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More Arizona Spotlight Stories from Apr 2014

Gulp! - Adventures in the Alimentary Canal

Science writer Mary Roach discusses her latest book, an in-depth look at the science of food - and other things people can swallow.

Apr 11, 2014

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Dr. Strangelove

Film writer Chris Dashiell shares his appreciation for director Stanley Kubrick's classic black comedy on its 50th anniversary.

Apr 10, 2014

The Address: A Film by Ken Burns

Watch students from the Greenwood School memorize, practice and recite the Gettysburg Address. Premieres Tuesday, April 15th, at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Apr 10, 2014

The Listening Project

Find out about the lack of special treatment for female service members in Iraq, and how one woman was changed by her military experience.

Apr 3, 2014

Local Group Hosts Special Prom for Teens with Cancer

Hosted by the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of S. Arizona, teens experience this high school rite of passage on their own terms.

Apr 3, 2014

Tales of Tucson: Dillinger's Last Love

A story about something that might have happened in Tucson more than 80 years ago, and kept secret ever since...

Apr 3, 2014

Tucson Program for Cancer Survivors Expanding Nationally

Founder of Beat Cancer Boot Camp combines passion for helping patients with working out.

Apr 3, 2014

Four Day Film Fest Explores Current Crop of Mexican Cinema

This is the 9th edition of the festival, and co-sponsor says the films focus on historic issues and social issues that are relevant to life in Mexico and along the U.S. border.

Mar 27, 2014

Stairwell Session featuring Mike Kanne

Can the Rillito River wash the blues away? Kanne is a singer / songwriter who draws on desert landscape, family life for lyrical inspiration

Mar 27, 2014

From Chiapas, Mexico: More Than Just Coffee

Co-op selling coffee in Tucson helps Mexican families stay together and avoid dangerous illegal immigration.

Mar 27, 2014

UA Professors Traces Origins of Flu

For years wild migratory birds have been considered a source of all flu viruses, but his research finds differently.

Mar 21, 2014

The C.S.I. Effect

Alexis Gray, one of the nation's top forensic anthropologists, discusses how popular TV shows have changed the public's expectations about forensic science.

Mar 21, 2014

A Book I Love

Early reccommendations for your Summer reading list from visitors to the 2014 Tucson Festival of Books.

Mar 20, 2014

Events Present Cross-Cultural Dialogues of Border Life, Art

The UA Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry presents "Voices Across Borders" at the Tucson Festival of Books this weekend.

Mar 13, 2014

Native American Traditional Foods Turn Into Viable Business

From tepary beans grown by the Tohono O’Odham people to chocolate produced by the Chickasaw Nation, Native Americans are entering the niche food market in many places.

Mar 13, 2014

Program Provides Juvenile Offenders With Second Chance

YARDS is an educative nine-week program that teachers youth skills; in collaboration with Pima County's juvenile court system.

Mar 13, 2014

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