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Alexander Chiu (left) a MD at the University of Arizona department of surgery and Michael Lemole (right) a MD. an chief at the University of Arizona division of neurosurgery talk about brain tumors.

Home From Brain Surgery in Two Days

New minimally invasive techniques developed at UMC reduce pain, recovery time

Christopher Conover addresses the future political career of Gabrielle Giffords.

Political Focus: Redistricting Commission Next Step

The task of finding new chair of Independent Redistricting Commission now begins

Roberto Jaramillo was recently rewarded the Obama Scholarship.

UA Junior Wins One of 12 Obama Scholarships

Robert Jaramillo beats stereotype as he strives to be an elementary school teacher

Cooler Weather Means Possible Increase in Rabies

Pima County issues a warning to be cautious when outdoors.

Redistricting Commission Chair Fired

Republican senators vote to oust Colleen Mathis over open meeting, political mapping

Tucson resident and author Carolyn Niethammer just completed a book about using desert plants in the kitchen. It's called "Cooking the Wild Southwest" and includes tips on incorporating multiple naturally growing species including prickly pears, mesquite and tepary beans.

The Natural, Outdoor and Free Supermarket

Tucsonan tells how to harvest desert plants for use in your kitchen

Celebrating the beauty, craftsmanship, and audio nuances of acoustic and electric guitars, the University of Arizona Museum of Art presents Good Vibrations: The Guitar as Design, Craft and Function.

Exhibit Tunes In to Guitarmaking History

"Good Vibrations" offers glimpse at the instrument and its construction, from 16th-century Europe to present-day Tucson

Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year,The Community Gardens of Tucson is an organization that provides residents with a small plot where they can grow a variety of vegetables on a space that's about 3ft wide by 20 ft long. Right now there are more than a dozen participating locations such as churches and synagogues where people are provided access for the gardens.

Growing Movement Flourishes in Southern Arizona

Community Gardens of Tucson is gaining participants who want locally grown food

Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year,The Community Gardens of Tucson is an organization that provides residents with a small plot where they can grow a variety of vegetables on a space that's about 3ft wide by 20 ft long. Right now there are more than a dozen participating locations such as churches and synagogues where people are provided access for the gardens.

Growing Movement Flourishes in Southern Arizona

Community Gardens of Tucson is gaining participants who want locally grown food

Artistic Fashion Designer Zandra Minerva (left) and Impresario Prince Jay (right), co-owners of Bogdare, speak about upcoming events at the Valley of the Moon art fest.

Bogdare Comes to Valley of the Moon

Local artists' group gathering to raise funds for historic park's restoration

Win 2 tickets to Wildcat Basketball Game

...For the Wildcat vs. UCLA game on February 25th

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Banjoist and narrator, Steve Martin

Give Me the Banjo

PBS ARTS FROM THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS Narrated by Steve Martin, a banjoist himself, the film explores the roots of American music. Friday at 9:30 p.m. on PBS-HD 6..

Arizona State Museum and Director of Education, Lisa Falk (left), and Executive Director of the Tohono O'odham Community Action, Terrol Dew Johnson (right), tell us about an exhibit encouraging children and adults to lead healthier lifestyles.

Exhibit Turns Artistic Eye to Epidemic

Artists explore obesity and diabetes from Native American perspective

Local artists Ed Muren III and Donovan White tell us about their art exposition they hold at 4th Avenue's Surly Wench the first Tuesday of every month.

A Place for Artists to Create, Be Inspired

Local artists find community and work space in Fourth Avenue bar

UA Steele Children's Research Center Medical Doctor Katri Typpo tells about the use of temperature regulation in infants and children after cardiac arrest.

Study Seeks New Approach to Cardiac Arrest in Children

University of Arizona researchers are part of national study exploring cutting-edge treatment for children with cardiac arrest

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