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Prison Arts
May 26, 2022

Prison Arts

From prison inmate to successful artist, Tucson resident Maryanne Chisholm has made an inspirational transformation.
Surviving Suicide Loss
May 25, 2022

Surviving Suicide Loss

One family's experience of loss and how they found support and emotional healing.
Ironwood Historical Swordsmanship
May 24, 2022

Ironwood Historical Swordsmanship

The Ironwood Historical Swordsmanship Club is reviving the art of medieval European fencing.
Stories in the Sand
May 20, 2022

Stories in the Sand

Exploring thousands of years of natural history in one of the most remote places in North America.
Longfin Dace Minnow
May 18, 2022

Longfin Dace Minnow

For the first time in 110 years, the longfin dace will swim in the waters of downtown Tucson.
Birth Witness
May 15, 2022

Birth Witness

Ofelia Zepeda, former Tucson poet laureate and Tohono O’odham tribal member reads an excerpt from her poem.
Agrivoltaics
May 12, 2022

Agrivoltaics

Growing food in the shade of solar panels.
The Grieving Brain
May 11, 2022

The Grieving Brain

What does it mean to grieve? Is it strictly emotional or is there more to grief than just feelings?
Sabino Dam
May 5, 2022

Sabino Dam

Sabino Dam is an accessible oasis about a mile from the Sabino Canyon Visitor Center, a wonderful Tucson gem.
"Justice" at ATC
April 30, 2022

"Justice" at ATC

"Justice" is a world premiere musical being brought to the stage for the first time, right here in Tucson by Arizona Theatre Company.
An Endangered Language
April 29, 2022

An Endangered Language

With the majority of Indigenous tribal languages in the United States in critical danger of dying out, what does it take to keep them from becoming exti...
Arizona State Museum
April 28, 2022

Arizona State Museum

Founded in 1893, Arizona State Museum at the University of Arizona is the oldest and largest anthropological research facility in the U.S. Southwest.
Homestretch
April 27, 2022

Homestretch

The Homestretch Foundation seeks to close the gender pay gap for women endurance athletes and provide them with training, mentorship, and a community in...
Pandemics Pets: Goat Yoga
April 21, 2022

Pandemics Pets: Goat Yoga

Emily Haddon and her Nigerian dwarf goats help people deal with the stresses of life.
Invasive Species: Arundo
April 15, 2022

Invasive Species: Arundo

Follow volunteers from Watershed Management Group as they attempt to remove Arundo donax (giant reed) from Tanque Verde Creek in east Tucson.
For the Birds
April 8, 2022

For the Birds

During the pandemic, Bisbee resident Ken Lamberton discovered a new passion when he began photographing the birds on his property. (6:23)
Lunar New Year
April 1, 2022

Lunar New Year

Mission Garden and the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center teamed up to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (5:35)
Alanna
February 18, 2022

Alanna

At the age of 47, Alanna Airitam left a successful career in advertising to pursue photography full-time.
Footprints from the Past
February 16, 2022

Footprints from the Past

Archaeologists have recently uncovered ancient human footprints at White Sands National Park that date to as far back as 23,000 years.
The Art of Adobe
February 15, 2022

The Art of Adobe

Take a peek into artist rafa esparza’s vision through a public adobe brick-making workshop at MOCA Tucson.
Agua Caliente Park
February 11, 2022

Agua Caliente Park

A green oasis in Pima County east of Tucson city limits, attracting birders, history buffs and a variety of other visitors. (5:04)
Plants for the Southwest
February 10, 2022

Plants for the Southwest

You can find hidden gems all over Tucson and Plants for the Southwest is one of those special places. (8:20)
Wings Over Willcox
February 9, 2022

Wings Over Willcox

The annual festival attracts people from around the world to southeastern Arizona to see thousands of sandhill cranes. (5:28)
Dream History Tour
February 4, 2022

Dream History Tour

Poet Mathias Svalina combines Tucson’s history, which he studied while in residence at the University of Arizona Poetry Center, with his own surrealist ...
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