Shooting Lightning Experience the joy, frustration, and excitement of trying to photograph lighting. Arizona Illustrated Arts/Culture producer Andrew Brown follows photographers attempting to capture one of nature's most beautiful and dangerous phenomenon. Tucson is widely regarded as the lightning capital of the world. It is also one of the few places where photographers can capture strikes during "Golden Hour", the gorgeous gilded light at dusk. Potential partners: The photographers themselves Ray Campas 81 year-old Ray Campas owns and operates Hollywood Barber College. He s been barbering for over 50 years and mentoring and teaching young people how to cut hair for more than two decades. Born and raised in Barrio Hollywood, Ray is an accomplished hairstylist, winning more than sixty state and national awards for his “razor only” haircuts. Potential partners: Former Ray Campas students Hummingbird In July a hummingbird built a nest is a seemingly odd and precarious place…On a cable hanging beneath the eves of a building on the UA campus. UA staff installed a web camera and eavesdropping on the eggs and then later baby hummingbirds became an online sensation. Arizona Illustrated has compiled highlights from the nest cam. Potential partners: UA…People in story: Kent Ridgway, Information Technology Project Manager Chris Wilt, Facilities Project Manager Diana Liverman, Co-Director, UA Institute of the Environment Angie Brown, UA Institute of the Environment From the Vault: Bonanno Trail 1985 From the Vault is back! Joseph Bonanno, known as Joe Bananas, led one of the top New York crime families in the New York from the 1930s to the 1960s. In September, 1985 he was held in contempt of court for his refusal to testify about his part in the governing body of the Mafia known as the "commission". Rudolph Giuliani, then United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York questioned Mr. Bonanno in Tucson, Arizona.