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Web Feature: A Civil Rights Legacy

In life, and now in death, one reverend helps shape Tucson’s struggle for equality

Southern Arizona Wildfires Affect Astronomers

Observations on Mt. Hopkins have been suspended several times this week

"Barrios & Barriers: The Tucson Civil Rights Era"

Barrios & Barriers: The Tucson Civil Rights Era

This Arizona Public Media documentary recounts Tucson’s civil rights movement through a collection of personal experiences.

Kimberly Craft interview Nina Rabin, Border Studies Director at the UA Southwest Institute for Research on Women.

When Parents Disappear

Law researcher explores what happens to children when their parents are detained or deported

The University of Arizona and BICAS, Bicycle Inter-Community Arts and Salvage, are working on a project to try to recycle bicycles abandoned by students who leave for the summer.

How to Recycle a Bicycle

Bicycle organization and University of Arizona team up to collect and reuse unwanted bicycles

Rocky Times in Rocky Point?

Business owners insist the popular beach town is safe, but some victims of violence say otherwise

California Condor Making Comeback

Northern Arizona population of the still-rare bird adds new hatchling

Anna Maxwell Martin as Sarah Burton

Masterpiece Classic: South Riding

A lively schoolteacher returns to her north England home during the Depression-era to live, work and possibly love. Part 3, Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Original Freedom Riders Reunited on Oprah Today

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NATURE: Bears of the Last Frontier

CITY OF BEARS Bear biologist Chris Morgan sets up camp at a remote spot in the heart of Alaskan wilderness, alongside the largest concentration of grizzlies in the world. Sunday at 7 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Kimberly Craft interviews Steve Leavitt.

Lab Lumbers Forward to New Home

Long relegated to the regions under Arizona Stadium, UA's famed tree ring lab breaks ground on new facility

Kimberly Craft Interviews Robert Samuelson who is part of the Vail community action board.

Vail Finds its Voice

Community considers five options for its future

Butoh is a form of dance that is gaining in popularity throughout the world, and here in Tucson there are ongoing workshops for people interested in learning about it's powerful effects. Jodi Netzer, of the Tucson Arts Brigade, says the practice of Butoh often leads participants down a path of self-discovery. Luis Carrión takes a look at Butoh, and the zen-inspired practitioners at a recent workshop. TAG: If youre interested in learning more about Butoh Dance, you can contact the Tucson Arts Brigade. You can find information on our website at AZPM.ORG.

The Benefits of Butoh

Contemporary dance form from Japan gaining in local popularity

Growing a Greener School

The past shapes the future in the ecology zone at Manzo Elementary School

Immigrants Raising Citizens

It takes a village to raise a child, a proverb says, but challenges abound when the village is multi-national

The State of the Students

Outgoing ASUA President recalls bittersweet year, considers challenges ahead

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