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Saturday Matinees at the Fox Theatre
The Fox is celebrating its own history by bringing back classic movie serials and cartoons on Saturdays. Kimberly Craft goes to the movies to tell us more.
I-10 Construction Nears Completion
Laura Markowitz explores the ingenuity that has gone into the biggest transportation construction project in Arizona history - the widening of I-10.
VOICES: Community Stories Past & Present Inc.
Hear the thoughts of Felix Valencia, as he prepares to leave the reservation where he lives to attend his first year of college.
As part of our BLUEPRINT TUCSON series, Tony Paniagua looks at a study showing millions of Americans would be better off economically if they lived closer to where they worked.
Mark McLemore talks with Ray Suarez, senior correspondent for The NewsHour, and a driving force behind the BLUEPRINT AMERICA project. Suarez will be at the UA May 26th.
As part of our continuing BLUEPRINT AMERICA coverage, Christopher Conover introduces us to a team of University of Arizona students in a competition to build the best solar house in the world.
VOICES: Community Stories
VOICES: Community Stories Past & Present Inc. is a non-profit group that helps Tucson youth share their stories with the world. Hear the first in a new series of Voices essays.
Flowing Wells Activist
Ellie Towne takes Laura Markowitz on a tour of the Flowing Wells Revitalization Area and discusses how her crime-and-drug-ridden neighborhood was transformed into an "All-American City"
The City of Tucson recently held a "Living Library" event for employees and others. Laura Markowitz describes how this innovative project is helping Tucsonans embrace diversity.
City Manager Fired
Christopher Conover looks at this week's firing of Tucson City Manager Mike Hein and hear a commentary on the subject from Jim Nintzel of the "Tucson Weekly."
A Tucson couple is building the first "Earthship" in Pima County. Claudine LoMonaco reports on the eco-friendly houses built from natural and recycled materials (mostly tires).
Two humanitarians talk to each other during a story recorded in Tucson.
Who's using it and how does it benefit the local economy? Laura Markowitz reports.
Dan Duncan Commentary
United Way Senior V.P.
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