"Crossing the Line: A Marriage Across Borders" will ignite a fire for social change at ASU Book Group's September meeting.
This Friday marks the opening for the brand new exhibit, in honor of Ana Mendieta, at the ASU Art Museum, running from Sept. 23 through Dec. 31. Five other contemporary artists will also be involved in the exhibit, showcasing their own works which hold close ties to Mendieta's artwork.
A group of ASU film students and graduates have created a documentary about Ronald Reagan's head of security, Robert DeProspero.
Mexican restaurant Someburros is celebrating its 30th anniversary with the opening of a second location in Sun Devil Stadium.
The Council of Arabic and Islamic Studies aims to fight stigmas about Arabic culture through a free film and poetry series showcasing the influence of Islamic art.
Three restaurants near ASU's Tempe campus will offer reduced-priced, price-fixed dinners during Arizona Restaurant Week.
From cancellation to crowning achievement: American Dad! co-creator spoke with ASU students about his Hollywood success
American Dad! Co-Creator Mike Barker gave a talk at ASU about his journey from a sitcom writer to creating a hit television show.
ASU students flocked to the Wells Fargo arena Saturday night for InfernoFest 2016, a high-energy concert featuring Kesha with an opening performance from ASU alum DJ Munition.
With the new school year in full swing, here are five places to grab a bite and hit the books near ASU's downtown campus.
ASU Faculty artists Katherine McLin and Andrew Campbell will play alongside visiting UNC professor Lauren Jacobson as the trio performs at Katzin Concert Hall on Thursday, Sept. 8.
The youth show, opening on Sept. 9, has close ties with the original Broadway production.
Consisting of two guys in priestly robes, the Gospel and an illuminated cross, 20 Ft Neon Jesus is the Valley’s Christ-themed gangsta rap OG.
Patricia Murphy continues to inspire others, not only through her teaching, but through her writing as well. Her new book of poetry, "Hemming Flames," is a powerful narrative about her life.
Travel photographer Paula Cullison displays her new "To Cuba With Love" exhibit at ASU now through Dec. 3.
The Underground Foundation at ASU pulled its support for an upcoming Joeseph Jaymes album release show out of concerns that the show would undermine the organization’s safe space policy.
Valley of the Sound premieres with Tyler Broderick from Diners picking some favorite local songs. Diners' new album, "Three" comes out on September 16. Songs played: Diners – Plastic Cactus Cesar Ruiz - Hep Hep Nanami Ozone- Desire The Expos – Fiesta Dentist Laurel Freeman - George (Demo) Good Friends Great Enemies– Gonna Die Diners – Fifteen on a Skateboard
"Daily Show" correspondent Hasan Minhaj to bring comedy and cultural perspective to the Mesa Arts Center
Hasan Minhaj is coming to the Mesa Arts Center on Aug. 30 during his "Homecoming King" tour to quip about his unique upbringing and the political landscape.
Many students find it hard to stay healthy, but with the Phoenix Public Market being only a block away from Taylor Place, eating healthy has never been more convenient.