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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

9/19/12. Rebecca Brukman.

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.

Growing Grass The Organic Way

Grass on UA Mall now fed with organic compost mixture

Michael Givens the recreation coordinator at  Tucson Parks and Recreation talks about the El Rio Theatre Project.

The Taming of the Shrew Comes to Tucson

The El Rio Theatre Project brings some Shakespeare to Himmel Park

Jodi Netzer is the director of outreach and marketing for Tucson Arts Brigade she talks about upcoming events.

Tucson Arts Brigade Turns the Page

Arts and education organization expands, begins new chapter

The Homeless Intervention and Prevention Program or HIP is part of the Primavera Foundation. The HIP center is there to provide counseling, resources and guidance to Tucson's homeless population and those who are at risk for becoming homeless.

Latino Spending at $7.3B in Pima County

'All businesses can benefit' as population gains economic influence

Stephanie Blythe as Fricka and Bryn Terfel as Wotan in Wagner's "Das Rheingold" in Robert Lepage's production.

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.

Space Shuttle Endeavour Buzzes Tucson

The shuttle passed over the UA and downtown on its way to California

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

Web Feature: Mental Health Specialty Offers Nurses New Path

College of Nursing specialty aims to fill shortage of mental health care providers

The "Read to a Dog" program at the Pima County public libraries uses therapy dogs as a way to promote literacy among children.

Children Learn to Read, With Dogs as Captive Audience

The “Read to a Dog” program helps kids lose the fear of reading out loud

UA Poetry Center's "Family Days" encourage families to enjoy poetry and language together.

Open House Welcomes Words for All Ages

UA Poetry Center's Family Days invite youth and their families to explore poetry, language arts together

Cochise County Officials Consider Dever’s Replacement

Larry Dever's sudden death leaves officials scrambling to find the next sheriff

Zhao Chen, PhD, a UA professor and director of the Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, talks about the upcoming Chinese Culture Festival in Tucson from September 22-30.

Festival To Celebrate Chinese Culture, Language

Week-long Tucson event explores health, music and other aspects of Chinese life

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