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Molly Kincaid said as a native of Tennessee, the Pie Party reminds her of home, and it is a good chance to contribute to organizations in the community.

Charity Event Sunday Brings Out Tucson's Sweeter Side

13th Annual Pie Party will benefit several nonprofits, provide treats.

Mud, Straw, Sweat: Traditional Adobe Builds the Future

Adobe as building material is back, focus of native cultural development group.

Director Celso Garcia

Mexican Director's 'The Thin Yellow Line' Debuts in Tucson

Interview with Celso Garcia, review of his tale of men assigned to dangerous job.

A video wall display planned for the Holocaust History Center in 2016.

A History of the Holocaust for the Tucson Community

New center honors victims and survivors, and explores the social and political legacy of the 20th Century's greatest tragedy.

The cast of "Finding Nemo" in Navajo, including: Elbert Jumbo, Natalie Benally, Gianna and Boddie Harvey.

Finding Navajo: Movie Helps Kids Preserve Native Tongue

'Finding Nemo' in Navajo is one way nation works to preserve heritage.

Author: Right to Vote Still One of the Most Contested

Ari Berman will discuss 'Give Us the Ballot' at Tucson Festival of Books.

Cumbia Corridos Make Heroes Out of Everyday Tucsonans

Vox Urbana writes music and lyrics to evoke experiences of immigration to the U.S.

Praise Zenenga, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Africana Studies Program at the University of Arizona

Tucson's African Community Celebrates Black History

UA Professor has seen "significant growth and development" in Tucson's black community

Volunteers at the Postal History Foundation.

Postal History in Tucson: Letter That Fell Into the Sea

Central Tucson is home to 100-plus-year-old post office, countless stamps.

A new memorial, quietly erected in the days before the tragedy's anniversary, marks the place where six died and 13 more were wounded.

Tucsonans Remember Jan 8, 2011 and Move 'Beyond'

Weekend events aim to be more than sad reminder, allowing community to come together.

Tucson Religious Leaders Unite to Defend Muslim Community

Catholic bishop, rabbi, Muslim leader: Similarities far outweigh differences.

A night of music, dancing and stars.

A Faraway Desert: Waila Music Solidifies Roots

What does tradition mean to those attending the Waila Festival?

Making Music From the Ground Up at the Saint Cecilia Studios

A year after opening, Tucson's newest recording studio brings new sounds downtown.

Jennifer Gunlock, Urban Interface

Wildfire Season Rages on at University Museum of Art

'Fires of Change' exhibit explores fire as necessary and rejuvenating force.

After 30 Years, Fate of Stolen UA Painting Remains a Mystery

Willem de Kooning's Woman Ochre, sliced out of its frame, may be worth up to $160 million.

Graffiti Art at State Museum Shows Evolving Culture

Native nations are not "frozen in the past" and youth create modern art to prove it.

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