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Symbolic funeral procession against loss of buildings
Devil’s Advocate: Super Bowl could encourage locals to keep coming
Super Bowl XLIX is expected to bring in 1 million attendees, and many of them are flooding downtown. With the vast majority coming from in-state, hopefully they’ll visit again.
Slide show: Stepping inside Super Bowl Central through a lens
The attractions opened Wednesday and were in full swing by Thursday afternoon. The sky presented an overcast hue to fans looking for the Arizona sunshine.
Panel on violence comprised of people who deal with it for a living
The Morrison Institute of Public Policy hosted a panel with a football player, war veteran, policeman and UFC fighter to discuss violence Thursday night.
University presidents lobby House for performance-based funding
Three presidents of state universities lobbied for performance-based funding Thursday at the state Legislature. This follows Gov. Doug Ducey’s proposed budget plan that includes $75 million cuts from Arizona universities.
USA Today columnist discusses growth in women covering sports
USA Today columnist Christine Brennan spoke on the state of women in sports media Monday. She emphasized the correlation between the enactment of Title IX and the growing number of women in the profession.
METROnome: Hyped for Halftime features famous and local acts
The Pepsi Hyped for Halftime event features a variety of local bands with national acts like The Roots. Local artists said they are excited to expose people to unique music.
Focus. Flash. Phoenix.
It is impossible to leave the comfort of your home these days and not see an NFL logo. My personal favorite Super Bowl vomit is the clothed statues.
“Broadway Romance” pairs musicals, symphony
Two Broadway stars lit up the Symphony Hall stage as they performed musical hits with the Symphony orchestra.
Help build history with literary journals
A publication in a literary journal is something to show your parents when they ask what you did all semester, and, most of all, something to be proud of.
Columnist Wafa Shahid has some advice on how to successfully get back into the swing of school and work.
8 things to do in downtown Phoenix before the Super Bowl
City Council adds education and mandatory booking policy for sex trafficking suspects
‘Scarlet Cord’ exhibit brings awareness to child sex trafficking through powerful displays
Devil’s Advocate: Super Bowl Central could encourage locals to keep coming downtown
Community members organize symbolic funeral procession to protest demolition of historic buildings
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The Rundown: Fate of few remaining warehouses could shape district's future. Click to listen.
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SoRo galleries and shops remembered before the arrival of new apartment complex development
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