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The Latino Gap: Not Quite Trilingual
A young girl from Guatemala struggles with English after 5 years in public school, while speaking Spanish with friends and a Guatemalan dialect at home.
AMERICAN MASTERS: The Day Carl Sandburg Died
Look at the life and work of poet and novelist Carl Sandburg. Monday at 10 p.m. on PBS 6.
Director Takes on Three of the World's Deadliest Words
Film "It's a Girl" documents gendercide of female infants around the world
Episode 89: Forum on Prop. 121, Open Primary
Pro: 'Dissatisfaction with partisan system'; Con: 'Initiative subverts democracy'
AZ Week: Open Primary Proposition Forum
Pro: 'Dissatisfaction with existing system'; Con: 'Subverts democracy'
State Reports Improved Revenues for 2012
Fiscal year finished $26M better than previously reported
Foreign Government Officials React to SB 1070's Controversial Part Going Into Effect
The local consulates from Mexico and El Salvador say people are calling with questions
Teachers' Voices with Mike Beeson and Ron Mead
Share the enthusiasm of two English & writing teachers who get to introduce students to characters like Lenny, Gatsby, and Jean Valjean every year.
AZ Illustrated: Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012
The impact of Latino spending, Tucson Arts Brigade and Shakespeare in Himmel Park
Tucson's Movie Theater History
Chris Dashiell looks back at the theaters that once thrilled Tucson audiences, from The Fox and The Rialto to memories of The Opera House and The Lyric.
Latino Spending at $7.3B in Pima County
'All businesses can benefit' as population gains economic influence
Wagner's Ring Cycle "Das Rheingold”
GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET The theft of Rhine gold sets in motion a chain of misery and destruction. Sunday at Noon on PBS 6.
Tucson Children’s Museum
LITERACY FESTIVAL Meet PBS Kids favorite twins Maya and Miguel and learn why reading is so fun! This Saturday and Sunday beginning at 10 a.m.
AZ Illustrated: Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012
More on SB 1070, a Chinese festival in Tucson, and words for all ages
Children Learn to Read, With Dogs as Captive Audience
The “Read to a Dog” program helps kids lose the fear of reading out loud
Open House Welcomes Words for All Ages
UA Poetry Center's Family Days invite youth and their families to explore poetry, language arts together
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