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Deputy Director Belle Starr and Executive Director Bill McDorman both from the Native Seeds/SEARCH organization show us various seeds collected from tribes and tell us about their developments such as their Native Seed Library that will launch January 15th, 2012.

New Crop Growth with Ancient Seeds

Experts look to past for healthier, sustainable food future

Committee member, Nina Bell Allen-Langley (left) and Reverend John Kitagawa (right) of the St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church tell us about the church's 75th Anniversary that will be on Christmas Eve.

Church Celebrates Doubly On Christmas Eve

Tucson's St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church to commemorate its 75th anniversary

Demion Clinco takes us to the Pima County Courthouse for this weeks History Moment.

History Moment: Pima County Courthouse

Picturesque landmark is full of history.

Retail Manager, John McNulty and Curator of Latin American Art, Ann Seiferle-Valencia, both from the Tucson Museum of Art tell us about the importance of the holiday sale and the annual Nacimiento display.

Art for Sale or Observation

Tucson Musem of Art holds its annual Holiday Artisans' Market and Nacimiento opening.

The history of these organs followed the development of Tucson as well as the pipe organs being integrated into buildings designed to house them.

History Moment: Pipe Organs of Tucson

Musical instruments leave their mark in our community

A group shot of some of the women mathematicians who are featured in the documentary "Top Secret Rosies".

Top Secret Rosies

A documentary tells the true story of how a select group of civilian female mathematicians helped the U.S. achieve victory during World War II.

This hobby from Japan has spread around the world, with some enthusiasts paying up to tens of thousands of dollars for some of the best fish.

Fancy Fish Show in Tucson Has Roots in Japan

Southern Arizona Koi Association is putting on its annual show

A glimpse of a dance and music performance that is based on Emily Dickinson's life and poetry.

"If My Verse is Alive..."

A performance of new dance and music draws from the life and work of Emily Dickinson

Damion Clinco explains the history of the Marist College.

History Moment: Tucson's Marist College

A look at the 96-year-old landmark adobe downtown

We speak to a few members of the Western Photographic Historical Society, vice president and treasurer Martin Keschull (left), and board member, Mark Sawyer (right), about the organization, the cameras and it's mission.

Look Through the Lens at Photography Society

Tucson nonprofit promotes all things photographic, including students

In the mid 1920's, people of Tucson discovered a number of artifacts that scientists claimed to be trailing back to 700 A.D.. Later investigations of these items showed the original stories were false.

History Moment: The Tucson Artifacts

A treasure trove of ancient culture, or a case of 1920s flimflam?

Tucson's Miracle Mile Monterey Court is being "reborn" as a art gallery/studio space complete with cafe, and music venue.

New Lease on Life for Monterey Motor Court

Business along historic Miracle Mile being reborn as gallery, studios, cafe, performance space

In the urban core of Tucson, you will see historical architectures such as homes, buildings and featured in tonights episode, iron street lights.

History Moment: Tucson Iron Works

The industrial infrastructure of the city has endured as a reminder of the past

President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, Demion Clinco tells us about Native Americans that farmed at the base of "A Mountain" thousands of years ago.

History Moment: Mission Garden

Tucson area which used to have year-round water has been inhabited for centuries.

Documentary film maker Ken Burns

Ken Burns

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

Tucson resident Margaret Campbell was Arizona's first African American novelist. Mark McLemore learns more about Margaret Campbell's unique story from local historian Gloria Smith.

The Mystery of Margaret Campbell

A local historian tells about Arizona's first African American novelist and her unique underground home in South Tucson

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