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Museum Series Supports Emerging Native American Artists

Pairs emerging artists with experienced potters and basket weavers from all over the Southwest.

Honoring Dunbar School's Past, Reshaping its Future

Groups have plans for former segregated Tucson school buildings.

Following Outpouring of Support, Edible Baja Will be Back, Publisher Says

Biggers would like to continue a print edition, though he's open to passing the business on to someone else.

Grants Recognize Southern Arizona's Cultural Vitality

Thirty-one non-profits receive grants from the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona.

Show Features Art as Freedom from Confinement

UA Honors College blends words, movement and visual performance to celebrate life "Unbarred."

Children's Book Author Todd Parr Coming to Tucson

Adults may not know who Parr is, but millions of young readers around the world consider him a literary superstar.

Tucsonans Join Forces to Help Puerto Rico

Fundraiser hopes to provide needed cash to the island.

Anniversary Celebration Brings Marching Band's Past and Present In Step

Catalina Foothills High School reunites current and former band members for its 25th year.

Food Fiesta Showcases Treats from the Sonoran Desert

Event includes harvesting and cooking demonstrations, mesquite pod milling.

Flowing Wells Library to Expand Footprint, Services

The branch closes on Saturday, Sept. 30 for what is expected to be a year-long renovation project.

State Park Benefits from Summer Monsoon

Rain adds welcome water to the popular destination.

Tucson Turns 242, Though Some Put Age at 4,000

Community celebration to include native foods, cannon fire on the presidio grounds.

Episode 151: Confronting Racism in Tucson After Charlottesville

Also, rediscovering "Woman-Ochre, conversing with an 'umbraphile,' and memorializing lives taken by Mexico's drug violence.

Pima County Wants Major League Baseball Back

Letter to MLB's Milwaukee Brewers pushes Kino Stadium for 2018 spring training.

Man Who Found Stolen Masterpiece Tells His Tale in Tucson

Willem de Kooning's Woman-Ochre found behind the door of a bedroom in a Silver City ranch house.

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.

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