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More Arizona Spotlight Stories from Jul 2009

Equine

Race Horse Rescue

Pam White introduces us to horse trainer Patti Shirley, who founded the Equine Encore Foundation to take care of racehorses who have been injured, or are too old to run.

Jul 10, 2009
Felix Valencia

VOICES: Community Stories Past & Present Inc.

Hear the thoughts of Felix Valencia, as he prepares to leave the reservation where he lives to attend his first year of college.

Jul 10, 2009
Gabriel Ayala

Gabriel Ayala

Listen to the music of Gabriel Ayala, a classical guitarist of Yaqui Indian descent, as he shares what drives him to seek excellence in his art.

Jul 10, 2009
Arizona State Capitol building

State Budget Status

The Arizona Legislature this week finally passed a budget for the new fiscal year, but Governor Brewer vetoed much of its. Christopher Conover reports on what's next in the process.

Jul 3, 2009
Larry Dossey, M.D.

Premonitions

Physician and author Dr. Larry Dossey tells Laura Markowitz how glimpses of the future can change our understanding of time and human consciousness.

Jul 3, 2009
Native Americans

Preserving Languages

Luis CarriĆ³n tells us about the work of the American Indian Language Development Institute, which celebrates native languages, and keeps them from becoming lost.

Jul 3, 2009
Arizona State Capitol building

State Budget Lawsuit

The Arizona Supreme Court was called in to settle the budget dispute between Gov. Jan Brewer and the legislature. Christopher Conover has the outcome and fallout.

Jun 26, 2009
art paint tiny

Arts and the Economy

The current economic climate is making it difficult for artists to make a profit from their work. Sooyeon Lee looks at some Tucson artists who are using social networking sites to reach new audiences.

Jun 26, 2009
Rachelle Diaz

"Tu-Scene" - Blogging the Arts

Mark McLemore interviews Rachelle Diaz, an artist who runs "Tu-Scene", a blog about the local visual arts community.

Jun 26, 2009
Aaron Brown anchors the seventh season of this award-winning international affairs series.

WIDE ANGLE

The PBS television series WIDE ANGLE begins its new season on July 1st. Mark McLemore gets a preview from the program's host, Aaron Brown, the award-winning reporter and news commentator.

Jun 26, 2009
TV

TV Disposal

With the conversion to digital television broadcasting now complete, you may be wondering what to do with your old TV set. Christopher Conover reports on your options.

Jun 19, 2009
Bernard Lafayette

Dr. Bernard LaFayette

June 19th is Juneteenth, a commemoration of the announcement of the end of slavery. Laura Markowitz brings us a conversation with civil rights pioneer Dr. Bernard LaFayette.

Jun 19, 2009
Peter Rothbart, Found

FOUND Magazine

Mark McLemore talks to Peter Rothbart of FOUND Magazine, a collection of the sometimes inexplicable notes, photographs, and souvenirs that people find in unexpected places.

Jun 19, 2009
Roller Derby

Tucson Roller Derby

An Audio Postcard from Tucson Roller Derby's 6th Season Championships, as produced by Christopher Conover and Matt Felix.

Jun 19, 2009
Guy on bike

Drachman Study

As part of our BLUEPRINT TUCSON series, Tony Paniagua looks at a study showing millions of Americans would be better off economically if they lived closer to where they worked.

Jun 12, 2009
Sierena Dufault

Fibromyalgia Hike

Christopher Conover tells us about a Tucson woman who hiked for 80 days on the Arizona Trail to raise awareness about fibromyalgia.

Jun 12, 2009

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