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Catalina High School radio class (left to right): Sukay Slea, Frorasi Tuyizere, Khadra Issak, Etongo Ekyoci, Zaroon Nasir

New Americans: A Refugee Radio Project

Tanzanian youth interviews a fellow refugee who now helps others with similar experiences

The title frame to the 1979 "reconstruction" of ¡Que viva Mexico!

A Romantic Russian Cineaste in Mexico

Sergei Eisenstein's tragic quest to film what became ¡Que viva Mexico!

Expo Showcases Southwest Native Culture

Indian art and performances featured at this weekend's Southwest Indian Art Fair

State Fights to Keep Licenses from 'Dreamers'

Rights groups in court seeking driving privileges for young immigrants

Ira Glass This American Life

This American Life: Harper High School Part Two

The program visits a high school where 29 current and recent students were shot last year. Saturday at Noon and Sunday at 7:00 p.m. on NPR 89.1 FM/1550 AM.

Extraordinary Women: Agatha Christie

A profile of mystery writer Agatha Christie who created such iconic characters as Miss Marple and Hercule. Thursday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

A young elephant snacks on a doum palm frond in Samburu National Reserve, Kenya.

Battle for the Elephants

National Geographic uncovers the criminal network behind ivory’s supply and demand. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

3/20/12

Union Dues Deduction Ban Fails

State Senate turns it back; police, firefighter labor would be affected

Makers: Women Who Make America

The compelling story of how women have helped shape America over the last 50 years. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Hank Topless performs his song "Happy Times Blues".

Spotlight Session: Hank Topless

Music from Arizona original whose life experience mirrors songs

A group of students at the Jump Start program at Myers-Ganoung Elementary School.

Bill Would Allow Longer School Year

Poorly performing schools could opt in, get more funding

Robert C. Beverly discusses his new play, "A Red and Rich Review".

'Expressionist' Beverly's latest inspiration

Tucson playwright's new stage production explores differences, similarities in people

Campaign Funding Limits Rise Under Bill

$2,500 from individuals, $5,000 from PACs for state, legislative races

Photo Traffic Enforcement Ban Fails

Legislative committee says municipalities should decide

Kiera Woods catches snowflakes on her tongue outside the student union on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013.

UA Students Shocked, Excited By Snowfall

Winter flurry dusts campus, spurring many students to get out and enjoy the snow

AZ Illustrated Arts Episode, Feb. 21, 2013

'Challenging' photo exhibit, playwright Robert Beverly, bootmaker

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