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Grief and anxiety caused by the disconnection to the natural world. (8:10)

Episode 808

The King of Sting, Pandemic Pets, Catalina State Park, The Wormhole

Butterfly Explosion

Visit Tanque Verde with two of Tucson’s most enthusiastic entomologists to search for different butterflies.

Episode 807

An Unequivocal Truth, Solastalgia, Power Connectors, Butterfly Explosion

An Unequivocal Truth

Climate change is personal to Arizona residents, and few know this better than UA climate scientist, Jessica Tierney.

Episode 806

Alley Art Gallery, Body of Work: Nicole Miller; Pole Dancing in Tucson

Pole Dancing in Tucson

Tucson has become an unexpected hotbed for the pole dancing industry, boasting a variety of studios teaching different styles.

Making of the James Webb Space Telescope

In December of 2021, NASA will launch the most ambitious telescope ever made into space.

Episode 805

Making of the James Webb Telescope, Herbarium, Carlos, All Souls Procession

Episode 804

The Show Goes On, Settling in Flagstaff, Favorite Places: Armory Park

Episode 803

An Unnatural River, William "Curly" and Annie Neal

Clara Lee's Cats

Clara Lee Arnold feels connected to cats in a deep way and has dedicated her life to helping them. Join her as she attempts to make Tucson a better place, one cat at a time.

Episode 802

Coach Adia Barnes on Motherhood, Clara Lee's Cats, Roman Goes to College

Episode 801

We Belong Here Too, 4x4, Seeing In The Future, Fadi Iskandar

Settling in Flagstaff

The story of the first Chinese-American family to reside in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Coach Adia Barnes on Motherhood

The University of Arizona Women’s Basketball coach on balancing family, being a role model for her players, and normalizing what it means to be a mom.

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