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Pantano River Park's Garden of the Children is one of Tucson's commemorative tree parks, where residents can get a tree planted in honor of a friend or family member.

A Growing Commemoration

Friends and family members celebrate life by sponsoring trees.

Exploring Diversity

UA+ looks at how politics and diversity influence one another

Working for Equal Rights

Tucson group tries to raise awaress, education and opportunity for often-marginalized residents

Good Arguments: Recent advances in theory and practice of deliberative democracy

A presentation hosted by the National Institute of Civil Discourse

Audio Postcard: Wildcats Basketball

Hear the sounds from McKale Center during a victorious home game against arch-rivals Arizona State

Memphis Belle Lands in Tucson

A movie star aircraft is in Tucson to help educate people about World War Two.

Teen Actors Explore 'The Secret Garden'

Christian Youth Theater brings Tucson audiences musical adaptation of children's classic

High-Tech Semitrailer Showcases E-Books

Digital Bookmobile will be at the Tucson Festival of Books

Larry Dane Brimmer's latest book Black & White, discusses American history as it happened during the Civil Rights Era.

Facts About Civil Rights Era for Young Readers

Author Larry Dane Brimner discusses why he chooses challenges

"Longmire" premiered on the A&E Network on June 3, 2012, with Robert Taylor in the title role

From Book Pages to the Small Screen

Author Craig Johnson talks about the inspiration for his Sheriff Walt Longmire mystery series.

U.S. Business Fuels Mexican City's Boom

Querétaro is an example of what's working in Mexico, economists say

Naomi Benaron, author, shares her debut novel, Running the Rift, and will be appearing with Craig Johnson, Jonathan Tropper, and Tom Zoellner at the Tucson Chapter of the Brandeis National Committee's 17th Annual Book & Author Luncheon on March 6th and 7th.

Tucson Author Draws Inspiration from Africa

Naomi Benaron discusses 'Running the Rift,' novel about a Tutsi boy

Risk of Implied Security Arrangements

The Case of Israel

The plants that have survived, and even thrived, during the winter's cold spells at Tohono Chul Park are mostly native to the Sonoran Desert.

Native Plants Thrive at Tohono Chul Park

Behind the scenes at botanical garden shows resilience to winter

1st Hip-Hop Symposium Jumpstarts Academic Dialogue

Hip-Hop scholars and performers convene at UofA

The Portland Cello Project

The Portland Cello Project

Have you ever wondered what multiple cellos and an alternative folk trio performing the music of pop composer Beck would sound like?

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