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Philanthropic Playmaker: Jared Woosley is teaching hockey one step at a time

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 2, 2021 Jared Woosley has two loves — hockey and music. He was the lead singer of the now-defunct rock band Fivespeed, which had a deal with Virgin Records in 2006. Now...
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Modest About Success: Golf has been largely unaffected by pandemic

By Nicholas Barker | January 29, 2021 Great weather, beautiful golf courses and the Waste Management Phoenix Open are some of the reasons why tourists are attracted to the Valley.  Scottsdale, which is home to 51...

Office Talk: Derrick Hall creates memories with the D-backs

By Dave Hogg | January 26, 2021 Like many Americans, Derrick Hall hasn’t seen much of his office in the last nine months. He probably misses it more than most of us. After all, the Arizona Diamondbacks’...

A Bitter Pill: Torey Lovullo says the postseason was tough for the D-backs

By Dave Hogg | January 18, 2021 Torey Lovullo knows the 2021 baseball season isn’t going to be normal. The Arizona Diamondbacks manager just isn’t sure how weird it is going to get. The 2020 season was...
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Bringing the Fun: Phoenix Open aims to bring the energy with less fans

By Nicholas Barker | January 17, 2021 The Waste Management Phoenix Open’s enormous crowds, the thunderous cheers and the countless festivities will have to wait another year due to the rapidly spreading COVID-19. The event...

Skatin’ for Leighton: The Arizona Coyotes plan to honor late superfan

By Nicholas Barker | January 4, 2021 Last year was a year like no other. Unspeakable tragedies and a global pandemic have shut down most of the world for the last 10 months. As 2020 came...

Golden Anniversary: Glendale prepares to host the 50th Fiesta Bowl

By Nicholas Barker After a season of postponements, cancelations and COVID-19 outbreaks, Glendale is set to host the 50th edition of the Fiesta Bowl, which will see the Pac-12 champion Oregon Ducks and the Big...

Play Ball!: Salt River Fields hosts children’s batting academy

By Morgan Cole Kids can learn how to hit like Trevor Story or Charlie Blackmon in the Colorado Rockies’ batting cages as part of the Salt River Fields’ Baseball Academy. The hitting clinic is November 27,...

Championship Series: NASCAR speeds into Avondale—with restrictions

By Nicholas Barker Nearly 55 years after becoming an official racetrack, Phoenix Raceway will host the NASCAR championship series from November 6 to November 8. Obviously, things have changed quite drastically, and the experience for fans...

A Tribute to His Mom: Patrick Peterson feeds the less advantaged on Tuesdays

By Kendall Rooker Patrick Peterson’s mom told him when he “makes it big,” he’ll be a great father and giver with a big heart. He has been charitable since joining the Arizona Cardinals. He kicked off...

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