This week on Arizona Illustrated… Selling Water: Should Colorado River water be used to grow alfalfa or subdivisions in the Phoenix metropolitan area? A pending water sale pits communities along the river against those of Queen Creek, population 50,000 and is setting the stage for future battles over the world’s most precious resource. Myth and The West: Cody Young grew up around Old Tucson Studios with his father "Blackjack" Young, a Hollywood stuntman who worked with legends like John Ford and John Wayne. Cody was enamored with Western films. Now, he teaches students at the University of Arizona about The Western but his relationship with those films is a lot more complicated. Here to Help: People helping people, a positive result of the pandemic. Tucson’s new mutual aid groups…What are they doing? How does it work? Who are they helping? From Food Not Bombs to Tucson Mask, they are here to help. Masks: University of Arizona researcher Amanda Wilson reveals what materials make the best, and the worst masks.