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. The pandemic shut them down and like many small businesses, they suffered tremendous loss and had to re-invent themselves. They offered curbside service as well as curated gift boxes you could send to friends and family that include a book selection and also a unique gift tailored to the recipient. They also have done virtual writing classes and seminars. We talk to them about their reopening and moving forward.
Arizona PBS KIDS Family Night is a weekly viewing event for the whole family! Every weekend, PBS KIDS features movies or themed programming every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.m.
Veterans reflect on and share their personal experiences in the military, from boot camp to service in war and peacetime to return to civilian life.
Go inside the mind of a genius as host Scott Yoo and fellow musicians undertake a recording of Beethoven's most personal music at a historic Berkshires manor to explore the composer’s brilliant career — where they are visited by some unexpected guests.