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Gioachino Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia

The Metropolitan Opera

Wagner's Götterdämmerung

The Metropolitan Opera

Donizetti's Anna Bolena

The Metropolitan Opera

Playhaven is a community that fully commits to happiness through global chant circles to come together in spirit and meets every week and has over 150 members. This community promotes events that involve music, dance, poetry, movement, humor and more and is open to the public and cost little money to attend.

Professor Touts the Benefits of Play

Founder of popular chant circle opens center devoted to 'divine play'

Interfaith Community Services helps families

Christmas May Mean Toy Danger, Too

AZ public interest group lists possibly harmful play things

Recycling

Keeping Tucson "Clean and Beautiful"

Local organization seeks more volunteers for cleanup in parks, washes, roadways

Robert Martino, Kitt Peak public outreach coordinator talks about Kitt Peak's Sun-day Event.

Taking in the Sun for Winter Solstice

Annual event is giving residents a chance to get closer to the sun

UA Department of Communication Professor, Kate Kenski Ph.D. informs us on the conflicting polls that are happening a year before the Presidential election and what they all mean.

How To Read A Poll

The political polls and percentages are flying, but what do they mean?

Ann Reed (left) an organizer of Tucson Marathon and Kristin Morris (right) a volunteer and former marathon runner talk about the Tucson Marathon.

Making Marathon Dreams Come True

Annual Tucson Marathon gives thousands an opportunity to tackle a famous challenge.

Political Focus: Grijalva May Have a Democratic Challenger

Five-term congressman had close call in 2010, may face a primary race in 2012

Bobcat kittens play at a Tucson-area home, in a photo taken by John Schaefer.

Southern Arizonans Studying Jaguar Movement

University of Arizona leads study of endangered cats rarely seen north of Mexico

Web Feature: In Wine and War

Two Gulf War veterans find a new start in Arizona’s wine country

Three incumbent councilmembers are seeking re-election later this year, but they are facing opposition.

State: Stop Partisan Elections; Tucson: Stop Meddling

Arizona Supreme Court hears arguments on Tucson's election system

The Bureau of Land Management's Field Officer Manager, Brian Bellew, talks about issues pertaining to border security, solar projects and visitor activities in the 1.6 million acres within the Tucson field office land area.

BLM Urges New Uses for Despoiled Lands

Solar arrays, other uses promoted for 'used' rather than pristine sites

"The Border Project" examines historical and contemporary life in the U.S./Mexico borderlands region by having a celebration with art, performances, films and photography. This project treats Arizona and Sonora as partners with shared histories, dreams and political realities.

Border Project Examines Life on the Edge

UA exhibit explores history, landscape and culture along the U.S.-Mexico border

Executive Director of BAN, Juanita Molina (left), and Human Rights Promoter, Ana Santoyo (right), tell us about the Border Action Network and how it has become one of the most active and vocal organizations that works based on behalf of immigrant and border communities.

Border Action Network Gets New Leadership

Long-time activist becomes interim executive director of immigrant-rights organization

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