Some stories tell better as animation and illustration. In this rainbow piece, a very very abstract topic gets colorful treatment.
Do you remember Tumnus’ home in Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, or the Beavers’ den? Have you sat inside a warm, well-kept and rug-ed log house on an overcast, snowy winter day? Have you read in a carpeted, quiet library with morning sun streaming onto your desk and your cup of tea or coffee?
The Phoenix Valley revealed some of its farming secrets to our three-member team of journalism students. We had to look closely, because the average farm in the valley has shrunk lots in the last several decades. Currently in Maricopa County, about 1,500 farms take up less than 10 acres per farm. The entire project covered
“One day I decided I was just gonna build a guitar.” That’s how Gillian Marsh from Boulder, Colorado starts her story of the road that led her to Phoenix, Arizona and the Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery. I visited the School this week, and Assistant Director and Financial Manager Bart Applewhite showed me around and told
The first time this season these two teams met, Phoenix Christian Cougars walked off the field with a 62-0 win over Bisbee High. Matched up for the first round of the playoffs suggested a repeat performance, with Bisbee ranked 15th in the division, pitched against Phoenix Christian, ranked 3rd. After a touchdown and 2-point conversion
Wearing his Arizona Diamondbacks jersey, number 44, Paul Goldschmidt sits at a small circular orange table with a young woman wearing an Ohio State t-shirt. She has a feeding tube in one of her nostrils and an IV attached at her wrist. She’s gesturing with her hands as she talks with the Diamondback’s first baseman