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O'odham Dances: 'This Is The Way We Begin and End Things'

A creative collaboration combining film, poetry and Southwestern flavor debuts Tuesday in Tucson.

Maria Bamford Brightens Up Tucson

Also on Arizona Spotlight: History & music combine at Mission San Xavier del Bac; an Air Force officer deploys, leaving his family behind.

Outdoor Film Series Moves to Tucson Museum of Art

Displacement for a second time is 'good' problem for downtown, founder says.

The Otherworldly Eye of Lex Gjurasic

The colors and textures of the Sonoran Desert have taken root and blossomed the Seattle transplant's work.

Support for Islamic Center 'Tremendous' Following Vandalism

More than $20,000 already raised to upgrade the center's security.

MOCA's Jocko Weyland: 'If You Stay Busy You Have No Time to be Unhappy'

Also, a legislative update; Adiba Nelson talks about motherhood challenges and the language of love; and Something Something Theatre presents 'Dov & Ali.'

Developer Breaking Ground for Mercado San Agustin Annex

The locally owned businesses will be housed in the west-side annex in repurposed shipping containers.

Art Tour Celebrates Silver Anniversary in Oracle

Event, in its 25th year, showcases artists and contributes to the local economy.

Trio of Midtown Markets Serve Up Goods and Foods With International Flair

Variety attracts customers from around the world.

Project Would Give Native Americans Voice in Films about Them

Educational films about tribes shown to school children in last century, absent tribal voices.

Around the World in 80 Steps

Also on Arizona Spotlight: TUSD appoints interim superintendent; coping in the classroom; and using kitten care as therapy for memory loss.

Tucson Symphony Promotes CEO from Within

Thomas McKinney joined the orchestra in 2015 as VP of development.

US Poet Laureate Explores Positive Poetics with Tucson Students

A performance from Juan Felipe Herrera at Davis Bilingual; and a special message in Spanish from the poet.

Street Fair Brings Visitors, Closes Streets in Midtown This Weekend

Event draws nearly 300,000 people to the shopping district twice each year.

Wildcat Fever: Police Want Revelry, Not Rowdiness

Tournament game aftermaths have brought rioting, destruction in the past.

Festival Aims for Nuanced Representation of Mexican Cinema

Tucson Cine Mexico is in its 14th edition, the longest-running festival of its kind in the US.

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