Arizona Public Media
Schedules
AZPM on Facebook AZPM on Twitter AZPM on YouTube AZPM on Google+ AZPM on Instagram

All Stories

Susie Weaver, member of the Tucson Quilters Guild, discusses quilting in our state and how the craft creates a sense of community among the people who participate.

Quilters Patch Together New Community While Preserving Tradition

Quilt show, exhibition highlight quilting's colorful history, vibrant present

Martin Luther Kink, jr

AZ Illustrated: MLK Day, Monday, Jan. 16, 2012

MLK Day of Service grant for Tucson's Nonviolent Legacy Project

Arizona Early Music Society President, Bette Arnett (center) and Treasurer, Jeffri Sanders (right) discuss the AEMS and its upcoming events.

Tunes From A Time Gone By

For fans of music, a local group wants you to think back

Copper at the Crossroads Part 4: Some Thrived, Some Died

A look at the colorful history of Arizona's copper mining towns

Clogging Instructor, Duane Steele (left), and Vice-President of Square and Round Dance Association of Southern Arizona, Ron Sandefur (right), talk about the Southern Arizona Clogging Dance Festival.

Tucson Dancers Give U.S. Folk Traditions a Whirl

Dance festivals bring clogging, square dancing to Southern Arizona

Tucson Unified Ends Mexican American Studies

Under threat of lost funding, program ends immediately

Copper at the Crossroads Part 1: The Miracle Metal

Series starts with a look at copper's past and present and how it came to be an economic driver in Arizona

John Maggio's documentary film "Billy the Kid" will debut on the PBS series American Experience on Tuesday, January 10th on PBS-HD Channel 6.

Billy the Kid

Filmmaker John Maggio talks about his new documentary on one of the Old West's most famous outlaws, airing on the PBS series American Experience January 10th.

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 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'

'Some Thrived, Some Died'

New book chronicles the history of Arizona mining towns past and present.

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

Deputy Director Belle Starr and Executive Director Bill McDorman both from the Native Seeds/SEARCH organization show us various seeds collected from tribes and tell us about their developments such as their Native Seed Library that will launch January 15th, 2012.

New Crop Growth with Ancient Seeds

Experts look to past for healthier, sustainable food future

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

John Martin Meek, author of the book "The Other Pearl Harbor: The Army Air Corps & its Heroes on Dec 7, 1941".

New Pearl Harbor History Made Available

On 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack, local author provides new details

The stagecoach that runs at Old Tucson Studios recaptures some of the flavor of what travel was like on the frontier of the late 1800's.

New Construction at Old Tucson

The addition of an authentic Tohono O'odham settlement to the town at Old Tucson brings a new dimension to its depiction of frontier life.

Selected Categories

145 – 160 of 353

collection categories

click any filter to remove it

[History]