Nice to meet you ! My name is Amelia Goe, and I’m your new wine columnist at The Arizona Republic. I’m a longtime food and wine professional who’s gone from being an editor at the student newspaper at Arizona State University to international cuisine and working with food-focused nonprofits. food.
For four years, the last two weeks of June have become a professionally inspiring time for me. That’s when the Arizona Republic/azcentral.com and Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism team up to sponsor the annual High School Media Innovation Camp, which brings together savvy future journalists with digital
Arizona Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema said her “trademark” was bipartisanship. Sinema is no ordinary senator. We chat with some Arizona locals about Sinema’s life story, what she stands for, and what she’s really trying to accomplish. Guests Ron Hansen, national politics reporter for the Arizona Republic. Co-host of The Gaggle
Amanda Luberto/KJZZ The Clarendon Hotel. A downtown Phoenix hotel will honor an Arizona Republic reporter killed by a car bomb 45 years ago. In June 1976, Don Bolles drove his white Datsun to the Clarendon Hotel. The investigative journalist, known for covering corruption in the racing industry, thought he was
Robert Julian Stedelin, 87, died peacefully on May 31, 2021. He was born on October 13, 1933 to Kenneth Julian and Alma Irene Stedelin in Rolla, Missouri. Robert married Nancy Pettitt (d. 2004) in December 1961. He then concentrated on his studies and was an avid student. He graduated from
Readers have donated more than $70 million to Arizona nonprofits since The Arizona Republic launched Season for Sharing nearly three decades ago. This year the needs were particularly acute and you responded with more than $2.1 million as the pandemic hit so many people so hard. These donations helped 176
Senator Sinema joins a group of lawmakers visiting the southern border HIDALGO, TX – Pressure is mounting along the southern border for Washington to do something about the influx of migrants crossing into the United States On a tour of the US-Mexico border, Senators John Cornyn of Texas and Kyrsten