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We take a look at the meteorites Geoff Notkin has on display during the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.

"Meteorite Man" Talks Dynamic Gem Show Brings to Tucson

"Tucsonans may not be fully aware of this amazing phenomenon," says Geoff Notkin, co-cost of science channel program.

Arts in Pima County Mean More Than $80M to Local Economy

Direct spending higher than Maricopa, national average, according to studies measuring financial impact of arts and culture

Art can create a sense of cultural and civic belonging, and can animate and engage community spaces like nothing else can.

'Creative Placemaking' Helping Define Urban Core

Tucson artists hope downtown is not only a destination venue, but a place of 'belonging.'

People eating at Cafe Desta a cafe owned and managed by refugees.

Ethiopian Restaurant Seeks to Empower Refugees

Collective business model as path to ownership way for new residents to invest in community.

A new culinary arts magazine seeks to establish itself in southern Arizona.

New Magazine Seeks to Highlight Regional Food Traditions

'Edible Baja Arizona' is about 'how food and culture intersect,' editor/publisher says.

Shelli Hall, director of the Tucson Film Office, talks about the disadvantages of Arizona not providing tax incentives to the film industry.

Big Budget Film Production Incentives Remain Elusive

Inadequate tax incentives attract smaller productions, film office director says

Brent DeRaad is the new CEO of the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau, and he talks about his vision for the Bureau and some of the programs he would like to implement as part of his new leadership.

New Leadership Brings New Ideas to Convention and Visitors Bureau

Recently hired president and CEO lays out plans for promoting Tucson

Tucson Rodeo Committee Chairman, Bill Schurg (left), and Rodeo Cowboy, Joe Parsons (right), discuss the upcoming 2012 rodeo.

Kicking up a Historic Cowboy Celebration

Annual Fiesta de los Vaqueros rodeo in Tucson celebrates 87th year

Historian and University of Arizona Mexican American Studies Professor Lydia Otero, talks on the past and present time of Tucson's multicultural development through the city's centennial existence referring to her novel, "La Calle" and the permanent photo exhibit in the Joel Valdez library in downtown Tucson.

Centennial Inspires Book on History of a Tucson Barrio

Book and exhibit commemorate community impacted by urban renewal project

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

President of the Independent Film Association of Southern Arizona, Rosie Zwadek (left) and Actor and Film Prouducer Eric Schumacher (right), talk about how they want to bring some of the film industry into Arizona.

Partnership Aims to Restore Tucson's Movie Magic

Industry professionals hope to bring more film production business to Southern Arizona

Ann Reed (left) an organizer of Tucson Marathon and Kristin Morris (right) a volunteer and former marathon runner talk about the Tucson Marathon.

Making Marathon Dreams Come True

Annual Tucson Marathon gives thousands an opportunity to tackle a famous challenge.

Executive Director of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, Bill Carnegie, talks to us about the lack of money for food that will be able to be distributed in holiday food boxes for the first time in 35 years.

Food Bank Cancels Holiday Box Distribution

Demand more than doubles over 4 years; agency can't keep up

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

PRO Neighborhoods offers annual grants from $500 to $5,000. But it's not only about funding - the group also teaches people how to organize a community, how to increase involvement and how to start a project.

Nonprofit Provides Funding for Grass-Roots Projects

PRO Neighborhoods tackles graffiti, youth involvement, beautification

Kimberly Craft talks with Mary Siegwol, Publisher of The Desert Leaf, and Dan Schearer, Editor of the Green Valley News.

Print Tackles Tough Times

Local newspapers adopt new strategies for survival during print media's decline - an Arizona Illustrated studio follow-up to "Surviving in a Crowded Media World"

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