Eight, Arizona PBS, has provided Arizona residents with a voter’s guide and other helpful election day information regarding Proposition 100 – a proposed 1 percent sales tax increase in Arizona.
An Earth Day celebration will showcase academic and research projects and programs relating to the environment or sustainability, as well as "green" activities, food and music.
For one night only, enjoy short films and videos underneath the stars at the 14th annual Short Film and Video Festival, presented by the ASU Art Museum.
Three ASU students poems have been selected to be part of the 7th Avenue Streetscape Series 6, and had its debut during the First Friday Art Walk on April 2.
The Central Arizona Society of the Archaeological Institute of America hosts a lecture on the arena spectacle of the Roman Empire, April 15 at ASU’s Tempe campus.
The Infant Child Research Programs has openings for preschoolers in the preschool program and toddlers in the toddler playgroups for summer 2010 beginning June 1 and ending July 1.
The ASU Police Department gave special commendations to both officers and civilians at its Second Annual Awards Ceremony.
Don't miss the celebration of culture on April 22, featuring performers, artisans and food vendors.
“The Three Little Javelinas” is the story of wild Southwestern cousins of pigs, not the typical story of the three little pigs.
The 4.1.1. Effect’s Community, Entertainment and Fashion event starts at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 6 at Civic Space Park, 424 N. Central Ave., Phoenix.
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