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Guest reviewers dine, then dish on Liberty Market, Zur Kate German Restaurant and Franco's Italian Caffe.
Journalist and author Paul Greenberg spends a year eating only fish. From farmed fish in Norway to the biggest wild fishery in the world off Peru, he travels to investigate the health of the ocean – as well as his own.
An international team of engineers races to construct a gargantuan dome to contain the lingering radioactive materials and crumbling remains of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, decades after being the site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster.
Republic Media Senior Vice President Randy Lovely, ASU Journalism Professor Tim McGuire, and KPHO CBS 5 General Manager Ed Munson Jr. talk about the future and economic viability of news media in a digital age.
The Arizona Public Health Association and Valley Forward will have a conference on April 26 about community health design and public health. Conference topics include how transportation plays a key role in helping improve public health and using data to set health priorities. John Auerbach, the former associate director for policy at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and current president and CEO of the Trust for America’s Health, will be the keynote speaker and will appear on Arizona Horizon to talk about health issues that will be the subject of the conference.View the most recent episode of Arizona Horizon
Discover extraordinary items found here in Arizona, including a dynamite sales kit, Racine Cardinals memorabilia, concho belt, Tiffany watch, print by Gene Kloss, 1957 Giulietti F-115 Accordion, and a 1856 Japanese wood block print.View previous Arizona Collectibles episodes
In this memoir, Peter Selgin outlines the beginning of his passion for writing. As the child of an inventor and a twin, Peter always felt he had to compete for his parents’ attention. At the beginning of eighth grade, Peter meets a young teacher who took him under his wing: the two spend hours at the teacher’s cottage, drinking tea, playing chess and discussing books. They become inseparable – until the teacher resigns. Although they meet occasionally and correspond constantly, it is only after the teacher’s death that Peter learns he had completely invented his own past. At home, Peter realizes his father has done the same – as, after a fashion, so do we all.View additional Books & Co. videos
Diets do not generally work in the long run and can also be bad for your health. In this episode we discuss why this is the case and how focusing on your environment and your habits is more effective than focusing only on weight loss or gain.View the most recent episode of Eating Psychology with Betty
The ASU Spirit of Enterprise Center, part of the W.P. Carey School of Business, honors Arizona companies that demonstrate ethics, energy and excellence.