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Craig Wilson (left) merchant and Kurt Tallis a marketing & events director talk about the upcoming 4th Ave Street Fair.

Fourth Avenue Street Fair Opens Friday

Experience the music, crafts and more along six blocks of the avenue

Bob McLendon (left) the vice chair and Fred Duval (right) the chair are retiring members of the Arizona Board of Regents they sit down to talk about their time on the Board as well as what is next for higher eduction.

Board of Regents' Top 2 Officers Departing

Chair Duval, Vice Chair McLendon end their terms

Arizona To Continue Supporting Wolf Recovery Program

State wildlife commission votes to stay with controversial program, but wants more input on decisions

Phil Everly and Chris Isaak perform during the concert held at Hollywood's Music Box Theatre in celebration of what would have been Buddy Holly's 75th birthday, September 7, 2011.

Buddy Holly: Listen to Me

THE ULTIMATE BUDDY PARTY A tribute to the late Buddy Holly featuring three generations of top recording artists. Saturday at 8:30 p.m on READY TV.

Journey of the Universe

Marvel at this dramatic and expansive film that re-imagines the universe story and reframes the human connection to the cosmos. Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. on PBS 6.

Former Republican spokesman, Daniel Scarpinato (left), Democrat, Rodd McLeod (center left), and AZPM's Andrea Kelly (center right), take a look at how the republican presidential race is shaping up, mayor Bob Walkup's legacy and if senator Kyle really is walking napalm.

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Friday, Dec. 2, 2011

Host Jim Nintzel leads lively discussion of local, state, national politics

Paul Bender, dean emeritus at Arizona State University's College of Law, says changes are needed to ensure redistricting independence.

Full Interview on Redistricting with ASU Law Prof. Paul Bender

State Supreme Court helped secure redistricting independence, but more needed, he says

Episode 47: Redistricting Chair in Tough Position

Law professor says she must maintain neutrality despite partisan attacks

Redistricting Chair in Tough Position, Legal Expert Says

IRC's Mathis, under fire from governor and Senate, may find objectivity difficult

An Arizona State Parks Report Card

Departing director says threat of closing parks has faded, but budget cut worries remain

Udo Kier

A familiar face from the silver screen, acclaimed German actor Udo Kier's new film "House of Boys" opens at the Loft Cinema on December 2nd.

Singer / songwriter Kaia Chesney in the AZPM Radio Studio

Spotlight Session: Kaia Chesney

Listen to some new music from up-and-coming Tucson singer / songwriter Kaia Chesney, celebrating the release of her debut album "Circa 1952".

The stagecoach that runs at Old Tucson Studios recaptures some of the flavor of what travel was like on the frontier of the late 1800's.

New Construction at Old Tucson

The addition of an authentic Tohono O'odham settlement to the town at Old Tucson brings a new dimension to its depiction of frontier life.

The Valley Gourd Patch is holding its third annual Gourd Art Festival in Green Valley on Friday and Saturday December 2nd and 3rd.

Going for the Gourds

Residents across the country are creating art from the fruit of a vine

Victor Borge

Victor Borge: Comedy in Music!

PBS presents a compilation of recently rediscovered Victor Borge skits and routines. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup, who will leave office in a few days at the end of his 12th year in the seat, he talks about what his future look likes.

Walkup Looks Back on 12 Years Leading Tucson

Tucson mayor happy to be moving on from city's top job

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