Hundreds of new cars, trucks, utilities, crossovers, fuel-efficient machines and prototype vehicles will be on display at the Phoenix Convention Center Thanksgiving Day through Sunday for the 2010 Arizona International Auto Show. Click here for more info.
The Suns take on the lowly Grizzlies tonight at US Airways Center and since it's Thanksgiving Eve, here's a list of 10 things the team with the Western Conference's best record (high five!) should be thankful for. Click here for more info.
Did you know that over 60 Downtown stores, restaurants and entertainment venues offer healthy discounts to ASU students? Get the lowdown on the markdowns here. Click here for more info.
Despite last night's lopsided road loss to a quality opponent, there are numerous reasons to believe that these Suns (4-1) are not only more entertaining than last year’s 46-win version, but far better equipped to compete for a mid-range playoff seed in the highly competitive Western Conference. Click here for more info.
Locally, there appears to be a latent demand for Suns news, as if fans were eagerly awaiting critical news regarding their locker room configurations. Me? I’m more hopeful to catch a glimpse of that spark…that desire to win given the odds… Click here for more info.
Phoenix Suns captains Amar'e Stoudemire, Grant Hill, and Steve Nash are showing their confidence in the Mercury’s ability to win Game 5 of the WNBA Finals decision game on Friday, Oct. 9 at 6 p.m. by endorsing free tickets in the upper level. The 7,000 seats are available on a first come, first served basis starting today at the US Airways Center ticket office. Click here for more info.
If you haven't already heard, Game 1 of the WNBA Championship was amazing. Click here for more info.
Can you feel it? It's playoff time downtown! Click here for more info.
As the 2009 Phoenix Mercury season begins, hopes are high that the team will return to championship status—and a 8-4 start is a good way to get the ball rolling. The bond and sisterhood they have makes them successful on and off the court, leaving their destiny in arm's reach. Click here for more info.