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Demion Clinco tells us about historic houses along Speedway Boulevard, right near campus.

History Moment: The Cannon and Douglas House

Two houses along Speedway Boulevard near the University of Arizona campus are historic--and often overlooked

Beautifying Barrio Centro

Tucson Arts Brigade sets out to create a mural arts program that makes more than pretty walls.

Itzel Apodaca is one of only five students from Arizona who will be going to the Special Olympics in Greece this summer. We go to Marana High School where she studies.

Going for Gold

Itzel Apodaca is one of only five students from Arizona who will compete in the Special Olympics this summer

We talk with the filmmaker of the documentary titled The Avenue, and we give you a preview of the film.

Discovering the Avenue

New film explores Tucson's eclectic community on Fourth Avenue

Artist's Journey Reveals True Colors

A new exhibit, the product of two local artists' life-changing journey, revels in the dynamic and color of exploration

Kimberly Craft Interviews Herb Stratford - Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation

The Fox in the Crossfire

Downtown's Fox Theatre was caught in the Rio Nuevo crossfire and hampered by debt; now it's working to strike out on its own

Historian Demion Clinco talks about the historic Wilmot Library.

History Moment: The Wilmot Library

The Wilmot Library, one of the first opened in the Tucson Public Library system, re-opens after a year of architectural rehabilitation and expansion

Kimberly Craft interviews author and comedian Joel Chasnoff about his book "The 188th Crybaby Brigade."

"Jewish Jarhead" Tells His Tale

Author says experience as an Israeli soldier from America gives him unique insight

STRONGMAN

Meet Zachary Levy, the filmmaker behind a new independent documentary about modern-day strongman Stanless Steel, a man holding onto his dreams with both hands.

Meet Tucson's Muslim Diaspora

The local Muslim community boasts a broad diversity, and seeks to redress misconceptions about Islam.

We speak with the executive director for Arizona School Choice Trust Elizabeth Dreckman.

The Case for Private School Tax Credits

In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding Arizona's controversial school tax credit system, one advocate shares the real stories behind school choice

Kimberly Craft talks with Mary Siegwol, Publisher of The Desert Leaf, and Dan Schearer, Editor of the Green Valley News.

Print Tackles Tough Times

Local newspapers adopt new strategies for survival during print media's decline - an Arizona Illustrated studio follow-up to "Surviving in a Crowded Media World"

Demion Clinco talks about the historic Indian Ridge neighborhood.

History Moment: Indian Ridge

Indian Ridge, a glimpse of what Tucson was like during the 1950’s.

Matt and Sarah Cotten join the studio, along with their puppets, to discuss puppetry.

Finding the Puppets Among Us

Local troupe Puppets Amongus revives traditional art of puppetry

Afghanistan is a country that frequently shares the rotation in the news cycles of our media. Now, one local family from the embattled country hopes people will take time to appreciate the culinary contributions they bring to the Old Pueblo. Luis CArrion brings us this look at at the Middle Eastern enclave created by a couple dedicated to their culture.

Afghan Cuisine in the Old Pueblo

A local family offers Tucson a taste of embattled Afghanistan's food and culture

Kimberly Craft interviews Peter Likins - PhD, President Emeritus,University of Arizona

The Family Man

Former UA president publishes a memoir that he calls a love story

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