April 28, 2016

World City of Gastronomy

In 2015, Tucson Arizona was designated as world city of Gastronomy by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. Though others have applied, it was the first city in the United States to receive the designation. It sounds important, but what does it really mean, and why Tucson? Producer Andrew Brown takes us on a journey to discover the meaning and significance behind this designation. Producer: Andrew Brown
Videographers: Andrew Brown, Steve Riggs
Editor: Nate Huffman
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