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Art Interrupted

UA art students have their semesters upended by the coronavirus pandemic.

Sugar Hill

An intimate look inside Tucson's historically black Sugar Hill neighborhood.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 624

Re-opening during a pandemic; Sugar Hill neighborhood; Art Interrupted; Bono Buys Gleeson

The Instrument Repair Shop

An intimate look behind the scenes of Bookmans’ musical instrument repair shop.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 623

An artist in isolation; MOCA director Laura Copelin; Bookman's instrument repair shop; Tumamoc biodiversity

Sun Sounds

Reading on the radio for those who can't.

The New Normal

A wave of creative energy happened online as people adapted to the new reality of coronavirus.

I Love You, Bye

Arizona Illustrated producer Vanessa Barchfield shares a deeply personal story about her father and his lifelong illness.

Memorial Garden

The University of Arizona’s USS Arizona memorial garden.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 617

A Mother's Story; Memorial Garden; Tucson Trains; Super Bowl Band

Just Najima

A profile of singer and recording artist, Najima Rainey, and the unique stylings of her band 'Just Najima'

Arizona Illustrated Episode 616

Nature's Healing; Just Najima; Connecting Mothers

Nature's Hot Dog

Butterflies are essential pollinators in our ecosystem and their existence is now being challenged by climate change.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 615

Santa Cruz Church; The Colorado Plateau; Nature's Hot Dog

The Psychedelic Reset

With mental health disorders on the rise, groundbreaking research is being launched on psychedelic substances and their potential impacts on mental health.

Mosh for Mental Health

An annual benefit concert and costume parade for local nonprofits that provide mental health services.

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