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Gabriel Sullivan and his collaborative music project Taraf de Tucson have started to make some noise around Tucson.

Taraf de Tucson Band Blends Sounds from Border, Peru, Balkans

Banleader says this music could only happen here

Founder of what has become Arizona's biggest community supported farmer's market Annie Duncan, takes us a tour of the market in Green Valley that doesn't just have vegetables, fruits, bread, herbs, live music, and crafts, but also has a friendly atmosphere.

Buying Local in Southern Arizona

Green Valley Farmers Market finds success in mid-week event

Writer Wendy Burk (left) and Alida Wilson-Gunn (right), both staff members of the Borderland Theater discuss Pastorela, which is a controversial show put on each year during the christmas holiday.

Tucson Pastorela Bucks Convention, Becomes Tradition

Borderlands Theater Company's holiday production continues a 15th-century tradition, with a modern Tucson twist

"The Border Project" examines historical and contemporary life in the U.S./Mexico borderlands region by having a celebration with art, performances, films and photography. This project treats Arizona and Sonora as partners with shared histories, dreams and political realities.

Border Project Examines Life on the Edge

UA exhibit explores history, landscape and culture along the U.S.-Mexico border

Tohono Chul Parks exhibit Día de los Muertos show cases a versatile array of art works created by regional artists paying homage to this observance.

Cross-Border Pollination of a Cultural Tradition

Tohono Chul Dia de los Muertos exhibit offers eclectic interpretations inspired by Mexican holiday

Demion Clinco, the president of the Tucson Preservation Foundation joins us to talk about interesting architecture in both cities of Nogales on the US-Mexico border.

History Moment: Nogales Modernism

Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Mexico share culture, history and architecture

Arizona Between Nosotros: new works created by Mexican artists in response to current state events; presented in Phoenix, Tucson and Nogales, Sonora during summer 2011

Arizona Between Nosotros: Artists from Mexico

A response in video and performance to political events

Fronteras Desk reporter Michel Marizco speaks with border historian Rebecca Orozco about the politics of the U.S.-Mexico border and how history often repeats itself.

Nothing New Along the Border

Border scholar discusses the long history of border violence, tension and questions about protection

Rocky Times in Rocky Point?

Business owners insist the popular beach town is safe, but some victims of violence say otherwise

Kimberly Craft interviews Tony Gallegos and Luis Carlos Davis, the two filmmakers behind "389 Miles", a documentary on the Arizona-Sonora border.

389 Miles: "Living the Border"

Local director documents both sides of the fence

The "Borderlandia: Cultural Topographies" exhibit at the Tucson Museum of Art explores some of the unique themes of U.S./Mexico interactions.

Artists Merge Cultures in Borderlandia

U.S./Mexico border deconstructed through glass and mixed media exhibit at Tucson Museum of Art

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is on display this month at the Arizona State Museum. Although the treaty is more than 170 years old, it's considered a living document because it continues to shape people's lives in very concrete ways, particularly their relationship to natural resources such as water and grazing.

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Goes On Tour

Key parts of the historic document that purchased much of the West from Mexico are on display in Tucson during February

A Gift of Angels: The Art of Mission San Xavier del Bac

New Book Reveals Hidden Details of Artistic Treasures

How Brown Am I dolls

SB 1070 Interpreted Through Art

Local artists claim a voice on issues of self-identity and immigration

Serendipity of Place and Sound

Brian Lopez, a Tucson musician, has developed a sound defined by culture and friendships.

El Dorado Restaurant in the City of South Tucson

South Tucson

It took a broken sewer line along South Sixth Avenue to unite the citizens of the City of South Tucson.

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