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This week, Arizona Spotlight explores gentrification, mobility and remembrance.
Each October, Arizona Public Media features stories about people affected by breast cancer. The stories include patients, family members, and friends whose lives have been touched by a diagnosis. That includes Kimberly Hicks and Veronica Robles who lost their close friend Brenda Loomis to breast cancer.
A group of artists is exploring the idea of mobility through a traveling performing art show. They began the show in Tucson, and Luis Carrión caught up with them before they left for other desert cities.
What does gentrification mean for Tucson? In an effort to answer that question, Amanda LeClaire hosted a roundtable discussion with Gary Pivo, a planning professor at the University of Arizona, Tucson City Councilwoman Regina Romero, and Dan Gibson, the editor of the Tucson Weekly.
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