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Colorful neon signs once played a major role in Tucson's urban landscape. Now several groups have come together in hopes of preserving these historic pieces of neon art.

Tucson Neon Signs Historic Preservation Dilemma

Citizens work to keep the city's iconic signs shining

A Gift of Angels: The Art of Mission San Xavier del Bac

New Book Reveals Hidden Details of Artistic Treasures

Temple Emanu-El Celebrates Completion of New Torah

Arizona's pioneering Jewish congregation marks the milestone with a public ceremony

Kate Kenski Obama Victory

The Obama Victory

The real story behind President Obama's win in 2008 as reported by Dr. Kate Kenski, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Arizona.

Downtown Tucson

Tucson's 235th Birthday

A number of events are being held this month, as part of the anniversary of the founding of Tucson, on August 20, 1775, when Hugo O'Connor established the new presidio.

University of Arizona Museum of Art

Pictures of the Floating World:

Life in 19th century Japan as depicted through woodblock prints

Musical Instrument Museum

MIM

New Museum Explores Music Around the World.

General John Wickham

Afghanistan War Update

Former Army Chief of Staff explores question of how long the American public will support ongoing wars in Asia.

Johnny Gibson, noted Tucson barber

Tucson Loses a Bit of History

For more than 50 years, Johnny Gibson made sure the men and boys of Tucson looked good.

Poston Internment Camp

Growing up in a Japanese-American Internment Camp

Hank Oyama, the son of a Mexican-born, Spanish-speaking Japanese woman, relives his experiences in an Arizona internment camp during WWII.

Korea House

Korean Cuisine in the Old Pueblo

Oldest continuously operating Korean Restaurant in Arizona

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