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Mud, Straw, Sweat: Traditional Adobe Builds the Future

Adobe as building material is back, focus of native cultural development group.

Mexican Director's 'The Thin Yellow Line' Debuts in Tucson

Interview with Celso Garcia, review of his tale of men assigned to dangerous job.

Music Will Transcend Border at Douglas-Agua Prieta Concert

'Binational Concert Sin Fronteras' draws musicians from Mexico and US.

Project Will 'Erase' the US-Mexico Border, Artists Say

Painting fence sky blue transforms it under 'Borrando la Frontera.'

Finding Navajo: Movie Helps Kids Preserve Native Tongue

'Finding Nemo' in Navajo is one way nation works to preserve heritage.

Comedian Gary Shandling, Former Tucsonan, Dies at 66

Grew up in Old Pueblo, attended UA engineering school before going into comedy.

Author: Right to Vote Still One of the Most Contested

Ari Berman will discuss 'Give Us the Ballot' at Tucson Festival of Books.

Crossing the Line Tells of Love, Culture Across Borders

Author Linda Valdez discusses memoir about her marriage, life

Century After New Mexico Raid, Pancho Villa Still Controversial

His statue in downtown Tucson draws praise, scorn; was gift of Mexico in 1981.

Play Revives Memory of Demolished Tucson Barrio

Borderlands Theatre presents outdoor play at the Tucson Convention Center.

Cumbia Corridos Make Heroes Out of Everyday Tucsonans

Vox Urbana writes music and lyrics to evoke experiences of immigration to the U.S.

Tucson's African Community Celebrates Black History

UA Professor has seen "significant growth and development" in Tucson's black community

What Stereotypes Are There in Tucson? Dímelo Explores

Dímelo's first story mailbox is up on Tumamoc Hill

Doctor Puts Hands, Head, Heart into School Instrument Repair

Meet Ned Bloomfield, a 17-year volunteer of the TUSD's instrumental repair shop.

Tucson Gem Show: 'Big Rush of Color, Brightness, Sparkling'

Two-week annual showcase has $120M impact on economy, draws 50,000 visitors.

Postal History in Tucson: Letter That Fell Into the Sea

Central Tucson is home to 100-plus-year-old post office, countless stamps.

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