HOTLINE: Thursday, Aug, 28

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ASU Game Day
ASU will open up on Thursday, August 28th against Weber State before traveling to New Mexico on September 6th. The Sun Devils will open conference play the next week with a road trip to Colorado, before enjoying their first bye of the year.

2014 ASU Football Schedule:
Aug. 28 - Weber State (Thursday)
Sept. 6 - at New Mexico
Sept. 13 - at Colorado
Sept. 20 - Bye
Sept. 25 - UCLA (Thursday)
Oct. 4 - at USC
Oct. 11 - Bye
Oct. 18 - Stanford
Oct. 25 - at Washington
Nov. 1 - Utah (Homecoming)
Nov. 8 - Notre Dame
Nov. 15 - at Oregon State
Nov. 22 - Washington State (Senior Day)
Nov. 28 - at Arizona (Friday)
Dec. 5 - Pac-12 Championship Game
 
500 East Veterans Way SP102
Tempe, AZ 85287
(480) 965-6099
 
 
Fitness Fun
How to make exercise fun for kids and how physical fitness can boost self-esteem in children. Kids can play games and not even realize they're exercising:
- Fun hanging tricks
- Swinging from ring to ring 
- Working on a double trapeze  
- Tumbling skills 
- Fun group activities like a bubble storm or dancing game
 
My Gym Children's Fitness Center
4142 E. Chandler Blvd. Suite 104 
Phoenix, AZ 85048
 
480-940-4967
 
 
Stache-a-Palooza
The Current World Record for the most false mustaches worn in one place, at one time is 2,268 mustaches....today the Arizona State Credit Union will attempt to beat that record at a free event at ASU called "Stache-a-Palooza." Viewers are invited to join in as the Guinness Book of World Records records this attempt. And, the more the merrier, the credit union is stocked with 10,000 staches and is hoping the whole community will turn out to try to help break this record, and there are no age limits, so bring the kids.  
 
August 28, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Sun Devil Fitness Complex Fields, ASU 
Tempe, AZ 85287
 
 
Tito Munoz, Phoenix Symphony
Tito Muñoz is about to debut as the Music Director and Maestro at The Phoenix Symphony. Ahead of a  mammoth opening weekend in September, Tito will be in town only for a few days to share his impressions of Phoenix and his new role as part of the city's creative workforce.
 
Tickets start at $18 and can be purchased by calling the box office at 602-495-1999 or online at phoenixsymphony.org