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Julia Pernet (center), Director of the Tucson Guitar Society, and Tom Patterson (right), Director of Bolton Guitar Studies at UA, discuss each program and how the UA's guitar program is on its way to becoming the best in the world.

Conservatory Trains Next Generation of Guitarists

Popular university program draws classical guitar students from all over the world

Eduardo Minozzi Costa is a Ph.D. candidate in the University of Arizona's guitar program. His accomplishments include numerous guitar competition awards, active leadership in the Tucson Guitar Society and a recent debut performance in New York's Carnegie Hall.

Up-and-Coming Classical Guitarist Makes International Impression

Guitarist blends passion and discipline to make beautiful music--and an auspicious start

The compelling mini-series documents the profound sacrifices and largely ignored contributions of black soldiers throughout American history — from the earliest days of the Revolutionary War to the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Story of America's Black Patriots

FOR LOVE OF LIBERTY: THE STORY OF AMERICA'S BLACK PATRIOTS looks at the untold history of African-American participation in America's armed forces. Monday at 10 p.m. PBS-HD 6.

Tucson Police Foundation's board chair, Ellen Yacovone (center), and executive director, Rob LaMaster (right) share the organization's history, mission and involvement in the community including some upcoming events.

Tucson Police Foundation Supports Officers With Equipment Funding

Foundation helps officers replace aging equipment when stipend isn't enough

Web Feature: On a (Paper) Wing and a Prayer

Can the world’s biggest paper airplane bring a town and its museum together?

TUSD is Tucsons largest school district, but its been experiencing a drop in enrollment in recent years, as well as increased budget constraints.

Arizona Ranks 44th Nationwide for Education

New national study shows slight drop in the state's standing

President of the BAJA (Born Again Jocks Association) Club, Dave Hyslop (Center), and Charter Member of the BAJA Club, Chuck Catino (Right), discuss their efforts to establish the first Pima County park in their community.

It Takes a Village to Build a Park

Residents of Green Valley come together to creare the first public park in their community

Arthritis patient, Gail Kershner (Center), and Founding and Interim Director of the UA Arthritis Center, Eric P. Gall, MD (Left),  discuss the upcoming annual Arthritis conference occurring on Saturday, January 21.

Arthritis Conference Offers Information--and Hope--for Sufferers

Upcoming event connects arthritis patients with experts studying the disease

Touch of Grey members, from left, Don Lightfoot, Ken Sylvia (Left center), Ken Sylvia and Bill Archambeau.

Singing That Never Goes Out of Style

Barbershop quartet Touch of Grey shares close vocal harmonies

The Tucson Cactus and Succulent Society engage in a community project to develop a site exhibiting the vast richness of the Sonoran Desert, while simultaneously providing research opportunities.

Tucson's Haven for Rescued Cacti

Pima Prickly Park is home to native specimens that would likely be lost to development

Downton Abbey Season 2

Downton Abbey, Season 2: Episode Three

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC Matthew and William embark on a perilous patrol behind enemy lines. Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

New Home for Elephants Coming in March

Reid Park Zoo’s $9.7 million exhibit will hold new herd of five pachyderms

Come wish Mike Cole Farewell

Friday (Jan. 20th) at 2:00 p.m.

Mayor of Marana Ed Honea

Marana Still Processing Housing Permits

Opening of new business resource center makes permitting faster, mayor says

Co-owner of the Many Hands Courtyard, Cindy Haas,  tells us about an art fair outlet that takes place every third Saturday of each month. The art fair includes such things as an antiques boutique, furniture repair and art galleries.

"Third Saturdays" Support Arts, Veterans

The Many Hands Courtyard hosts gatherings to showcase local artwork, help community organizations

Tucson Senior Olympians Jean Cary, whom is participating in badminton and tennis, and Jeff Schneider, who is involved in rifle and pistol shooting, tell us about the Southern Arizona 28th Annual Senior Olympics that are being held from January 14th - 29th.

Festival Spotlights Seniors in Sports

Tucson hosts its 28th annual Senior Olympic Festival

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