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A still from director John Sturges' 1967 film "Hour of the Gun"

Shootout at the O.K. Corral

Film reviewer Chris Dashiell looks at some of the different interpretations this historic event has received in film, from "Tombstone" to "Hour of the Gun"

U.S. Muslim Teens Facing Identity Questions

Psychologist works with them to build comfort, confidence in themselves

Remembering the Songs

A conversation with Julie Cajune, an educator and cultural preservationist, about a new CD of rare Native American music.

International Remembrance Locally Orchestrated

Jewish Federation, Symphony Orchestra remember Holocaust victims

Demion Clinco, president of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, talks about a tour of six historic homes in the El Encanto neighborhood in central Tucson.

Upcoming Events Open Long-Closed Homes, Reveal Restored Lights

Two events celebrate Tucson's history, heritage--and neon

Penny Germain, the Tombstone Rose Festival coordinator, talks about the Tombstone Rose Festival being held on April 13th.

Stop and Smell the Roses, in Tombstone

Flower festival: softer side to the town too tough to die

History Moment: The Neon Pueblo

Tucson's historic lights continue to brighten the city

Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy Endures

Historians work to conserve the structures built by Depression-era workers

Demion Clinco, President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, shares the history of Tucson's Silver and Turquoise Ball, which continues still today.

History Moment: Silver and Turquoise Ball

Social gala provides funds for San Xavier Mission's restoration efforts

Debbie Rich, Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona CEO (center), and Angel Rodriguez, current girl scout (right), discuss the 100 year anniversary of Girl Scouts of America.

Girl Scouts Celebrates 100 Years

Saturday gala to mark anniversary and 'Year of the Girl'

Circus Tradition Continues for 7 Generations

What's it like to grow up in the circus? Find out from Giovanni Zoppé how the Zoppé Family Circus is honoring and preserving their family's colorful history.

The Tucson Museum of Art presents a photo exhibition of an intimate look at Frida Kahlo. The exhibition displays many photographs captured by Frida Kahlo's long time lover and friend Nickolas Muray, along with self portraits that portrayed the physical and psychological painful experiences that shaped her life.

Frida Kahlo Photo Exhibit at Tucson Museum of Art

Famed Mexican artist 'presents her persona,' curator says of intimate shots

Chris DeMille, Park ranger for Kartchner Caverns, and civil war re-enactor, about the 150th anniversary of the Civil War battle at Picacho Peak.

Picacho Peak Brings Civil War Battle to Life

State park celebrates Arizona's centennial with annual re-enactment of little-known skirmish

Tucson Rodeo Committee Chairman, Bill Schurg (left), and Rodeo Cowboy, Joe Parsons (right), discuss the upcoming 2012 rodeo.

Kicking up a Historic Cowboy Celebration

Annual Fiesta de los Vaqueros rodeo in Tucson celebrates 87th year

Historian and University of Arizona Mexican American Studies Professor Lydia Otero, talks on the past and present time of Tucson's multicultural development through the city's centennial existence referring to her novel, "La Calle" and the permanent photo exhibit in the Joel Valdez library in downtown Tucson.

Centennial Inspires Book on History of a Tucson Barrio

Book and exhibit commemorate community impacted by urban renewal project

Arizona 100: A Celebration Through the Lens of Time

Find out about a cross-college collaboration between U of A arts and sciences that honors a century of Arizona statehood.

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