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Consciousness Calendar Oct. 3 To 17: This Month, Arizonans Can Educate Themselves On Religion, Race Relations And Other Vital Topics.

A Musical Start To The Election Season

Consciousness Calendar Sept. 20 To Oct. 3: Voter Action, Vigil For Hurricane Victims And A Refugee Townhall Are Happening This Month.

Political Profundity: John McCain

Born Into A Prestigious Navy Family, John Mccain's Military Career Was Cut Short By A Nearly Six-Year Stint In A Prisoner Of War Camp, But He Persevered To Leave His Mark On His Adopted State Of Arizona And The Nation.

Arizona Primary Election Might Tinge Arizona Purple

Democrats Seek To Take Majority In House In November As Well Known Candidates Vie For Seats; GOP Prepares To Fight.

Arizona GOP U.S. Senate Primary Battle Rages

Polarizing Figures Lead The Field In The U.S. Senate Republican Primary But Trump's Praise Of Martha McSally May Lead To A Victory For The Congresswoman.

Ducey Solid In Primary, But Vulnerable In November

With Old And Insufficient Public Polling Paving The Way, The Race For The Governorship In The Grand Canyon State Might Be Headed For A Down-To-The-Wire Finish.

Support Your Local AZ Teacher This Weekend

Consciousness Calendar Aug. 22 To Sept. 7: A Celebration Of The 19th Amendment And The Arizona Primary Are Happening This Month.

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Art, Performance Events To Color You Fantastic In PHX

Unlimited Arts Oct. 12 To 26: Acclaimed Theater Show About Simon & Garfunkel Comes to Orpheum, Plus Hip-Hop Orchestra at Tempe Center for the Arts And A Screening Of Frankenstein With A New Score.

Musical ‘Waitress’ Is A Real Slice Of Pie

Unlimited Arts Sept. 26 To Oct. 10: This Fall Offers Theater Choices Galore, From Ballet Arizona To The Arizona Broadway Theatre, The Black Theatre Troupe And ASU Gammage.

Hooray for Hollywood: Tom Dreesen

Comic and entertainer Tom Dreesen discusses his humble beginnings, race relations, making the big time after an appearance on the Johnny Carson show and how he got to be Frank Sinatra's No. 1 man.

Festival Starts Off Fall In A Jazzy Way

Unlimited Arts Sept. 12 To 26: There Are Plenty Of Musical Choices In The Second Half of September, From Rockabilly To Beethoven.

Sweeney Todd Is On Late Summer Musical Menu

Unlimited Arts Aug. 29 To Sept. 12: Entertainment Options Abound This Labor Day Weekend And Beyond In The Phoenix Metro Including Dance, Rock, Drama And The Visual Arts.

Fly Off To See 'Birdie' This Summer In Scottsdale

Unlimited Arts Aug. 15 To 29: Theater Lovers, Rejoice: A Musical Inspired By Elvis, Neil Simon Play And Jet-set Farce Are On The Playbill.

Hooray For Hollywood: Howard Michael Gould

A Resume That Includes Being A Show-Runner, Director, Producer, And Writer Of Screenplays, Shows And Now, Novels, Sprouts Interesting Tales.

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The Sports Yak: Arizona Diamondbacks Play While Cardinals, Suns Draft

The discussion touches on the Diamondbacks season so far as well as looks as the Cardinals' drafting of Josh Rosen and a bit of insight into the Phoenix Suns.

Ranking The Best Ballparks In The NL West

Not Surprisingly, Chase Field Gets The Lowest Ranking: Will The California Teams Sweep The Field Or Can Colorado Bring A Rocky Mountain High?

The Sports Yak: Arizona Diamondbacks Cactus League Preview

The discussion touches on the Diamondbacks preseason outlook as well as featuring quite a few imitations of Donald Trump.

Sports Yak: Waiting For The Sun

With the Phoenix Suns mired in another swamp of a season, fans in the Phoenix metro seem to be eagerly awaiting spring training and NFL training camp.

Tom Brady and The Boring Legacy of Greatness

In the Midst of Leading the Patriots To Yet Another Super Bowl, Which Further Cements His Legacy As The GOAT, The Unfortunate Result Is Less Drama For Most NFL Fans.

The Sports Yak: Stinky Suns, Hibernating Dbacks, Clunky Cards and Devil Time

Holy moly, the Suns are struggling, the Cardinals are spiraling for a crash, Dbacks might be trading Zachy Zachy Greink Greink and Sun Devils may triumph over heaven.

The Sports Yak: Middling Suns, Mediocre Cardinals and Slumbering Dbacks

Will the Phoenix Suns grow or make a trade? Can the Cardinals find a path back to respectability? Will the D-backs find success in 2018?

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Part III - Angel Of The Sea

With The World Beset By Authoritarianism And A Skewed Emphasis On The Elites, Most Of The Post World War III Population Must Find New Ways To Thrive And Survive.

The Trump Diaries: A Real POTUS For Fake Times

According To Donald Trump's Not Real Diary, He Believes He May Get on Mt. Rushmore And That His Opposition To Transgender Issues Is That He Wants To Know What He May Be Grabbing.

Donald Trump Is Transitioning

Take A Trip Down Satirical Lane And Take A Sneak Peek At A Special Address That The President-Elect Was Prevented From Giving By Daughter Ivanka, Son-In-Law Jared and Maybe Some Oompa Loompas.

The 1980s: Jail, Crack And Divorce

While The Connection May Seem Dubious On The Surface, One Woman Claims Locking Up Crackheads For Life Revealed To Her That Her Life Was Really Being Married to One Penis Forever.

The Blizzard That Never Was

A Storm Predicted To Produce One Of The Worst Blizzards Of The Century Peters Out And Some Local News Media Outlets Just Can't Let It Go.

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.

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Political Profundity: Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford

Thursday testimony to the U.S. Senate judiciary committee turns into a circus which then leads to a delay for Kavanaugh's smooth-sailing confirmation on Friday. Snippets of the testimony and commentary from John and Karen.

Political Profundity: Wild and Political Fires

The Wildfire Conundrum, Water Issues In The West, Brennan Stands Ground After Losing Security Clearance, Trump Is In Big Trouble And The End Of Primary Season May Bring Big General Election Battles.

Is Past Prologue for Russia, U.S.?

Political Scientists Shared Their Thoughts At A Recent Forum At San Diego State University And Their Opinions Point To A New Abnormal Relationship That Is Akin To The Cold War.

Five Points on Impeachment

Because Impeachment Is A Not Often Used Mechanism of U.S. Governmental Systems, The Idiosyncrasies Of The Process Are Not Well Known, But It Has Been Used To Remove Leaders Worldwide.

Experts: Kavanaugh May Tilt SCOTUS To Insulate Trump

A 2009 Article From The Nominee Tapped To Fill The Vacancy Caused By Anthony Kennedy’s Retirement Reveals An Inclination To Shield A President While In Office.

Political Profundity Podcast: Trump, Russia And NATO

Separating Families At The Border, Russian Interference Is Widespread, Jim Jordan Goes Defensive, And A New Supreme Court Justice Nominee Takes Center Stage.

Donald Trump, Immigration And The Failed Separation Experiment

A Discussion About Separating Families At The Border And Its Place In History As Well As Erdogan, Tariffs, North Korea, And The 2018 Election.

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