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Separated by Deployment, Couple Finds Refuge in Tucson

A Dímelo story from the El Rio mailbox: 'Nothing same any more when he left.'

One Artist Creates "Army" of Tucsonans

Rudy Flores 3d scans and prints community members.

Why is This Man Running from Tucson to Phoenix?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: County elections start taking shape; author tells grandfather's amazing story; and Tucson's replica cultural army.

Stories from Tucson's South Side: What Makes a Place Your Favorite?

A Dímelo reporter takes an assignment in a place she knows well– her own neighborhood.

Mural Project Brings Downtown Tucson Buildings to Life

Artists will complete work early next month as part of beautification program.

Growing up in Tucson's 'Bermuda Triangle'

Dímelo asks: What is it like to return to a place that still feels familiar, but has changed a whole lot?

Music Without Borders

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A Tucson couple celebrates their 80th anniversary; A Book I Love, and a look at a Tucson neighborhood through the eyes of a lifelong resident.

Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" Saturday, May 14

Lyric Opera of Chicago returns to Classical 90.5

In Search of the Best 'Home Slice' at Tucson Pie Party

Dímelo producer Sophia Paliza-Carre finds out what it takes to make a desert taste like Tucson

Charity Event Sunday Brings Out Tucson's Sweeter Side

13th Annual Pie Party will benefit several nonprofits, provide treats.

Brassy, Sassy Mariachi Music Pervades Tucson Culture

Mexican sound made popular by International Conference, in its 35th year.

Mud, Straw, Sweat: Traditional Adobe Builds the Future

Adobe as building material is back, focus of native cultural development group.

David Cross: Staying Busy from Stage to Screen

Also on Arizona Spoitlight: Charles Mingus Celebrated in Nogales; Update on Budget Dealmaking; Building Tucson with Mud, Straw & Sweat.

Bisbee Artist's Bedazzled 'Hillcar' Rolls into New York for Primary

"I have the opportunity to make my voice heard not only as a Hillary Clinton supporter, but also as an artist who lives on the border."

Mexican Director's 'The Thin Yellow Line' Debuts in Tucson

Interview with Celso Garcia, review of his tale of men assigned to dangerous job.

A Holocaust History for Tucson; and SACASA's Mission During Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Chris Dashiell reviews "The Thin Yellow Line"; and a woman realizes her Japanese garden dreams in Tucson.

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