Right before Christmas in 1989, Debra Milke’s four-year-old son Christopher was taken to go see Santa Claus at the mall. Instead of going to the mall, he was taken to the desert where he was shot to death. Two men remain on death row in his murder. Milke herself was convicted as being the mastermind behind the shooting, but her conviction was overturned after 22 years. On Arizona Horizon, author Jana Bommersbach will tell us about her new book on Milke’s life titled “A Stolen Life: The Debra Milke Story.” Bommersbach will discuss her book at Changing Hands Bookstore Phoenix at 300 West Camelback on Tuesday, May 21 at 7pm.
In front of an ecstatic sold-out crowd of 21,000, the band delivers hit after hit, mixing classics with new songs from the album, including “Hungry Like The Wolf,” “A View To A Kill,” and favorites “Wild Boys” and “Rio.”
On July 15, 1989, Pink Floyd performed for more than 200,000 people in the romantic setting of Venice at a concert that was described by press as a “Night of Wonders.” "Pink Floyd: Live in Venice" marks the first authorized broadcast of the restored and remastered concert.
2020 marks the 20th anniversary of TJL Productions' popular "My Music" specials that began with "Doo Wop 50." Now for the first time, an all-inclusive compilation of the greatest moments from the series are included in this new retrospective.