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South Tucson

It took a broken sewer line along South Sixth Avenue to unite the citizens of the City of South Tucson.

Spotlight Session: Brian Lopez

Meet Brian Lopez, a free-spirited Tucson musician who blends a diverse set of influences to create a sound that's all his own.

UA/ASU Medical School Split

Three years ago, the University of Arizona and Arizona State University partnered to open a new medical school in Phoenix. But now, as the school is getting ready to break ground on a new building ASU has decided to back out of the partnership.

Custom Bootmaker Sees Business Decline

South Tucson entrepreneur hanging on 73 years later

Downtown Redevelopment

Architect Corky Poster talks with Laura Markowitz about why the redevelopment plans for downtown Tucson always seem to take two steps backward with every step forward.

Downtown History

Laura Markowitz tells us about some of the plans for downtown Tucson that have been hatched over the last 100 years, from building a ten-million-gallon-hat Wild West museum to a Greek amphitheater.

Maisa Taha Essay

Hear an essay about immigration and Spain from University of Arizona graduate student Maisa Taha.

VOICES: Community Stories Past & Present Inc.

Hear Katie Tarter express her love for playing the cymbals in the Tucson High marching band, and how much she's going to miss it after graduation.

Bill Estes Jr.

Peter Michaels talks to Bill Estes III about the life of his father, the late Tucson home builder Bill Estes Jr., who was a strong supporter of education in Arizona.

VOICES: Community Stories Past & Present Inc.

High school student Robin Soliz talks about practicing transcendental meditation, even amidst the chaos of her family's busy home.

Solar House Update

Christopher Conover looks at the University of Arizona's entry in an international contest to design the future of solar housing.

Warehouse District Update

The future of Downtown Tucson's historic warehouse district is an uncertain one. Sooyeon Lee talks to some local artists who are hoping they'll have a say in what happens next.

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.

Drachman Study

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.

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