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Pictures of the Floating World:
Life in 19th century Japan as depicted through woodblock prints
Caught in the Middle on the Border
Border communities are much more dependent on Mexico for their incomes than cities such as Tucson or Phoenix, so proposed boycotts and other actions due to SB 1070 are worring many residents there.
New Museum Explores Music Around the World.
Author Lydia Millet
(from Arizona Spotlight - May 7th, 2010)
Some students at the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind are learning how to be news reporters for their teachers and peers.
D-M Change of Command
Life in the military involves moving every few years, usually that is not accompanied by the full ceremony that the military can muster, unless the move involves a change of command
Prescribed burn in Rincon Mountains
Tucson residents may see smoke rising from the mountain range east of town.
Bodies... The Exhibit: Anatomy Lab for the Masses
Plastination process used for Bodies exhibit is employed by anatomy lab at University of Arizona.
Refugees in Tucson: Lives as Immigrants Contribute to Our Community.
The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives.
Afghanistan War Update
Former Army Chief of Staff explores question of how long the American public will support ongoing wars in Asia.
Serendipity of Place and Sound
Brian Lopez, a Tucson musician, has developed a sound defined by culture and friendships.
Laynie Browne, Poet and Teacher
Mark McLemore talks with poet and teacher Laynie Browne about her latest work, "The Desires of Letters", and what it's like to introduce children to poetry for the first time.
"Treasures of the Queen" - Bisbee Mineral Exhibit
Mark McLemore visits the Flandrau Science Center to tour an exhibition of rare minerals and cultural artifacts from Bisbee's golden age of mining.
Learn about the history of South Tucson and how its citizens are facing today's challenges, in a story from Kimberly Craft.
It took a broken sewer line along South Sixth Avenue to unite the citizens of the City of South Tucson.
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