Arizona Memories

Return to “the good ol’ days” when Phoenix was a small town, when kids swam in tree-lined canals, women’s amateur softball was as popular as today’s Phoenix Suns, and Phoenix Union High School’s annual pageant Masque of the Yellow Moon rivaled anything Hollywood had to offer.

Narrated by long-time Arizona resident Pat McMahon, this program blends old photographs, home movies and personal reminiscences to paint a picture of simple pleasures and homemade entertainment. 30 minutes.

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