In 1973, three friends decided to dress like mountain men and ride horseback from Arizona to Canada… just for the adventure. They made their own buckskin clothes and learned to shoot black powder rifles. The only modern thing they took was a camera. Two of the three guys met up in Phoenix recently and
I really wanted to make something special for The Arizona Republic newspaper’s 125th anniversary. The Republic is actually older than the State of Arizona. The paper has been here before the beginning. If it happened in Arizona we were there. I wanted to produce a piece that both reminded people about our proud shared history
These men survived the Japanese attack on the USS Arizona that sank their ship killing 1,177 of their fellow sailors. They share with us, in their own words, what they saw at Pearl Harbor.
This is the wildest boat race you will ever see, and it doesn’t even come close to water. What is a waterless boat race? A waterless boat race is one part demolition derby, one part car race and five parts crazy. Drivers drag fiberglass boats around a soapy asphalt track, trying to take out each other’s
A couple finds love during war.