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Immigration Conference Hits Phoenix Dec. 10 to 12

More Than 1,000 Are Expected To Discuss The Multi-Faceted Impacts Of Immigration on the U.S. And The Southwest.

Climate Change, From A Native Perspective

Consciousness Calendar Nov. 30 to Dec. 13: Reproductive rights, black voter participation and an AIDS vigil are happening this month.

Give Thanks By Giving Back To Community

Consciousness Calendar Nov. 16 To 30: November Brings Many Volunteer Opportunities, Along With A Fundraiser For The LGBTQ Community.

Author Will Discuss ISIS, And What's Next

Consciousness Calendar Nov. 1 To 15: From Heavy Topics Like Terrorism To Proactive Measures Like Cancer Screenings, There's No Shortage Of events For Concerned Arizonans.

Flake Drops '18 Senate Bid: What It Means

Junior Senator's Decision Leaves Kyrsten Sinema, Kelli Ward As The Potential Front-Runners In Arizona Race.

Frank Lloyd Wright QA, Masquerade Ball On Tap

Consciousness Calendar Oct. 18 To Nov. 1: Latino Aids Awareness Day, Along With Numerous Benefit Dinners, Are Happening In Phoenix And Elsewhere.

Honoring Those Who Were Here First

Consciousness Calendar Oct. 4 To 18: Indigenous Peoples' Day Is Next Week; There’s Also A Bike Parade, Girl Scout Leadership Camp And Cannabis Expo.

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Dbacks Sprint For The Playoffs Week 1: West Test

With Less Than 30 Games Left In The 2017 Season, The Arizona Diamondbacks Face The Gauntlet Of The West Division, Including The Dodgers, Rockies.

Political Profundity: Arpaio Pardoned

Although Joe Arpaio's pardon is not much of a surprise after President Donald Trump's rally in Phoenix, it feels like a slap in the face to many in Arizona.

Welcome To Phoenix, Donald Trump: Now Go Home

The 45th President Comes To The Phoenix Metro, Stirring Thousands of People With Little In Common But Their Dislike For Donald Trump To Take To The Streets.

BFC Takes On Phoenix' Pizza Scene

The Bitches Food Club (BFC) and Wayne get together for yet another culinary discussion about the Phoenix scene. This one devolves with a bit of alcohol and too many cooks in the podcast kitchen.

Phoenix Comicon 2017 Special

The 2017 Phoenix Comicon has come and gone. This year marked the first big-time controversy for the annual event as props are banned after the first day, but overall the con was the con, our relatively expert-level commentators say.

A Cosplay Disaster Strikes Phoenix Comicon

On The Opening Day of The 2017 Convention, A Lone Idiot Brings Real Guns, Scares The Crap Out Of A Whole Bunch Of People And Adds To Long-time Attendee Frustrations.

AZ Activists Rally To Awaken Sen. Flake On Immigrants, Refugees

In Conjunction With Groups Around The Country, Arizona Activists Are Targeting U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake In Phoenix Tomorrow In An Effort To Get Him Back On Board With Immigration Reform.

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