"Cordelia and The Night Wind," painting by To-Ree-Nee Wolf.
Featured on this encore edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:
- Meet Brie Seward and Eric Stark, part of the team behind a new podcast called Autism Talks. Their mission is to connect families with advocates and community resources, to help build bridges across the neurological spectrum. The podcast is a project of the non-profit Autism Society of Southern Arizona, with their community partner, Banner University Health Plans.
The "Autism Talks" podcast logo.
Eric Stark, marketing coordinator for Banner University Health Plans, is a member of the board of the Autism Society of Southern Arizona, and a self-advocate with an autism diagnosis.
Brie Seward, executive director of the non-profit Autism Society of Southern Arizona.
- As the 100-year old Rialto Theatre prepares to re-open its doors to live performance, a visual exhibition pays tribute to the musical legends who have walked on its stage, as seen through the dynamic lens of the photographer known as C. Elliot, in a profile produced by Andrew Brown. Through July 24th, the Rialto Theatre Gallery Project](https://downtowntucson.org/do/rialto-theatre-gallery-project) is open every Friday and Saturday from 6:00 - 9:00 PM, featuring photos and posters from past events created by C. Elliott, Mark A. Martinez, and Ryan Trayte. Visits are free.
Photographer C. Elliot's work is a part of the 2021 Rialto Theater Gallery Project.
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Photographer C. Elliot's portrait of Childish Gambino (Donald Glover) in performance at the Rialto Theatre.
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- And, music and conversation with singer & guitarist To-Ree-Nee Wolf. Her new album, A Wolf by Any Other Name, creates the calm, inviting atmosphere of an artist sharing stories in the dark. It includes her own compositions and emotion-driven covers of classic songs like "Moon River" and "River Man".
To-Ree-Nee Wolf's 2020 solo album.
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