The Rundown: Fate of few remaining warehouses could shape district's future


In this episode of The Rundown, hosts Annika Cline and Agnel Philip explore the warehouse district and why so little of its namesake remains. With only a few warehouses left, the future of the district is at a turning point that will determine the character of the area in the future. Read story

Phoenix Phabulous Experience storytelling event shares tales of Phoenix's history


Local authors and historians spoke about three historical time periods that were instrumental to the growth of modern-day Phoenix as local artists simultaneously painted related murals at the A.E. England Building Wednesday night for the Phoenix Phabulous Storytelling Salon. Read story

CNN correspondent analyzes the importance and power of journalism at Must See Monday


While the journalism industry may not be the industry audiences once knew, the future is about reshaping and finding out how to reach an audience, said Brian Stelter, senior media correspondent for CNN Worldwide and the host of ‚ÄúReliable Sources.” Read story

Arizona School for the Arts debuts original play highlighting creative playwriting process


The Arizona School of the Arts will debut a play this weekend that they commissioned from local playwright Dwayne Hartford. A grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts made the project possible. Read story

'Hieroglyph' anthology launch at Crescent Ballroom brings authors and scientists together


Scientists, educators and science-fiction authors convened at the launch of “Hieroglyph: Stories & Visions for a Better Future” at Crescent Ballroom on Wednesday night to discuss the positives science can bring to the future. Read story

Former Hearst Television vice president of news discusses ethics at the Cronkite School


Fred Young, former vice president of news at Hearst Television, was the guest speaker at the Walter Cronkite School on Monday evening. He discussed ethics in the digital age and current ethical issues. Read story

A Tailored Place: ASU Barrett fashion show gives important advice for professional dress


Faculty and students from Barrett, the Honors College on ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus put on a fashion show to demonstrate how to dress — and how not to dress — in a professional setting last week. The show took place in the lobby of the University Center after an open house of the Barrett offices that included games, raffles and sweet treats. Read story

Phoenix, University of Arizona break ground on Biomedical Campus research building


The $136.1 million Biosciences Partnership Building project broke ground on Thursday near Fillmore Street between Fifth and Seventh streets. The project marks a physical extension to the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix and strengthening the cooperation between the university and the Valley. Read story

Cindy McCain shares insights on human trafficking and ways to raise awareness


Cindy McCain, along with Ernie Allen, hosted “Human Trafficking 101″ at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School. The talk focused on explaining modern human trafficking and ways to spread awareness against the practice. Read story

New ASU law building downtown brings degree program combining sports law and business


The Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law and W.P. Carey School of Business will join to create new graduate programs in 2016. They will include three degrees emphasizing in sports law and business. Read story