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Nuts and Bolts of the Boneyard

The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (309th AMARG) is a one-of-a-kind specialized facility located on Davis-Monthan AFB.

Veterans in the Vineyard

A trio of Air Force Academy graduates, who served their country flying missions around the world, came together to start Flying Leap Vineyards in 2010.

Time Lapse of A-10 Phase Maintenance

355th Equipment Maintenance Squadron A-10 "Warthog", Davis-Monthan AFB Tucson, Arizona Time lapse by A1C Taylor Harrison.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 109

Raptors preview, A Native Way to Heal, Native Runner, and From the Vault

Arizona Illustrated Episode 108

Special compilation of excerpts from AZ Illustrated's Emmy® award-winning stories.

Understanding Play

The importance of play for children.

Boyce Thompson Arboretum

Boyce Thompson Arboretum is the largest and oldest botanical garden in the state of Arizona.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 107

Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Drawing Tucson, Understanding Play, and From the Vault: Kolb Road

Prom Body

What started as a solo recording project has turned into something so much bigger.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 106

More Than Just Coffee, Community Kitchen, and Backyard Farmers Market

Backyard Farmers Market

Backyard Farmers Market

Community Kitchen

People from all ages and walks of life need a second chance in a tough economy. In Tucson, Caridad Community Kitchen is providing that second chance by teaching the art of cooking.

More Than Just Coffee

The story of a family in Mexico’s southernmost state that is using coffee as a way to prevent illegal immigration to the United States.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 105

A Portable Planetarium?, Limits of Memory, Media Camp, and From the Vault: Casting Revenge of the Nerds

The Limits of Memory

Four experts--a forensic interviewer, a UA researcher, a forensic psychologist and an experienced prosecutor--weigh in on memory, how it works, how it can fail us, and what that means for our criminal justice system.

A Portable Planetarium?

There's a little known traveling "observatory" that brings the night sky to elementary school gymnasiums in Southern Arizona... after it gets inflated, of course.

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