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Arizona Illustrated Episode 540

The Cannabis Coach, Binational Encuentro, Far Afield: Loveland, Red Road

Rescuing Wildlife

The Tucson Wildlife Center receives more than 3,000 birds and other animals each year, and operates the state’s first and only wildlife hospital open year-round.

Life Upside Down

Bora Matarazzo tells the story of how she survived the Cambodian genocide and came to the United States.

Willcox Radio

Since the mid-1950s, KHIL radio has been the soundtrack, news source, and connector in Willcox, AZ and now, the station is in danger of shutting down. 

Arizona Illustrated Episode 539

Life Upside Down, Rescuing Wildlife, and Willcox Radio

Arizona Illustrated Episode 538

Shooting Lightning, Pride on the Nation, Tumerico, and Monsoon Creatures

Tree Readers

Taking a closer look at how tree rings are formed in order to understand how climate change will affect the forests of the southwest.

MOCA Art Camp

Offering kids a respite from the summer heat and a chance to learn about and experiment with installation art.

Bat Bridge Poetry

Tucson-based poets offer poems to the non-human inhabitants of the North Campbell Street Bridge.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 537

Tree Readers; Far Afield: Bat Bridge Poetry; Far Afield: Immanuel Abraham; MOCA Art Camp

The Santa Cruz

Earlier this month, a stretch of a long-dry river bed in the heart of Tucson was reborn.

The Light Years

Chris Rush's memoir tells a beautiful, often violent story of drug trafficking, gay youth, homelessness, sins of the fathers, and the search for personal freedom in America.

Portrait of Poetry

B.A. Van Sise explores photography and poetry’s relationship with the image in his show A Portrait of Poetry at the Center for Creative Photography.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 536

The Santa Cruz reborn; Portrait of Poetry with B.A. Van Sise; Tucson artist Chris Rush; A Passion for Plants

Waste Not

A new recycling trend in composting toilets puts human waste to work.

Stopping Hate

Acts of hate and expressions of white supremacy are on the rise.

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