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Tucson Turns 242, Though Some Put Age at 4,000
Community celebration to include native foods, cannon fire on the presidio grounds.
De Kooning Painting Found, More Than 30 Years After Heist
'Woman - Ochre' was stolen from the University of Arizona Museum of Art in 1985, a baffling mystery for police and art historians.
That Time Andy Warhol Tried to Shoot a Western in Tucson...
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Will Tucson voters approve the half cent sales tax increase?; local handyman shares stories of working across America; and a new twist on basket weaving traditions.
Historic Bus to Return to Bisbee for First Time Since '50s
24-passenger bus was a standard feature in the community in the last century.
Frederick Douglass Celebrated Onstage
Also on Arizona Spotlight: The imperilled future of Bears Ears National Monument; and Tucson author Edie Jarolim shares travel adventures in new book.
George Takei's "Allegiance" Has a Message for America
Also on Arizona Spotlight: A Tucson organic farm with a mission; and the harmonious sound of The Reveille Men's Chorus.
Comedian Tig Notaro Has a Great Career Despite Bad Advice
Also on Arizona Spotlight: A veteran's eye witness account of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor; the lasting legacy of uranium mining in the Navajo nation.
Tucson's Historic "Sunshine Mile" Threatened by Redevelopment
Also on Arizona Spotlight: "Feeding Our Future" looks at turning garbage into gardens; Chris Dashiell explores the Hollywood "star system"; and a poetic essay from playwright Robert Beverly.
The Monkees and The Zombies Bring the Spirit of 1966 to Tucson
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Remembering a Tucson woman who flew in WWII; and finding healing on the Arizona Trail.
Native American Portrayals in Film History
Film essayist Chris Dashiell takes a closer look at one of Hollywood's biggest blindspots.
Pascua Yaqui Youth Get Involved
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Native American portrayals in film; profile of Tucson author Ethel Lee Miller; and young love at a long distance.
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.
Century After New Mexico Raid, Pancho Villa Still Controversial
His statue in downtown Tucson draws praise, scorn; was gift of Mexico in 1981.
UA Hosts William Shakespeare's First Folio
Scholar says that without this almost 400 year old book, only half of Shakespeare's plays would be known today.
Tucson Latina finds purpose in politics, and the history of Shakespeare's First Folio.
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Visit the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show with an avid shopper, and Beth Surdut pays attention to her desert neighbors, the coyote.
Arizona Spotlight for February 5, 2016
Research at ASU to better understand concussions; Fort Lowell Day celebrates Tucson history; a woman shares her bi-cultural world on "Dímelo"; "Old Jews Telling Jokes" brings laughter to The Live Theatre Workshop.
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