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Walls and Wildlife

How does the Arizona / Mexico border wall affect wildlife?

Arizona Illustrated Episode 118

Sharon Kha; A Bookshop at the End of the World; The Corner Store; From the Vault: Women of Rodeo

Arizona Illustrated Episode 117

MLK Day; Jaguar Habitat; Stolen Lives; From the Vault: Recycling 1989

Stolen Lives

Produced by: Andrew Brown and Mark McLemore

Arizona Illustrated Episode 116

Building a Crisis Intervention Team; The Great Escape of '44; Art Dads; From the Vault: Jarvik 7 Artificial Heart

George Brookbank

Organic, healthy, local foods are a culinary rage in many communities but Arizona gardener George Brookbank has been spreading the word about their benefits for decades.

Aravaipa Canyon

If you are a city dweller and looking to ‘get away from it all’ there is a place where water runs through thousand foot canyon walls year round, wildlife including desert bighorn sheep and over 200 species of birds live among shady cottonwoods.

Zoppé Circus Legacy

Handed down from generation to generation, The Zoppé Family Circus continues to entertain audiences.

Tis the Season

Unique perspectives on the holiday season.

Winterhaven Memories

The holiday lights and decorations within the neighborhood of Winterhaven are a Tucson tradition.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 115

Earthlight; George Brookbank; Zoppe Family Circus; From the Vault: Titan Missile Tour

Arizona Illustrated Episode 114

Sunrise Neighborhood Assistance Program, Aravaipa Canyon, Prom Body

Arizona Illustrated Episode 113

Winterhaven Memories, Breaking Bread, Tis the Season

Art Dads

Meet three Tucson artists who are learning to balance their creative pursuits with the responsibility of being fathers.

Selected Archive Filters

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