May 1, 2010

Summer Solstice

Myth, science and public art

The sun circle located on the Rillito River park in Tucson, Ariz., is a great place to witness the summer solstice.

On the day that marks the official start of summer, producer Luis Carrion takes us to a little known example of public art that tries to bridge the gap between our modern lives and those of past inhabitants of the Sonoran Desert.

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