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We want to say thank you to our supporters.

Sun Sounds News

4th of July Programming

  • 10am – Constitution Naked: a reading of the Constitution from a cross-section of people
  • 11am – Independence Day music special from Sight into Sounds Radio Reading Service 
  • 6pm - Sun Sounds Radio Theater 4th of July Special 
  • 7pm - Sports Today holiday special: the best in Sports History

Clean Elections Voter Guide Available

Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission 2022 Voter GuideBe an informed voter in the August 2nd primary election by calling 877-631-8891 to listen to the Arizona Citizens for Clean Elections Commission’s voter guide and candidate statements.

 

Thanks to the Sun Lakes Breakfast Lions Club

Andrea Pasquale holds a check and two men stand on either side in white Lions shirtsWe are grateful to have been a part of the Sun Lakes Breakfast Lions installation dinner. We want to give our thanks to Lions president Gary Aleshire and District Governor Jim Brotherton for their continuous support and contribution.

Hear Arizona Podcasts Address Issues, Empowering Our Community

The Hear Arizona podcast initiative is made possible with support from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust.

Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust

 

A man stands in the sunlight on an outdoor patioInHospitable

A new series on how drought, extreme heat, and wildfire are affecting Phoenix, America's hottest and fastest-growing big city.

 

 

Marine Corps veteran Dan Bannick holds the uniform he wore when he was in the MarinesBecoming a Veteran

With a unique perspective as a fellow veteran, producer Scott Bourque examines the root cause of the issues veterans face in this series.

 

A man sits at a table and works on a laptop surrounded by textbooks and notesEducation Cliff

Arizona can't recruit enough qualified teachers or replace the ones that retire. What are the solutions? This podcast series is supported by F2 Family Foundation, Intel, and Rio Salado College.

F2 Family FoundationIntelRio Salado College A Maricopa Community College

 

 

A mural of a woman holding her face in her hands in front of a new apartment complexState of the Arts Arizona

State of the Arts Arizona focuses on how arts nonprofits are connecting with us no matter what the circumstances. This podcast series is supported by Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust.

Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust

A bearded man in a red T-shirt sits in a wheelchair in front of a building(In)Accessible

Hear stories of people with disabilities and organizations making the state more accessible.

 

Two people wear hardhats at a home construction siteUnAffordable and UnSheltered

Are homelessness and affordable housing in Arizona connected?  UnSheltered and UnAffordable podcasts explore the obstacles that can make surviving and thriving in the Valley a challenge.

A woman turns her body at a ballet studio

Aging

A fresh look at important and often under-reported issues affecting the state's aging population.