Changing Hands is Arizona’s leading independent bookstore, offering new and used books, unique gifts, toys, and more than 300 author events every year. In Tempe since 1974, Changing Hands opened a second location in 2014 in Central Phoenix, home to an innovative adaptive reuse project that re-purposed the iconic Beef Eaters restaurant. We will sit down with the owners to find out how they built a community bookstore and how they have been able to sustain it despite the advent of e-books. We also will talk to a local author about the importance of getting recognized by Changing Hands and the difference they make in getting them noticed. Learn more at https://www.changinghands.com/ .
From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, celebrate the experience, heritage and contributions of Hispanic Americans with a variety of programming on Arizona PBS.
Rana Singh Sodhi found his life forever altered by the 9/11 attacks when his turban and beard became symbols of the terrorists who attacked America.
This new four-part documentary follows the life of one of the most consequential men of the 20th century; Muhammad Ali. Directed by Ken Burns.