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"Borderlandia: Cultural Topographies" is the title of a new exhibit at the Tucson Museum of Art that explores some of the unique themes of US/Mexico interactions.

Artists Merge Cultures in Borderlandia

U.S./Mexico border deconstructed through glass and mixed media exhibit at Tucson Museum of Art

Kimberly Craft interviews Joe Wilson about his film, "Out in the Silence."

Out in the Silence

Award-winning film director reflects on his campaign for civil rights

Paula Poundstone, performing in Westwood, California on July 11, 2008.

Paula Poundstone on the Craft of Comedy

The comedian reflects on over 30 years of making audiences laugh as she returns to Tucson for a Feb. 19 show at Centennial Hall.

Tchaikovsky's The Queen of Spades

Tchaikovsky's The Queen of Spades

The Metropolitan Opera

Lucia Di Lammermoor

Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor

The Metropolitan Opera

Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov

Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov

The Metropolitan Opera

Rossini's Armida

Rossini's Armida

The Metropolitan Opera

Erin Lyons who is the Regional Manager from First Things First, joins Kimberly Craft in the studio.

Keeping First Things First

Last November, voters chose to protect early childhood education funds; now AZPM looks at where that money went

Local organizations are helping hundreds of refugees settle in our community and many are coming from Asian or African countries.

New Land, New Lives

Tucson's diversity increases as hundreds of international refugees settle here annually

Kimberly Craft interviews David Aguirre, Executive Director of Dinnerware Gallery, and Myles Stone, Co-Founder of Borderlands Brewing Company.

Arts and Culture Come Together

Dinnerware Gallery to host symposium for Tucson artists

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is on display this month at the Arizona State Museum. Although the treaty is more than 170 years old, it's considered a living document because it continues to shape people's lives in very concrete ways, particularly their relationship to natural resources such as water and grazing.

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Goes On Tour

Key parts of the historic document that purchased much of the West from Mexico are on display in Tucson during February

Paul Luna, president and CEO of the Helios Foundation and Mari Koerner, dean of Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at ASU, share their ideas for fixing the educational system.

Is Our Education System Broken?

Two educators believe in a fix that holds the whole community accountable

Could There Be Life On Jupiter?

The acclaimed science fiction author Dr. Ben Bova talks about his new novel "Leviathans of Jupiter" and the real science that inspired it.

Call it vandalism, artistic expression or coded messages from the front lines of class conflict - graffiti is all over Tucson. The city's ongoing graffiti abatement program now uses new technology to compile a database of taggers and their distinctive signatures. However one former illegal tagger says there are other ways to help deal with the problem.

Tackling Tucson's Graffiti

Local artist thinks legal walls might help curb illegal tagging

Spanish-born singer / songwriter Jairo Zavala, aka DePedro.

Spotlight Session: Jairo Zavala

Listen to the vibrant and romantic music of Jairo Zavala, playing both solo and in duet with Joey Burns of Calexico.

Student poets Samantha Neville (left) and Ochana Otto compete in poetry recitation.

Students Shine Out Loud

Tucson high schoolers compete in Poetry Outloud, a national poetry recitation event

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