metro Area Include A Protest Against Arpaio, A Walk For Animals And How To Solve The Growing Waste Problem.

Dbacks Hire Hazen, MLB Playoffs Get Interesting

Wayne Schutsky and John Guzzon sit down for an insightful, funny and all too true discussion on major league baseball.

U.S. President, Arizona Senate Debate Special

Karen Weil and John Guzzon talk the second debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as well as the only debate between Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick and Sen. John McCain.

Phoenix Fashion Week Is Haute Couture

People May Not Currently Feel That Phoenix Is Synonymous With Fashion, But A Squadron Of Designers And Fashionistas Will Use The Oct. 13 to 15 Event To Change Perceptions.

Out-of-State Housing Investors Look To Arizona

Californians Look To Arizona For Low-Cost Housing Investments Because They Can Get More Bang For Their Bucks Than They Can In Over-Valued Coastal Locations Like San Francisco and Los Angeles.

October Is The Time For Politics

Consciousness Calendar Oct. 5 to 19: It's Not JUST Halloween Season -- This Month Brings Us Numerous Arizona State House Debates, And Discussions On Climate Change And Terrorism.

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Vampires, Poe And Lots Of Music … Oh My!

Unlimited Arts Oct. 26 to Nov. 9 - Halloween Is Near With Treats And Events Galore, And We Pick Some Of The Best. Plus, Classical Music Along With Modern Tunes From Authority Zero And Unwritten Law.

Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson Preface Dia De Los Muertos

Unlimited Arts Oct. 12 to 26 - Rock Bands Both Spooky And Funny, A Dance With Dracula, A Haunted Theater and Dia de los Muertos: Those Seeking Good Times Won't Be Disappointed.

Five Cult, Non-Western, Films Shot In Arizona

While Film Fans May See Arizona As Nothing More Than The Setting For A Few Dusty Westerns, The State Has Actually Played Host To A Range Of Cowboyless Cult Films.

First Fridays Still A Dynamo For Downtown Phoenix

Unlimited Arts Sept. 28 to Oct. 12 - Also A Musical Benefit For The Homeless, A Rock Opera Based On A Painful Chapter In American History and Bob Dylan: There’s No Shortage Of Choices For Fun Art.

As Fall Teases, Artistic Events Enliven The Phoetro

Unlimited Arts Sept. 14 to 28: Kraftwerk Is Coming To The Phoenix Metro, Among A Slew of Great Music Acts Like Black Sabbath, Squeeze, And The Works Of Brahms, But Diversity Too, Is Prevalent.

Music, Humor And Drama Events Stir The PHX Metro

Unlimited Arts Aug. 31 to Sept. 14: Those Looking For An Entertainment Change Of Pace Are Looking In The Right Place As August's Swoon Will Hasten September's Bloom.

China Threatens Hollywood For Film Supremacy

With An Ever-Increasing Audience And Market Share, China Is Making Inroads In The Film Industry And Challenging Hollywood’s Movie Dominance.

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Best Of Arizona Sports: Baseball Players

The Grand Canyon State Has Two Of The Top Collegiate Baseball Teams In The Country, But What About Those Who Played Here In Little League And High School? We Assemble An All-Time Lineup.

Docs: Parents Should Buck Sports Specialization Trend

Despite The Preponderance Of Parents To Think Their Child Needs To Focus On One Sport For Adult Success, Experts Say Multiple Sports Truly Grooms Lifetime Success.

Brazil And The World Lost On Olympic Games

Regardless Of The Tremendous Achievements By Athletes, Do The Games Benefit The People Of Brazil Now And Into The Future? The Answer, Unfortunately, Is No.

Riding The World’s First BMX Salt Park

At the Uyuni Salt Flats In Bolivia, Bicycle Motocross Rider Daniel Dhers And Local Residents Build Ramps Out Of The Salt More Than Two Miles Above Sea Level.

Bright Green Pool Overshadows Olympics

The Shade Of The Water Changed Very Quickly And Has Generated Quite A Few Jokes Among Diving Competitors And On Social Media Sites, Although Officials Say It's Safe.

Is Shelby Miller To D-Backs An Epically Bad Trade?

While It Is Still Early, It Is Already Well On Its Way To Going Down In History As Epically Bad — Akin To Donald Trump At A Quinceanera.

Diamondbacks: Believe It Or Not, They Are Not That Bad

Injuries, Timing Are At The Root Of The Team's Struggles, And Regardless Of Disappointment, The Organization Needs To Stay The Course For The Long Haul.

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Dietary Restructure

A family man decides to get a consultation from a nutritionist. But when he realizes that losing weight will mean cutting out food items like cheddar fries, he obfuscates: all in good taste, of course.

Nine Suspense Novels With Surprising Plot Twists

Like Getting Shocked And Dazzled By A Writer’s Wizardry In Creating and Leading Down The Path of A Plot’s Red Herring’s? Well, Here Are Nine Great Books That Will Do It For You.

The Tahw Planet Earth - By Jack Bello

Living in a human sanctuary, a young man recounts what he knows about the Earth’s history.

Chapter Six: Closer to the Dream

Marshall realizes his dreams were not as transparent as he had thought, and he is happy it is so.

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.

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Trump, Clinton Triumph As Halloween Decor

A Man In Connecticut Has Turned His Front Yard Into A Political Scene Of Satirical Humor Starring Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton And Yes, Even Bernie Sanders.

A Literary Look At The Tiny House Phenomenon

While Tiny Homes Might Seem All The Rage Now In The United States, The Concept Is Hardly A New One -- And The Reasons Behind It Involve More Than Just Mere Economics.

Tracking An Upstart Mexican Cartel’s Rise To The Top

The Jalisco New Generation Cartel, Led By A Former Policeman, Has Quickly and Steadily Seized Territory Formerly Controlled by El Chapo And The Sinaloa Cartel.

Getting Sticky With Marshmallow Engineering

Choosing To Adapt To New Education Methods In Order To Keep Children Focused On Concepts Can Inspire Learning That May Appear To Be Bereft Of Effort.

Dakota Access Pipeline: A Battle Over Human Rights

According To One Legal Scholar And The Opinions Of Many Others, The Ongoing Battle Is More Complicated Than Simply Water Safety: It's Also About Environmental Racism And Playing Monopoly With Tribal Lands.

Medicare Auto Enroll Hits Nation, Comes To Arizona

The Controversial Policy, Initiated in 1997, Has Previously Flown Under The Radar, But UnitedHealthcare Has Moved To Begin Providing Advantage Plans To Its Arizona Customers Even If They Don't Want It.

Memoirs From A Boy Of 1861

A Soldier In The 108th New York Volunteers Gave His Account Of The Fighting At The Battle Of Antietam Long Ago, But Thanks To Several Stewards It Has Finally Made Its Way Back To The Battleground.

Ironically, Trump Doesn't Really Want To Be President

With Rumors Flying That Donald Trump's Campaign Is More About Publicity Than Anything Else, Voters Are On The Hook For Empowering A Bloviated Demagogue Who May Not Even Want To Take Office.

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