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Rebecca Barten and David Sherman, co-founder's of Exploded View, a storefront microcinema and arts space, discuss their aim to provide a flexible space of operation that may be re-configured to encourage experimental, innovative and challenging projects.

Microcinema Venue Aims to Use Films as Live Art Mediums

Exploded View in downtown Tucson provides flexible art space that supports experimental, innovative projects in interactive way.

Man looks at pieces of art on display in a mobile art gallery.

Mobile Gallery Hops Into Downtown Art Scene

Planet Rabbit features one-night shows in unexpected public spaces, bringing artwork to people on the streets.

Annual Concert Advocates for Civility After Jan. 8 Tragedy

Sergio Mendoza Y La Orkesta headlining event at Club Congress, which promotes community respect.

Martin Luther Kink, jr

Tucsonans Prepare to Honor MLK Legacy by Serving Community

On Jan. 20 various local nonprofits will set up service projects to commemorate civil rights leader in national holiday.

Montessori kids

PHX Council OKs FBI, Child Exploitation Group Funds

Members voted unanimously to approve collaboration between bureau, task force on a $65K-a-year project to end sex trafficking.

Literacy Grant to Help Families in Sunnyside School District

Close to half a million from Helios Education Foundation to fund three-year Literacy Connects project.

A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle on the American side of the border fence in Nogales, Ariz.

Border Patrol Violates Rights at Checkpoints, ACLU Claims

It files complaint over incidents of what it calls illegal questioning, searches at Southern AZ checkpoints.

Arizona Capitol Dome

Brewer Run Could Change Gubernatorial Field

If she seeks another term, one now in race may exit, another likely to file legal challenge under term limits.

A chart showing the new Arizona campaign finance limits.

AZ Political Campaign Donations Limit Significantly Increasing

Law approved by Gov. Brewer last year; a person can now give a candidate total of $4,000.

AZ Foundation for Women CEO Pushes Others to Become Leaders

Former Flagstaff Mayor Sara Presler says though leadership roles vary, "You have been called to lead."

Michael McDonald, the new CEO of the Southern Arizona Community Food Bank, discusses the changes that are going to be coming to the bank.

New Food Bank CEO Focuses on Broad Food Availability Issues

Michael McDonald started in early Jan. after years at Habitat for Humanity; says they need to provide more than just food.

CARE Team Helps Remove About 400 Kids from Abusive Homes

Cases identified after looking into AZ CPS, 6,500 un-investigated child abuse reports; special team created by Brewer to oversee situation in December.

Gov. Jan Brewer.

Brewer Says She is Considering Another Term

Others say she is termed out under Constitution; she says legal experts tell her otherwise; will decide in a month.

CPS Update: Nearly 6,000 Un-Investigated Cases Assigned

CARE team, created by Brewer back in December, provides latest update on 6,500 ignored child abuse reports.

AZ Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Cut Public Employee Pension

Republican state Rep. John Kavanagh would like to see increases in contributions if systems badly funded instead.

No Plea Deal for Couple Who Imprisoned 3 Girls in House

Fernando Richter, wife Sophia Ritcher appeared in court Tuesday; accused of keeping woman's daughters locked in own home for months.

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