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Preparing To Be Unprepared

Cast & crew of Unscrewed Theater invite audience to join in the fun of improvisational comedy .

Local Churches Offer 'Ashes to Go' Marking Start of Lent

Known as Ash Wednesday, millions of Catholics, other Christians will have ashes placed on their foreheads today even if they can't make it to church.

Award Winning Artist Expresses Admiration for Ravens

Common bird is considered playful and intelligent, connected to mythology and symbolism.

Oscar's Split Personality

Film writer Chris Dashiell explores the disparity between audience picks, critical picks, and what really wins at the Academy Awards.

Advances Made, LGBTQ Workplace Discrimination Remains

Transgender Pima County lawyer says situation even more difficult for trans people; most states including AZ don't have laws protecting LGBTQ people in workplace.

A Real Game Changer Turns 40

Dungeons & Dragons, the first fantasy role-playing game, taught players to create imaginary worlds using math, maps, and lots of dice

Joseph Shaw and Desiree Piazza, Russian studier majors from the University of Arizona, discuss their experience interning for the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games

UA Students Intern for NBC in Sochi Winter Olympics

Seniors majoring in Russian studies were selected for opportunity, recently returned to Tucson.

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AZ Celebrates 102, Tucsonan Gets Award for Cultural Contribution

As Arizona celebrates its birthday, Margret F. Maxwell is honored with recognition for her cultural work in Arizona.

Living Streets Alliance is an organization in Tucson that is looking at ways of making the community less automobile-oriented and more suitable for those who prefer to engage in walking, bicycling, socializing and play.

Census Data Shows People Moving to Pima County

County grew by 9,467 from 2007-11; among the most rapidly growing areas, according to recent report.

Living Streets Alliance is an organization in Tucson that is looking at ways of making the community less automobile-oriented and more suitable for those who prefer to engage in walking, bicycling, socializing and play.

City, Local Group Work to Promote Walking, Bicycling, Green Activities

Nonprofit organization making streets less-automobile oriented; city planning on Tucson's first parklet.

One, Dos, Drei: Tucson Girl Growing Up Trilingual

Thanks to parents who come from Germany, Mexico and school where 7-year-old learns English.

This holiday shopping season, merchants expect to make about forty percent of their annual sales. Experts say visitors from Mexico will provide one third of those purchases.

NPR: New Poll Explores Diversity Among Latinos in U.S.

About 1,500 people from various backgrounds were surveyed on their finances, education, culture.

Stairwell Session featuring Cyril Barrett

Hear music from an Arizona troubador who likes his songs to tell stories - about both the good days and the bad

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Tucsonans Prepare to Honor MLK Legacy by Serving Community

On Jan. 20 various local nonprofits will set up service projects to commemorate civil rights leader in national holiday.

Jennifer Kehlet Barton, Interim Vice President for Research at the University of Arizona, Ray Woosley, MD, Ph.D., founder of the Critical Path Institute, and Ron Shoopman, President of the Southern Arizonal Leadership Council, discuss how Tucson has been a major player in the Arizona Bioscience Roadmap.

Biosciences Equate to Big Business in Arizona

More than a decade after the "roadmap," a new plan to grow the biosciences is on the horizon.

Annual Winter Event Welcomes Birds, Revenue to S. AZ

Wings Over Willcox Birding and Nature Festival is celebrating 21 years; pumps tens of thousands of dollars into Southern Arizona economy.

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