More Arizona Illustrated S7 Stories


A first-of-its-kind exhibition showcasing the diversity of art being created in Southern Arizona. (9:24)

Arizona READI

Bringing immediate lifesaving telemedicine access to remote areas of rural southern Arizona. (8:11)

Episode 727

Barrio Restoration, Arizona READI, Art Brown (28:00)

Understanding the Bighorn Fire Encore Special

The Bighorn Fire burned in the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson for 48-days over the summer destroying nearly 120,000 acres. (29:30)

Restoring the Native Flora

Spadefoot Nursery strives to be a safe and inclusive space for flora, fauna, and human alike. (6:01)

Pia Camil: Three Works

The artist Pia Camil's exhibition “Three Works” is on display at MOCA until September 2021. (6:38)

Episode 725

Restoring the native flora, Pia Camil: Three Works, and a last look at OSIRIS-REx: Touch-And-Go. (28:00)

The Golden Rule

Arizona claims a rich agricultural tradition that continues to this day, we went to southeast Arizona to visit a farm with a rich history of its own. (8:50)

The Rise of Substance Abuse

Substance abuse of all kinds has greatly increased during COVID 19. (8:39)

Episode 724

The Golden Rule Dairy; The Rise of Substance Abuse; and a tour of a Tiny Home. (28:00)

Episode 723

Indigenous communities fight against border wall construction; Artist Karlito Espinosa; A day in the life of a Farrier (28:00)

Flower Bomb at the Rialto

Turning flowers into beautiful and temporary work of art. (3:38)

Mirrors for Magellan

The University of Arizona is fabricating seven massive mirrors for the Giant Magellan Telescope. (7:31)

Tucson Cancer Conquerors

A local group strives to educate, inspire, and encourage people both during and after cancer diagnosis and treatment. (7:05)

Arizona Illustrated: Stories of the Past

Eleanor Roosevelt's granddaughter; Dunbar School memories; a photographic window in time; and traffic control ‘eighties style’. (28:00)

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