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Kerstin Block, the co-owner and president of Buffalo Exchange talks about this years Lumie award win in the Large Business Partner category.

Buffalo Exchange Wins Lumie

Tucson-grown company honored for benefiting arts community

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

Artistic Director Morrighan Clinco (center) and DJ and Project Collaborator Carl Hanni (right) talk about their events that will be held at the Monterey Court Motel on January 28th and 29th and also share a performance with two of their musicians.

Old Motel Gets New Beginning

After years of neglect, Tucson's Monterey Court to become an arts and cultural destination

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

CEO & President of the Downtown Tucson Partnership Michael Keith, Downtown Business Owner, Kade Mislinski, and Interior Architecture Miguel Fuentevilla talk about the development of downtown Tucson and future businesses that will be opening.

2012 Ushers in New Downtown Developments

Modern streetcar to motivate change in downtown Tucson, business and community leaders say

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

The UA, in collaboration with Pima County, plans to develop the Roy Place Building.

UA Makes Move to Downtown

Historic Roy Place Building to serve as "urban laboratory"

Web Feature: The Horseshoe Whisperer

At the Tucson School of Horseshoeing, George Goode preaches the gospel of proper horse care

Carlos Lozano from the Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission joins Kimberly Craft to talk about the protection of Tucson's historic signs.

Revising the Sign Code

Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission works to restore Tucson's neon legacy

Web Feature: A Labor of Love

An entrepreneur devotes the last years of his life to a Tucson Mountains outpost

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"

Afghanistan is a country that frequently shares the rotation in the news cycles of our media. Now, one local family from the embattled country hopes people will take time to appreciate the culinary contributions they bring to the Old Pueblo. Luis CArrion brings us this look at at the Middle Eastern enclave created by a couple dedicated to their culture.

Afghan Cuisine in the Old Pueblo

A local family offers Tucson a taste of embattled Afghanistan's food and culture

One former illegal tagger is exploring alternatives to the city's ongoing graffiti abatement program.

Tackling Tucson's Graffiti

Local artist thinks legal walls might help curb illegal tagging

Colorful neon signs once played a major role in Tucson's urban landscape. Now several groups have come together in hopes of preserving these historic pieces of neon art.

Tucson Neon Signs Historic Preservation Dilemma

Citizens work to keep the city's iconic signs shining

Johnny Gibson, noted Tucson barber

Tucson Loses a Bit of History

For more than 50 years, Johnny Gibson made sure the men and boys of Tucson looked good.

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