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More AZ Spotlight Featured Rotator from Dec 2012

A lobby card for Buñuel's 1953 film El, which is still unavailable on DVD

Luis Buñuel

Film reviewer Chris Dashiell says that some of the acclaimed Spanish director's best films were made in Mexico during the 1950's

Dec 6, 2012
Author Wade Davis on the Colorado River

Notes from the 'American Nile'

Book looks at natural, human history of Colorado River

Nov 30, 2012

Spotlight Session: Joey Burns of Calexico

Listen to some exclusive solo performances from Calexico's front man, along with an interview about the band's journey to New Orleans to make their new album "Algiers"

Nov 29, 2012
Steve Winwood onstage during his 2010 shows with Eric Clapton

Steve Winwood: Five Decades Of Song

A conversation with the musician about his influences, a missing Hammond B3 organ, and an upcoming Tucson show.

Nov 16, 2012
Newly retired Arizona teachers Bob and Sue Reavis

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.

Nov 16, 2012
2008 Los Angeles Citizenship Ceremony

Latino Vote: Fact or Fiction?

Much talked about and much courted this past election, but what do we know about Latino voters and whether candidates reached them?

Nov 16, 2012
Ngawang Kunga Bista, Lama and Sand Mandala Artist, speaks with AZPM about the origin of sand mandalas, and the unique cultural dynamic that is a part of his remote community.

Buddhist Sand Mandala First in Southern Arizona

Week-long creation process ends with dissolution ceremony in Santa Cruz River

Nov 15, 2012

CD 1: The Flavor of Arizona

New district larger, more diverse than several states

Nov 2, 2012

The 5th. Annual Haunted Halloween Arizona Spotlight

BOO!! Are you ready for a new trick-or-treat bag of seasonal goodies designed to frighten and delight? Then click bravely and prepare yourself for the chills!

Oct 25, 2012
Davy Rothbart is touring the country, celebrating the 10th anniversary of Found Magazine and the publication of his new book "My Heart Is An Idiot."

Divining Stories From Detritus

Found Magazine's Davy Rothbart, in Tucson recently, talks stories, strangers and found love letters

Oct 19, 2012

Director Takes on Three of the World's Deadliest Words

Film "It's a Girl" documents gendercide of female infants around the world

Oct 11, 2012
Marian Ahmed harvests tomatoes with the Iskashitaa Refugee Network. Ahmed is a refugee from Somalia who arrived in the U.S. more than eight years ago.

The Iskashitaa Harvesting Project

Refugees find kinship, community in harvesting Tucson’s unwanted food

Oct 5, 2012

A Conversation With Maria Hinojosa

Her new documentary looks at democracy and the changing demographic in the U.S.

Oct 5, 2012
By now most people have had an opportunity to navigate the ongoing construction along the modern streetcar line & traffic has been impacted along the entire route and it's clear that this transportation project will have an impact on the community and Cycling.

Modern Streetcar Tracks Snare Cyclists

Bike riders say falls common; city engineers working on issues

Sep 27, 2012
Andrea came to kindergarten sort of speaking three languages: Spanish, English, and Kanjobal. After five years of English Immersion classes, she is still struggling to communicate—in any language.

The Latino Gap: Not Quite Trilingual

A young girl from Guatemala struggles with English after 5 years in public school, while speaking Spanish with friends and a Guatemalan dialect at home.

Sep 21, 2012
9/19/12. Rebecca Brukman.

Tucson's Movie Theater History

Chris Dashiell looks back at the theaters that once thrilled Tucson audiences, from The Fox and The Rialto to memories of The Opera House and The Lyric.

Sep 20, 2012

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