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We spoke with representatives from the Arizona State Museum to discuss and view some of the quilts made by artists of the Hopi Nation.

Hopi Heritage in Tucson

Colorful quilts part of history, culture

Celeste Gonzalez de Bustamante, PhD, an assistant professor at UA's School of Journalism and Center for Latin American Studies speaks about a book she recently co-edited.

Decades-Old Immigration Debate Renewed

Battle over immigration- legal and not- has long history in Arizona

The Marist College building, owned by theTucson Catholic Diocese, is the focus of some political wrangling these days.

Marist College Awaits Renovation

One of Arizona's most endangered historic buildings is stabilized, but in need of major work

What is a "savage"? Robert A. Williams, a professor of law at the University of Arizona, talks about his new book called "Savage Anxieties".

Author Examines 'Savage Anxieties'

UA law professor's new book explores how political and social powers have used the label "savage"

Gerry Peirce a artist, In the first half of the twentieth century had visions and works that articulated the spirit of the desert and the richness of the west, while crafting an image of "Arizona" throughout the rest of the country.

History Moment: Gerry Peirce

Versatile artist traveled the country and contributed to Tucson's culture

William F. Bray At the end of nineteenth and early half of the twentyish century enterprising architects established offices in dusty Tucson.

History Moment: William F. Bray

British architect leaves a legacy in Tucson

New film footage has emerged of the Temple of Music and Art, an anchor of Tucson's performing arts community since 1927.

Long-Lost Film Footage Reveals Temple of Music and Art's Genesis

Groundbreaking for Tucson institution captured in 1920s footage.

Broadway to Hollywood

Pianist & cultural historian Richard Glazier shares stories about some of the great American popular composers of the 20th century, including the Gershwins and Irving Berlin.

(L to R): Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston, and Tim Holt starring in the 1948 film classic "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre"

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

Film reviewer Chris Dashiell looks at the 1948 movie and explains why it was actually a risky gamble for its studio, director, and star.

Ettore DeGrazia's maverick role in Tucson as an artist, philanthropist, and local celebrity helped shape the urban cultural landscape.

History Moment: Ted DeGrazia

Native Arizonan became famous around the world for his iconic artwork

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

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