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Blue Lotus Gallery

Blue Lotus Artist Collective highlights Black Artists of the Southwest

Tucson Bee Collaborative

Raising awareness of Sonoran Desert bees.

Theodore Buchholz: Cellist

Theodore Buchholz explains his intimate relationship with the cello and what life lessons can be found in learning to play an instrument

Desert Plants: Desert Fern

The desert fern, also known as feather bush, feather tree or tepehuaje in Mexico can reach heights of about 25 feet.

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Barbara Rogers, Artist; Arizona Cuisine: Junipine Lodge; Harold Woods; Working in Mental Health with Felicia Jaimez; Field Notes: Volcanoes

Field Notes: Volcanoes

From the highest point in Arizona to deep underground, we explore landscapes transformed by volcanoes.


Born in 1919, Harold Wood has seen a lot of things. At 103 years old he’s still as sharp as ever.

Barbara Rogers

Painter of paradise, vulnerability, and beauty.

Arizona Cuisine

Chefs Brett Vibber and Jaren Bates are redefining Arizona cuisine through foraged ingredients, indigenous foods, and an innovative menu.

Episode 1001

Solar Cooking, Untitled Gallery, All of Us, Ana Maria Iordache: Classical Guitarist

Solar Cooking

Saving money and energy may be as easy as turning to the sun as a cooking option.

Untitled Gallery

Meet Inna Rohr and Emily Hallowell, founders of the Untitled Gallery, whose goal is to provide a platform to discover Tucson’s local talent.

Ana Maria Iordache: Classical Guitarist

The classical guitarist from Romania, currently pursuing her DMA degree at the University of Arizona’s Fred Fox School of Music, sits down for an exclusive AZPM studio performance.

All of Us at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center

The Tucson Chinese Cultural Center has partnered with the All of Us Research Program as part of a nationwide endeavor to collect genetic data to aid in the advancement of precision health care and prevention.

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