Ziggi’s Coffee located in Tempe near the Arizona State University campus will have to make between $60 and $65 per employee working to keep the shop open.
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Local bands do it best. The Tucson musicians known as The Basements have already achieved greatness after making their debut onto the Tucson music scene just a short while ago. Winning the 2021 DUSK Battle of the Bands competition, this band is prepared to go up against some of the best, and they are only gaining momentum as they continue to release new music and expand their live performances.
Those in favor of a new law to limit the ways citizens can create legislature in Arizona enjoy a lead of almost 10 percent in the polls today, with only a third of the total ballots left to count, according to the state’s election results website.
Proposition 209, a ballot initiative to reduce the maximum interest rate on medical debt and update existing asset and financial protections, has passed.
Arizona has been amid a heated battle for Governor between Kari Lake and Katie Hobbs since former Arizona Secretary of State Hobbs won the Democratic primary and Lake won the Republican primary on August 2, 2022.
The Tempe Sports Complex is alive the night of Oct. 21. The stage is bathed in neon lights and the music floats over the sea of people sitting on the grass and mingling in the beer garden. The scents of fried food waft towards the stage from the food trucks on the far side of the field. The children walk away from the tie-dye tents, triumphantly holding their dyed T-shirts for their parents to see.
At Cesar Chavez High School, former president Barack Obama told an audience how crucial it is to vote in the upcoming November 8 Election to preserve democracy and civility.
Following the Attorney General debate on Sep. 28, it is clear that Republican candidate Abe Hamadeh and Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters are cut from the same cloth. In an attempt to win over a hesitant moderate voter base, both Trump-endorsed contenders are softening their extremist rhetoric, reflecting the GOP’s desperate move to switch up its narrative.
A 33-year-old woman was sentenced to nine and a half years in prison on October 2 after pleading guilty for manslaughter.
Bruce Lee was a visionary film actor who helped define what an action movie was. Though Lee passed away in 1973, his practices and on-camera stunts are still used in the film industry today. In Arizona, his methods are beginning to take root.
Arizona State University’s first online fraternity was officially chartered in October.
Schools are developing websites to receive book orders in order to enforce the law from House Bill 2439.
It’s one thing for a local band to perform at bars and small venues, but recording and releasing music can be a whole different story. The biggest hurdle is that most bands simply cannot afford to pay someone at a recording studio to produce their songs. Amber Victoria Singer met with a local musician looking to change that.
There are only a few weeks left to register to vote in this November election, and to commemorate the democratic process and remind people of their civic responsibility, National Voter Registration Day was created.
The November midterm will include the election of a new Arizona Secretary of State. With current Secretary of State Katie Hobbs running for governor, there is no incumbent candidate in the race. The candidates, Democrat Adrian Fontes and Republican Mark Finchem, went head-to-head in a debate on September 22.
Although the fiery U.S. Senate candidates Mark Kelly, Blake Masters, and Marc Victor all made their marks at the October 6 Arizona Senate Debate, moderator Ted Simons’ performance was a mixed bag.
In terms of rhetorical strategy, Blake Masters emerged victorious from the bloodbath that was the Arizona Senate Debate October 6.
Giveon’s 20th show of his first ever tour, Give or Take, was held at the Marquee Theater in Tempe on Monday, Sept. 12 in front of a sold-out crowd. One of these eager audience members was none other than Jack Harlow, fellow hip hop/R&B artist that has gained incredible fame in the past year.
After working six straight morning shifts last week, a prescription dose of musical catharsis was long overdue, and Saturday’s lineup at Innings Festival delivered.