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In Tune - AZPM Original
Arizona Public Media debuts "In Tune" on May 14th, a new quarterly TV show about the local music scene. Mark McLemore talks with the host, jazz and blues singer Katherine Byrnes.
Cinema La Placita
The Cinema La Placita is celebrating ten years of showing classic films outdoors in downtown Tucson. Mark McLemore talks to originator, Erika O'Dowd, about the upcoming season.
The City of Tucson recently held a "Living Library" event for employees and others. Laura Markowitz describes how this innovative project is helping Tucsonans embrace diversity.
The annual Tucson International Mariachi Festival starts next week. Tony Paniagua introduces us to one of the performers, 11-year old musician Fernando Manzano of the youth group Mariachi Tesoro de Tucson.
The Pan-Asian Community Alliance
A group seeks to unite and provide resources for Tucson's growing Asian and Pacific Islander population. PACA representatives Ross Iwamoto and Dorothy Lew talk about their upcoming outreach event.
American Indian Filmmaker
The new PBS presentation "We Shall Remain" is an epic look at American history as seen through a Native American lens. Mark McLemore talks with a filmmaker who worked on that production.
"Beethoven: As I Knew Him"
James Reel talks with Hershey Felder, the star of the one-man show "Beethoven: As I Knew Him," which opens this weekend at the Arizona Theater Company.
Claudine LoMonaco interviews University of Arizona History Professor Oscar Martinez about how his childhood experience led him to debunk common theories about Mexico's poverty.
2009 Cine Mexico Film Festival
Hear about "The Future South of the Border" from film historian Carlos Gutierrez, as he speaks with Mark McLemore.
Arts and the Economy
Some local artists are using their creativity to to keep the arts alive during tough economic times and that's attracting the interest of the Tucson City Council. Laura Markowitz reports.
The alternative newspaper is 25 years old. Mark McLemore talks to the paper's Jim Nintzel about the journey.
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