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Our weekly roundtable with guests Republican Strategist, Jonathan Paton (left), Democratic Strategist, Paul Eckerstrom (center left), and AZPM's Andrea Kelly (center right) discuss the mayoral debate, political boundaries and the Rio Nuevo Board.

Arizona Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Oct. 14, 2011

Jim Nintzel hosts our weekly discussion of local, state, national politics

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Arizona Illustrated: Tucson Mayoral Candidates

In this special issue of Arizona Illustrated, DeCamp, Grinnell, Rothschild discuss the issues for the Nov. 8 election

ArtWorks is a local, grass-roots program that provides all-day art classes for adults with developmental disabilities. They are currently celebrating their 23rd year of using art as a way to bridge the communication gap with one of our nation's most overlooked - and under-served - populations.

For Developmentally Disabled, ArtWorks Offers Avenue for Exploration

For 23 years, grassroots arts program has given developmentally disabled adults a creative voice

We speak to heart specialists Molly Szerlip (left) and Robert Poston (right), who are working on robot-assisted bypass heart surgery at UMC.

Robotic Arms Open New Doors for Heart Patients

Duo of heart specialists are developing robot-assisted bypass surgery at University Medical Center

James Reel interviews Andrew Birgensmith, the new Executive Director of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra as he tells us about TSO's upcoming season.

Tucson "Next Place to Be" for Symphony Director

Andrew Birgensmith, new executive director of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, discusses the symphony's future, plans for partnerships

Alex Salazar interviews  Celestino Fernandez (right) - Ph.D., director of undergraduate studies, UA dept. of sociol and Mia Hansen (left) - executive director of Tucson Meet Yourself about Tucson Meet Yourself and their upcoming events.

Tucson Meet Yourself Continues to Expand

In its 38th year, festival's focus and attendance continue to change and grow

On-location, edited interview with Bill Holmes, chief operating officer of the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. The interview covers the first 100 days of new leadership at the chamber and how it is bringing about change and new services for its membership.

Tucson Chamber Touts Bottom-Line Agenda

New leadership team working to regain business confidence

Caitlin Harrington interviews Monique Vallery (left) SAAF events  coordinator and Ethan Smith-Cox (right) SAAF director of development, on the upcoming aids walk.

HIV Testing a First at Annual AIDSWALK

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation hopes to meet community's need for testing

We speak to a few members of the Western Photographic Historical Society, vice president and treasurer Martin Keschull (left), and board member, Mark Sawyer (right), about the organization, the cameras and it's mission.

Look Through the Lens at Photography Society

Tucson nonprofit promotes all things photographic, including students

Volunteer with National Geographic and the National Park Service, together with Saguaro National Park and the Sonora Desert Museum for the Saguaro National Park project, BioBlitz. The project will be October 21st-22nd.

Inventory of Nature: Counting Cacti, Critters

BioBlitz seeks to document all living things within Saguaro National Park

We speak with superintendent of Saguaro National Park, Darla Sidles (left) and Manzo Elementary counselor, Moses Thompson (right) about the Bio Blitz which aims to count all the living species in the park.

Readying for BioBlitz in Tucson

Saguaro National Park officials prepare to count all creatures great and small

Comic book superheroes of Tucson, Justice League Arizona, visit the children's ward of local hospital as a part of a goodwill mission.

Truth, Justice, and -- Hey, Is That Supergirl??

The Justice League Arizona uses their capes to draw attention to worthy causes

City Campaign Finance Reports Reveal A Healthy Coffer

One Tucson mayoral candidate has more money than everyone else in all the city council and mayor races combined, reports show

U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, still recovering from a bullet wound to the head, congratulates her husband, astronaut and Navy Capt. Mark Kelly, after he is honored by Vice President Joe Biden.

Gabrielle Giffords Attends Husband's Retirement

At the White House ceremony, the recovering Congresswoman honored husband Mark Kelly's service

In the mid 1920's, people of Tucson discovered a number of artifacts that scientists claimed to be trailing back to 700 A.D.. Later investigations of these items showed the original stories were false.

History Moment: The Tucson Artifacts

A treasure trove of ancient culture, or a case of 1920s flimflam?

We interview Green Party candidate for Tucson Mayor, Mary DeCamp as she talks about tackling local issues.

Green Party Mayoral Candidate Wants to Work With Both Major Parties

DeCamp wants to bridge partisan politics on the Tucson City Council

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