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Rachael Arauz, independent curator and art historian, speaks to us about the "Lola Alvarez Bravo and the Photography of an Era" exhibition, opening March 30 at the Center for Creative Photography.

Lola Alvarez Bravo: Mexican Photographer

Curator says newly discovered photos provide insight about artist

Some Hope During Immeasurable Grief

Children's Memorial Parks provide comfort, solace and memories

Teen Actors Explore 'The Secret Garden'

Christian Youth Theater brings Tucson audiences musical adaptation of children's classic

High-Tech Semitrailer Showcases E-Books

Digital Bookmobile will be at the Tucson Festival of Books

Larry Dane Brimmer's latest book Black & White, discusses American history as it happened during the Civil Rights Era.

Facts About Civil Rights Era for Young Readers

Author Larry Dane Brimner discusses why he chooses challenges

"Longmire" premiered on the A&E Network on June 3, 2012, with Robert Taylor in the title role

From Book Pages to the Small Screen

Author Craig Johnson talks about the inspiration for his Sheriff Walt Longmire mystery series.

Naomi Benaron, author, shares her debut novel, Running the Rift, and will be appearing with Craig Johnson, Jonathan Tropper, and Tom Zoellner at the Tucson Chapter of the Brandeis National Committee's 17th Annual Book & Author Luncheon on March 6th and 7th.

Tucson Author Draws Inspiration from Africa

Naomi Benaron discusses 'Running the Rift,' novel about a Tutsi boy

The Portland Cello Project

The Portland Cello Project

Have you ever wondered what multiple cellos and an alternative folk trio performing the music of pop composer Beck would sound like?

Darryl Cherney and Judi Bari sing at Nationwide Tree-sit Week, in Mendocino County, Aug. 1989

"Who Bombed Judi Bari?"

A new documentary asks tough questions about a 1990 car bombing that gravely injured environmental activist Judi Bari and her colleague, filmmaker Darryl Cherney

Indigo Girls Amy Ray (l) and Emily Saliers (r)

Indigo Girls Meet The Tucson Symphony

Singer, songwriter, and musician Emily Saliers discusses Indigo Girls' new symphonic tour, and what it takes to re-imagine their music with an orchestral backing

Carol Burnett

Listen to a conversation with the comedy legend about tragedy and comedy and the PBS 'American Masters' special on her life

'Tis the Season for... Holiday Cards

Take a humorous look at both the good and the bad of holiday greeting cards from author and former professional card writer David Dickerson

A theatrical poster for the low-budget Roger Corman science fiction thriller "Not Of This Earth" ( 1957)

Roger Corman

An exclusive interview with the independent film visionary about a few of the almost 500 movies he's made over a six decade career that is still going strong

A sign for The Rogue Theatre company.

Local Theatrical Group Recognized

Rogue Theatre recipient of prestigious arts award

Kee Malesky in a characteristic pose

Kee Malesky

Her name may be a familiar one, but what does being an NPR librarian actually mean? Find out about her new book "Learn Something New Every Day: 365 Facts to Fulfill Your Life"

Thania Mayorga a librarian associate for the Pima County Public Library and Melissa Porta a student student from the University of Arizona speak about a long-awaited film version of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit".

Library Events Link Fans With New Hobbit Movie

Pima County Public Library planning series of events for fans of J. R. R. Tolkein

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