The Super Bowl half time show was watched by millions of people. Jennifer Lopez and Shakira seized the opportunity to celebrate their Latina heritage, make a cultural statement – and some say a political statement as well. Cristalis Capielo Rosario, assistant professor in Counseling and Counseling Psychology at the ASU College of Integrative Sciences and Arts talks about the messages in the show.
A community needs art to truly feel alive. Join host Alberto Rios to meet Arizona artists and hear their stories firsthand, trace the impact of living artists on their communities and see how art is all around us. From across the art spectrum, see where life meets art.
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.”
Jane Austen was chronically ill with a mysterious disease in early 1817, when she turned her thoughts to a happier subject. She started work on a witty and delightful novel set in a seaside town. She never finished it. Now, noted screenwriter Andrew Davies picks up Austen’s plot and takes it in a glorious and satisfying direction.