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UA Researchers Link Smiling Faces With 'Coolness'

Study has implications for marketing strategies focused on facial expressions.

Elephant Dies at Reid Park Zoo

Officials say sudden death caused by fatal condition rarely seen in elephants.

UA Study: Sharing Music Can Bring Parents and Kids Closer

Researchers find they get along better during teenage years.

Mexico Hopes Mezcal Will Flow in Arizona for Cinco de Mayo

The Mexican government is sending producers of the agave-distilled spirit to the Southwest.

Bat Key to Tequila Trade Gets Off US Endangered Species List

The announcement was good news to both wildlife conservationists and drinkers of tequila, as the bats are important pollinators of agave.

UA Journalism School Signs Letter Critical of Broadcast Group

Among more than 20 schools protesting the Sinclair media corporation's political scripts.

Museum Series Supports Emerging Native American Artists

Pairs emerging artists with experienced potters and basket weavers from all over the Southwest.

Supervisors to Vote on Two New Tenants for Old Courthouse

University of Arizona and Visit Tucson may split the majority of the courthouse's square footage.

Tucson's 3.6 Percent: Reflections on Being Black in a Majority-White City

Members of Tucson's black community discuss the complex and often difficult nature of calling the city home.

Writing the River: A Conversation with New Yorker Writer David Owen

Owen will appear at the Tucson Festival of Books this weekend, his latest book investigating the past and future of the Colorado River.

Searching for What Turquoise Tells Us About Ourselves

Researchers look into the significance of the stone for cultures, past and present.

Tohono O'odham Rodeo Returns for 80th Year

Events include cultural performances and activities alongside classic rodeo events.

Grants Recognize Southern Arizona's Cultural Vitality

Thirty-one non-profits receive grants from the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona.

Report: Gap Grows Between 3rd-Generation Latinos and Cultural Roots

While many 3rd-generation Hispanic parents don't speak Spanish, the survey found, they want their children to learn.

Tucson Helping Kids Get Calls From Santa Claus

Last day for parents to request a call from St. Nick is Nov. 30.

El Tour Brings 1000s of Cyclists to Tucson Streets Saturday

The event will create rolling road closures around Tucson.

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