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Revenge of the Electric Car

In 2006, director Chris Paine made the film "Who Killed the Electric Car?". Now, he's back with a new film which documents what he calls an "industry revolution in progress".

Daddy Long Legs

Meet Megan McGinnis, the co-star of Arizona Theater Company's new musical love story about an orphaned teenager and her mysterious benefactor.

The Strange World of Neil Hamburger

"America's $1 Funnyman" will appear with many other progressive comedy talents at a benefit for the Humane Society on Saturday, December 14th.

Hand Washing

A simple thing that most Americans take for granted, hand washing is helping to save lives all around the world.

Patricia Briggs

The best-selling fantasy author will be the guest of honor at TusCon 38, November 11th - 13th in Tucson.

Amanuel Gebremariam, New American

For seventeen years, Amanuel has been sharing his mother's Ethiopian recipes with diners at his restaurant, Zemams.

Spotlight Session: Ryanhood

Two singer / songwriter / guitarists from Tucson celebrate the release of their fourth album with some tunes recorded in the AZPM Radio Studio.

The Haunted Halloween Show 2011

A collection of spooky tricks and treats guaranteed to give you both chills and thrills!

Ken Burns

A conversation with the acclaimed documentarian reveals some of the reasons why he found the story of "Prohibition" so compelling.

Jash Ranamunger, New American

Listen to the story of what inspired this math student and musician from Nepal to re-settle in Tucson.

Tracking the Chupacabra

Author Benjamin Radford explores the history and the reality of the famous bloodsucking monster. Is it more than just a modern myth?

The Secret Origin of The Tubes

Hear some wild rock & roll stories about the Arizona adventures of The Tubes, from founding members Fee Waybill and Prairie Prince

Back to the Homeland

After escaping civil war and making temporary homes in Tucson, find out why some of the Sudanese "Lost Boys" plan to return to the recently established nation of South Sudan.

Fady and Dalya Sarkees, New Americans

A brother and sister, both refugees from Iraq, face the challenge of starting new lives in Tucson. Even with an education and professional skills, good jobs are hard to find.

Two Vails, a Single Future

In the rapidly growing Rincon Valley, some new residents seek more than "the rural life"

A Familiar Voice Says "Goodbye for Now"...

Journalist Ann Taylor has decided to leave the radio microphone behind after 22 years of newscasts for NPR.

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