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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.

American elders, adults and children in Tucson respond to Vietnamese children's paintings on war and peace with their poems and writings.

Speaking Peace Through Art

Local refugees write poetry inspired by paintings by Vietnamese children

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.

We are joined by David Tineo who received an honor from the Tucson Pima Arts Council this year. He won the 2011 for "Lifetime Achievement".

Tucson Artist Wins Lifetime Achievement Award

David Tineo is recognized for his contributions to the arts with a LUMIE

We Speak with the Manager of Collection Development Office 
Rich DiRusso and Kelly Urman an Adult Services Librarian of Valencia Branch.

When Harry Potter is a Problem

Local libraries seek to boost awareness about censorship through Banned Books Week

World-renowned local artist Daniel Martin Diaz created "Desert Splendor", the public artwork that adorns the recently completed Centro Parking Garage.

Public Garage Becomes A Grand Gallery

Internationally known artist makes his mark on downtown Tucson

Tohono Chul Parks exhibit Día de los Muertos show cases a versatile array of art works created by regional artists paying homage to this observance.

Cross-Border Pollination of a Cultural Tradition

Tohono Chul Dia de los Muertos exhibit offers eclectic interpretations inspired by Mexican holiday

We speak to Marge Pellegrino of the Hopi Foundation's Owl & Panther Project and Abby Hungwe, a volunteer with the group and a student at Pima Community College.

Arts Program Gives New Americans A Voice

Local organization is working with refugees on expressive arts

Arizonans Reflect on 9/11 With Sadness, Hope, Unity

Remembering those who died, educating about diversity, coming together

The UA, in collaboration with Pima County, plans to develop the Roy Place Building.

UA Makes Move to Downtown

Historic Roy Place Building to serve as "urban laboratory"

The Return of "Three-Minute Fiction"

Guy Raz, the weekend host of All Things Considered, talks about the latest round of the very, VERY short story contest that is open to everyone.

Caitlin Harrington speaks to recreation coordinator Michael Givens and actor Jessica Armistead about a festival that is going to be held at a park in Tucson.

Shakespeare For Free in Himmel Park

El Rio Theater Project performs *The Merchant of Venice* starting Friday

Reporter Caitlin Harrington speaks with Casa Vicente Owners Marita Gomez and Vicente Sanchez.

Casa Vicente Hosts Third Annual Flamenco Festival

Four-night celebration brings the culture and traditions of Spain to Tucson

Less frail and more involved, today's grandparents are shunning retirement homes and stepping in more than ever to raise grandchildren while young adults struggle in the poor economy.

Support Grows for Grandparents Raising Grandkids

Eleven support groups active through Tucson's KARE Family Center

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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