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TANGO

While most international aid groups work from headquarters in DC, Nairobi or London, Tucson's own TANGO is involved in projects all over the world - from their offices on South Stone Avenue.

Jewish Mysticism

Enter the world of Jewish mysticism with Rabbi Sandy Seltzer.

Muralists on Murals – Allison Miller

Tucson Muralists share what their three favorite murals in town are. First up Allison Miller of Alley Cat Murals.

Episode 713

Connecting students and citizen-scientists in the garden, TANGO International promoting food security, an energetic primer on Jewish Mysticism, and Muralists on Murals. (29:19)

Episode 712

A lizard loving Ph.D. known as Afro Herper, Two Restaurants struggle to survive, and School in the Time of COVID-19. (28:00)

Afro Herper

Earyn McGee is a lizard-loving PhD who's changing the idea of what it means to be a scientist. (07:15)

Two Restaurants

We check in with two family-owned Tucson staples to see how they adapted and coped during a difficult year. (06:08)

The Highland Games

A look back at the 2019 Highland Games, the festival will return in November 2021. (06:28)

Episode 711

Remembering January 8th, 10 years later. (28:00)

January 8th - Ten Years

A decade has passed since the tragic mass shooting tragedy in Tucson; we talk to survivors, witnesses, and medical personnel on the front lines that day.

Episode 710

A special presentation of Arizona Public Media's 2020 Emmy Award winning stories.

Episode 709

Memories of Winterhaven; The Bookshop at the End of the World: Remembering Lute Olson’s first day at U of A; Catalina State Park; and From the Vault: 1985’s Ho Ho Hotline (28:00)

Billy

Meet a Tucson musician whose life is a story of survival, persistence, and finding gratitude.

Episode 708

On the Line: frontline health care workers face chronic stress; Favorite Places: Mission Garden, a living agricultural museum at the base of Sentinel Peak; Billy: a Tucson musician's story of survival, persistence, and finding gratitude.

Arizona Illustrated Special: Understanding the Bighorn Fire

The Bighorn Fire burned in the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson for 48-days over the summer destroying nearly 120,000 acres. (29:30)

Favorite Places: Mount Lemmon

Architect Michael Nervik shares childhood memories of camping under the stars on Mount Lemmon. (02:41)

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