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Tales of Tucson: Dillinger's Last Love

A story about something that might have happened in Tucson more than 80 years ago, and kept secret ever since...

Arizona's Scenic Contribution to Movie, Television History

New book explores how Southern Arizona's landscapes became iconic representations of the American West.

The memorable final shot from the 1957 drive-in favorite "The Giant Claw"

Tucson Drive-In History

Film writer Chris Dashiell takes a fond look back at the golden age of the Old Pueblo's outdoor movie theaters

Bill Ganz, singer and songwriter, plays a song to demonstrate the Western music traditions that are being celebrated during the 2013 Cowboy Music & Western Art show in Tucson.

The Old West: Where Sun Never Sets

Weekend festival celebrates music, art, lifestyle

Some Hope During Immeasurable Grief

Children's Memorial Parks provide comfort, solace and memories

Working for Equal Rights

Tucson group tries to raise awaress, education and opportunity for often-marginalized residents

Memphis Belle Lands in Tucson

A movie star aircraft is in Tucson to help educate people about World War Two.

Larry Dane Brimmer's latest book Black & White, discusses American history as it happened during the Civil Rights Era.

Facts About Civil Rights Era for Young Readers

Author Larry Dane Brimner discusses why he chooses challenges

9/19/12. Rebecca Brukman.

Tucson's Movie Theater History

Chris Dashiell looks back at the theaters that once thrilled Tucson audiences, from The Fox and The Rialto to memories of The Opera House and The Lyric.

Ancient Signs of Intelligent Life

Visit some petroglyph sites in the Tucson Mountains with guide Allen Dart, the executive director of The Old Pueblo Archaeology Center.

Co-founder of the Planetary Science Institute, William K. Hartmann, discusses the 50th anniversary of John Glenn's orbit of earth.

Tucson Scientist Remembers First Earth Orbit

50 years ago, astronaut John Glenn was first American to rocket around globe

Historian and University of Arizona Mexican American Studies Professor Lydia Otero, talks on the past and present time of Tucson's multicultural development through the city's centennial existence referring to her novel, "La Calle" and the permanent photo exhibit in the Joel Valdez library in downtown Tucson.

Centennial Inspires Book on History of a Tucson Barrio

Book and exhibit commemorate community impacted by urban renewal project

Arizona 100: A Celebration Through the Lens of Time

Find out about a cross-college collaboration between U of A arts and sciences that honors a century of Arizona statehood.

The Mayans, some of whom lived here in Guatemala in pre-Columbian times, didn't predict world's end in 2012, UA professor says.

Did Mayans Say World Will End in 2012?

UA anthropologist calls the controversial idea 'bogus'

The Peace Corps is celebrating 50 years of service and Jack Vaughn, the second director of the organization, says there have been many changes around the globe during that time. We visit him at his home in anticipation of the 50th anniversary.

Peace Corps Pioneer Recalls Agency's Origins

Early director says many doubted the viability of the program

Committee member, Nina Bell Allen-Langley (left) and Reverend John Kitagawa (right) of the St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church tell us about the church's 75th Anniversary that will be on Christmas Eve.

Church Celebrates Doubly On Christmas Eve

Tucson's St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church to commemorate its 75th anniversary

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