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Spotlight Session: The Django Shredders take classic Gypsy jazz to the next level.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How a food bank in Phoenix is offering assistance to as many as 8 families every 90 seconds.

“'Rona needs to stay away!”: How a single mother stays resilient.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Free meals for our community; and an interview with César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández, author of "Migrating to Prison: America's Obsession with Locking Up Immigrants".

Funeral home adapts, scales back ceremonies amid COVID-19 outbreak

How the pandemic is changing long-held traditions and rituals.

Tucsonans hear Banner Health's call for homemade masks

The Banner Health Foundation hopes to receive 100,000 "social comfort masks" for employees not working with COVID-19 patients.

Tucson homeless shelter for women adapts services during outbreak

Sister Jose Women's Center has suspended some activities and closed its shelter to new residents but is still providing food.

How Farmers Markets are surviving - and evolving - during the pandemic.

Also on Arizona Spotlight:The Arts Foundation makes emergency relief grants available to local artists; a conversation with food writer & former EMT Jane Stern; and a short story from Aurelie Sheehan.

Remembering Richard Elías

Tucson Mayor Regina Romero calls Elías' death a 'huge loss.'

Painting studio moves online as COVID-19 forces businesses to close or evolve

The 8-year-old Creative Juice is offering free classes on Facebook, as many businesses adapt to closures and distancing measures.

Spotlight Session: John Coinman

Also on Arizona Spotlight: how to build community resilience in the midst of the crisis.

What "The Decameron", a Medieval Italian masterpiece, can tell us about life during a pandemic.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Why a Tucsonan named Taylor chose to get involved in the conflict in Syria; and Frank Figliuzzi speaks on putting Taylor's story in context with U.S. foreign policy.

Border residents brace for change with approach of closure to nonessential travel

Both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border in Douglas were left wondering what comes next as the Friday night restriction neared.

As gigs get canceled, fundraiser aims to help keep Tucson musicians afloat

Performers are losing income as the city's venues cancel events or go dark to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.

"Secondhand: Travels in the New Global Garage Sale"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Adiba Nelson shares an open love letter to all women, everywhere; and how UA scientists are understanding climate change through research in the Southern Ocean.

Spotlight Session: Charlie King

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The Tucson Museum of Art celebrates the legacy of Elaine Horwitch.

Route set for Tucson's spring 2020 Cyclovia

The path will include downtown and South Tucson streets.

UA Confucius Institute closing

Political tensions with China impacted the operation of the cultural center.

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