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Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

  • Movies in a Minute: ‘The Nice Guys’

    When it comes to "The Nice Guys," I can only say one thing: When I left the theater, my cheeks actually hurt from laughing so hard.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Money Monster’

    The idea behind "Money Monster" was a good one, but, ironically, for a movie with "money" in the title, it took the cheap way out.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Keanu’

    Not only was Key and Peele's new film, "Keanu," downright hilarious, but it had some entirely original jokes that really hit.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group looks to help youth achieve dreams though mentors

    A Valley group wants to help young people be successful by pairing them with positive mentors.
  • Faith in Humanity: Group takes disabled, challenged people on outdoor adventures

    Daring Adventures is out to prove that people with disabilities or other challenges can lead a life just as exciting as everyone else.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘The Jungle Book’

    "The Jungle Book" is an instant classic and will have the entire family transfixed. It's technologically impressive and tells a great story.
  • Faith in Humanity: Arizona group holding used wheelchair collection drive

    An Arizona group is looking to help those who need a wheelchair get one at low or no cost.
  • Faith in Humanity: Group supports at-risk teens in the Phoenix area

    Sunshine Angels helps at-risk teens in Phoenix by providing practical and emotional support to get them through tough times.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Hardcore Henry’

    If you like non-stop, action-packed, blood-and-gore-filled, leave-you-on-the-edge-of-your-seat-type of movies, "Hardcore Henry" is the film for you.
  • Faith in Humanity: Phoenix group promoting mental health awareness on social media

    As American becomes more embroiled in the debate on mental health, one Phoenix group is trying to break the stigma surrounding it.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Midnight Special’

    First off, let me just say one word: WOW. That’s exactly how I walked away from “Midnight Special” feeling: amazed, amused and astounded. The film, for those who may not know, is about a young boy named Alton who discovers he has special powers after escaping a religious cult with his father, played by Michael […]
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Batman v. Superman – Dawn of Justice’

    Before I get started, let me tell you: I really wanted to like Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. I mean, I REALLY wanted to like this movie. But I just couldn't get into it.
  • Faith in Humanity: Group putting together Easter baskets for Valley kids

    A group is putting together Easter baskets to help brighten the holiday for children in Arizona hospitals.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Eye in the Sky’

    The entire premise of "Eye in the Sky" is based around the use of drones in the fight against terrorism.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group helping families change lives for better

    A Phoenix-area group is looking to help families turn over a new leaf and change their lives for the better.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Zootopia’

    Not only is "Zootopia" genuinely -- and I mean genuinely -- funny, it teaches kids a lot of lessons about life.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group helps women get back on feet after incarceration

    A Valley group is working to help women get back on their feet after they spend time behind bars.
  • Bruce St. James rides with Mario Andretti at Phoenix International Raceway

    Want to know what's it like to speed around Phoenix International Raceway at nearly 180 mph? Mario Andretti showed Bruce St. James exactly how fast FAST is.
  • A Republican winning the White House doesn’t add up

    Traditionally, a Republican candidate who wins the presidency has a majority of the white vote. But times are changing and the numbers don't look good.
  • Faith in Humanity: Goodwill of Central Arizona provides Valley with jobs, goods

    Goodwill of Central Arizona is grateful for the “goodwill” of others, knowing people have a choice of where to bring their used clothing, household goods and furniture. Without your generosity, Goodwill couldn’t do what they do.