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More Arizona Spotlight Stories from Dec 2009

Voices Tiny

VOICES: Community Stories Past & Present Inc.

Donna Marie Miranda tells us about a catastrophic back injury caused by her being overweight, and the changes it brought to the way she views herself and her health.

Dec 18, 2009
Maricopa Hall

Thai Lunch Meeting

Hear an Audio Postcard from the bi-weekly Thai Lunch get-togethers that are held at the U of A's Maricopa Hall.

Dec 18, 2009
NPS Radio

Mobile AM Radio

Mark Duggan takes looks at how some government agencies are using the old-fashioned technology of mobile AM radio stations to convey important information.

Dec 11, 2009
Chicken

Urban Chickens

Tony Paniagua explores the local interest in raising & keeping chickens in backyards or other urban environments.

Dec 11, 2009
Howe Gelb

Howe Gelb

Mark Mclemore has a conversation with singer and songwriter Howe Gelb. His new concert film, "Sno Angel Wingin' It," showing at a benefit on Saturday at the Loft Cinema.

Dec 11, 2009
Electric car charger

Electric Cars

Christopher Conover tells us about some of the ways that Tucson is welcoming the arrival of the new generation of electric cars.

Dec 4, 2009
Faucet

Wastewater

Find out what happens to more than 65 million gallons of drinking water that gets flushed every day in Pima County, as Laura Markowitz follows the flow.

Dec 4, 2009
Jewish Community Foundation logo

Jewish Legacy Forum

Peter Michaels talks with Dana Adler from the Jewish Community Foundation about "The Endowment Book of Life", and what's planned for the first-ever Jewish Legacy Forum.

Dec 4, 2009
Ann Fine book

Ann Fine Poem

Poet Ann M. Fine reads her work "Diary Operating Manually". Her debut collection of poems, "A Nest This Size", recently was published by Shearsman Books.

Dec 4, 2009
Flowing Wells

Flowing Wells Activist

Ellie Towne takes Laura Markowitz on a tour of the Flowing Wells Revitalization Area and discusses how her crime-and-drug-ridden neighborhood was transformed into an "All-American City"

Nov 27, 2009
Centennarian

Salute to Centenarians

More than fifty people at least 100 years old gathered recently at an event that may be unique in human history. Mark McLemore talks to Tucson's eldest citizens.

Nov 27, 2009
Naim Amor

Naim Amor

Hear the unique sounds of a critically-acclaimed French musician who now calls Tucson his home. Naim Amor and his band play music from his new album.

Nov 27, 2009
UA President Robert Shelton

"State of the University"

Christopher Conover tells us about what was covered in Dr. Robert Shelton's 2009 UA "State of the University" address.

Nov 20, 2009
Jane Poynter

Jane Poynter

Author, ecologist, and explorer Jane Poynter talks about her new book, "Champions for Change." She's working with the U.N. and athletes from around the world for pro-environmental action.

Nov 20, 2009
Lewis Dawley-Hill

VOICES: Community Stories Past & Present Inc.

From VOICES, teenager Lewis Dawley-Hill tells us about how he leaves his nerdy persona behind when he takes on the costumes of his favorite characters.

Nov 20, 2009
Tucson Comicon

Tucson Comic Con

Hear from costumed folks, in an Audio Postcard from the 2nd Annual Tucson Comic Con, a chance for local comic book, fantasy, and science fiction fans to celebrate.

Nov 20, 2009

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