Books & Co.
Check out all new episodes of Arizona’s favorite show on books Wednesday at 11:30 p.m. on Arizona PBS.
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Guest reviewers dine, then dish on Guido's Chicago Meats & Deli, Phoenix Public Market Cafe and deseo at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa.
PBS NewsHour provides full convention coverage from Philadelphia.
With a religious occasion approaching, Sarah performs a spiritual cleansing in the local creek.
Rachel worries about her mother's new boyfriend and Janet prepares to go on her first date
Salt River Project will be doing a test burn of forest biomass to produce electricity at the Coronado Generating Station in St. Johns. SRP water supply director Bruce Hallin will tell us more about the effort to produce power from forest waste. http://www.srpnet.com/newsroom/releases/071116.aspxView the most recent episode of Arizona Horizon
The Arizona Healthy Working Families initiative proposes to raise the state minimum wage to $12.00 by 2020 as well as offer earned sick days to all workers in Arizona. Glenn Hamer, president and CEO for the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry will discuss opposition to the initiative.View additional Horizonte videos
Her latest work, On My Own, gives an inside look at the death of her husband of fifty-four years. This emotional and deeply personal autobiography touches on her husband’s drawn-out death caused by Parkinson’s disease, the heartbreak of watching him slowly deteriorate and how she is coping with life now that he is gone.View additional Books & Co. videos
Texture is probably the third most important factor in food experience, after taste and smell. We cannot even identify foods if they are mushed up or in a different state than what we expect. This is for good reason, as slimy in general connotes rotten and decayed, while crisp denotes fresh. Temperature also interacts with texture to determine liking.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.