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Water Is Rising, But Not in Our Desert

Tucson receives visitors from halfway around the world, where there's too much water

Department Head of Gender and Women's Studies at UA, Caryl Finn (left) and Hispanic Alumni President, Diane Castro (right) tell us about their cooperative effort on a fundraising event for a tribute to Hispanic Women.

Plaza to Celebrate Contributions of Hispanic Women

Cooperative effort brings "Tributo a la Mujer Hispana" to University of Arizona campus

ArtWorks is a local, grass-roots program that provides all-day art classes for adults with developmental disabilities. They are currently celebrating their 23rd year of using art as a way to bridge the communication gap with one of our nation's most overlooked - and under-served - populations.

For Developmentally Disabled, ArtWorks Offers Avenue for Exploration

For 23 years, grassroots arts program has given developmentally disabled adults a creative voice

Since 1974, Benson's Singing Wind Bookstore has lured students of the Southwest well off the beaten path.

Web Feature: A Bookstore at the End of the World

On a remote ranch outside Benson, a librarian tends a unique collection—and a devoted following

Alex Salazar interviews  Celestino Fernandez (right) - Ph.D., director of undergraduate studies, UA dept. of sociol and Mia Hansen (left) - executive director of Tucson Meet Yourself about Tucson Meet Yourself and their upcoming events.

Tucson Meet Yourself Continues to Expand

In its 38th year, festival's focus and attendance continue to change and grow

We speak to a few members of the Western Photographic Historical Society, vice president and treasurer Martin Keschull (left), and board member, Mark Sawyer (right), about the organization, the cameras and it's mission.

Look Through the Lens at Photography Society

Tucson nonprofit promotes all things photographic, including students

Comic book superheroes of Tucson, Justice League Arizona, visit the children's ward of local hospital as a part of a goodwill mission.

Truth, Justice, and -- Hey, Is That Supergirl??

The Justice League Arizona uses their capes to draw attention to worthy causes

In the mid 1920's, people of Tucson discovered a number of artifacts that scientists claimed to be trailing back to 700 A.D.. Later investigations of these items showed the original stories were false.

History Moment: The Tucson Artifacts

A treasure trove of ancient culture, or a case of 1920s flimflam?

Tucson's Miracle Mile Monterey Court is being "reborn" as a art gallery/studio space complete with cafe, and music venue.

New Lease on Life for Monterey Motor Court

Business along historic Miracle Mile being reborn as gallery, studios, cafe, performance space

We speak to the 10th 2011 LUMIE award winner, Lisa Lovallo from Cox Communications who won an award for "Large Business."

Lumie No. 10: Cox Communications Supports the Arts

Arts Council honors 'large business parter' for its community arts work

How Technology is Changing the Public Library

The Pima County Public Library relies more on digital media every day, but what does that mean for the future of paper books?

The School of Art Faculty Exhibition showcase paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography and more and the exhibitions goal is to open our doors as a forum for dialogue on the value of art.

Art Professors Show Their Colors

University of Arizona School of Art Faculty Exhibition offers glimpse of teachers' diverse talents

We speak to a couple of artists who are also professors at the University of Arizona about their work and art education.

When Teachers Show and Tell

The School of Art Faculty Exhibition showcases art faculty's artwork

In the urban core of Tucson, you will see historical architectures such as homes, buildings and featured in tonights episode, iron street lights.

History Moment: Tucson Iron Works

The industrial infrastructure of the city has endured as a reminder of the past

President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, Demion Clinco tells us about Native Americans that farmed at the base of "A Mountain" thousands of years ago.

History Moment: Mission Garden

Tucson area which used to have year-round water has been inhabited for centuries.

American elders, adults and children in Tucson respond to Vietnamese children's paintings on war and peace with their poems and writings.

Speaking Peace Through Art

Local refugees write poetry inspired by paintings by Vietnamese children

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