A taco festival and the music of Ozomatli make for a perfect night.
Hail to the Native Americans, and sports returns to Phoenix
At long last, Washington D.C.’s NFL team is getting a name and logo change. Hail to the activists who’ve worked hard for this to finally happen.
NWSL leads the way as first to play
The National Women’s Soccer League was the first contact team sport to return to action in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Matches are being played in a “bubble” in suburban Salt Lake City.
Dear COVID-19…enough i$ enough
We miss sports. And it’s only been three days.
Sunny’s Side: Astros, Halftime & More
A public relations disaster for Astros, the banning of Manchester City, celebrating Latinas and more in Sunny’s Side.
A night of Division I college soccer in West Phoenix
Faith was tested on Family Weekend at the GCU Antelopes men’s soccer match this weekend. Sports faith, that is, as the Lopes tied San Jose State Spartans, 2-2 in a WAC match-up.
A message of love for El Paso
On a night of soccer in Arizona when Phoenix Rising FC continued its winning ways, a group of fans let the city of El Paso know they stand with residents in the wake of last week’s mass shooting.
Sunny’s Side: Time for Halls to recognize Flores, Edgar, Mariners’ ship sinking … and more
The sports Hall of Fame voters have to get it right this time — Tom Flores and Edgar Martinez deserve to be in, writes our co-founder.
Sunny’s Side: Healing up, catching up
Sunny’s Side returns after a hiatus during which much has happened.
Supporters groups unite through magical season for Phoenix Rising FC
Not only have Phoenix Rising FC players found the chemistry to make a deep playoff run, the supporters groups have found synergy as well despite their philosophical differences.
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