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Kimberly Craft interviews Michael Nicholas - Director of Sonoran Glass Art Academy 
and Tom Philabaum glass art  artist

Tucson's Splendor in the Glass

International conference of glass artists opens to the public

The Preservation Hall Jazz Band Meets The Del McCoury Band

Musical legends from two different worlds - jazz and bluegrass - join forces for a concert at Centennial Hall on April 9th.

Demion Clinco, President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, talks about the historic Mountain View Black Officers Club.

History Moment: Mountain View Officers Club

At Fort Huachuca, one building captures the history and spirit of the WWII-era Black military

Fighting for New Life

Despite dwindling population and prosperity, the mining town of Clifton, Arizona struggles to stay alive

Michael York and "Lisztian Loves"

The acclaimed actor visits Tucson to portray composer Franz Liszt in a world premiere production from Chamber Music Plus on April 3rd, featuring the virtusoso pianist Andre Watts.

A profile on Armando Montaño, an artist with an intimate connection with the cultural landscape of his community, and a keen eye for the details light and shadow.

Armando Montaño's Vision of Light and Shadow

Local artist finds beauty in the simple details of downtown barrios

Kimberly Craft interviews Kurt Garby, a poet instructor, and Samantha Neville, a poet, who are involved with the Poetry Out Loud competition.

Poetry in the Studio

Poetry Out Loud brings students' love of poetry to vibrant--and vocal--life

Demion Clinco, President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, tells us more about the historic "Valley of the Moon."

History Moment: Valley of the Moon

Valley of the Moon, a Fairy Tale Garden

Bernadette Peters sings with the Tucson Symphony

The stage and screen diva talks about her upcoming Tucson concert, her passion for the songs of Stephen Sondheim, and her love of dogs.

How Lisa Napoli Found Her "Radio Shangri-La"

A mid-life crisis sent this successful public radio producer to Bhutan, where she helped establish the nation's first youth-oriented community radio station.

Kimberly Craft interviews Linda Berzok about her book, "Storied Dishes," and also speaks to one of the contributing authors, Jashio Pei.

Are We What We Eat?

New collection of essays celebrates the stories families create through food

The Tucson Festival of Books is a testament to the value that our community places on all kinds of literature including poetry. We learn more about the Poetry Out Loud contest.

Poetry Out Loud

National competition spotlights students' poetry recitation prowess

Kimberly Craft interviews Brenda Viner, Co-Founder of the Festival of Books.

Tucson Welcomes Third Festival of Books

Free book event features hundreds of authors, donates proceeds to fund literacy outreach efforts

Web Feature: Love and Rodeo

For one Tucson family, competing in rodeo is a beloved art--and a balancing act

Tucson Cine Mexico is in the midst of a five day festival that showcases some of most notable narrative and documentary films produced by a prolific and innovative industry south of the border.

Cine Mexico Brings Culture to the Screen

Five-day festival showcases fine narrative and documentary films from south of the border

Demion Clinco tells us more about the historic Forest Lodge property in Tucson.

History Moment: Forest Lodge

A mansion built for a countess crowns Oro Valley

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