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More Arizona Spotlight Teases from Sep 2012

Unity in the Message

NPR's Senior Washington Editor talks about what the Democratic party is doing to stir up voter enthusiasm for Obama in 2012.

Sep 7, 2012

Teachers' Voices with Bob and Sue Reavis

Married educators who say they have teaching in their blood reflect on the changes they've seen over almost four decades in the classroom.

Sep 7, 2012

Arizona's Newest Telescope Now Operational

Discovery Channel Telescope, fifth largest in U.S., makes scientific and screen debut

Sep 7, 2012

Beyond The Base

NPR Deputy Washington Editor talks about what the Republican party is doing to woo women and minority voters

Aug 31, 2012

Tucson Trio Roll Acosta Learn From Recording Process

Band members say recording in San Fransisco changed their approach to music and friendship

Aug 31, 2012

Capoeira Continues Centuries-Old Tradition In Tucson

Brazilian martial arts tradition of dance, song and percussion has a long-time Tucson home and lots of local fans

Aug 31, 2012

Primavera Program Offers Hope, Resources to Homeless

Rising numbers finding assistance at 'HIP' center, which provides soap, food, phone, more

Aug 30, 2012

Traveling Busker Shares His Music, Philosophy

Mikee Pruitt, aka 20,000 Strongmen, plays Appalachian blues on streets of America.

Aug 23, 2012

Teachers' Voices with Taylor Ginter and Jeff Marchant

Hear how a friendship between a band director and a promising young musician has taught some important lessons to them both.

Aug 23, 2012

TUSD Menu Changes Offer Healthier Options

More fruits, vegetables part of effort to curb high rate of childhood obesity

Aug 23, 2012

The Thorny History Of Saguaro National Park

New book tells the complicated story, in pictures, of preserving the dense stands of saguaro near Tucson

Aug 17, 2012

'Dry Heat' Tough on Tucson's Homeless

Cooling Center provides comfortable respite for those without shelter

Aug 16, 2012

Documentary Tells Story of Desert Deaths

New film aims to explore migrant deaths in the Arizona desert through medical investigators' work

Aug 16, 2012

Julia Child Remembered

A conversation with Donna Nordin, a Tucson chef who was briefly an assistant to Julia Child, about working alongside a legend.

Aug 9, 2012

Teachers' Voices with Amanda McCarley and Dr. John Hosmer

A University High School student asks her history teacher to reflect on teaching some of Tucson's best and brightest

Aug 9, 2012

Arizona Dream

Film reviewer Chris Dashiell looks back at a 1991 film with a diverse cast that presents an absurdist view of life in the Southwest.

Aug 9, 2012

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