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Episode 725

Restoring the native flora, Pia Camil: Three Works, and a last look at OSIRIS-REx: Touch-And-Go. (28:00)

Episode 724

The Golden Rule Dairy; The Rise of Substance Abuse; and a tour of a Tiny Home. (28:00)

Episode 723

Indigenous communities fight against border wall construction; Artist Karlito Espinosa; A day in the life of a Farrier (28:00)

Arizona Illustrated: Stories of the Past

Eleanor Roosevelt's granddaughter; Dunbar School memories; a photographic window in time; and traffic control ‘eighties style’. (28:00)

Arizona Illustrated: Nature in Arizona

Experience the sights, sounds, and solace of nature in Arizona. (28:00)

Arizona Illustrated: COVID-19, One Year

A year of stories from the perspective of those who created them. (29:30)

Episode 717

Flight of the RAVEN; Angel in the Creek; A Dancing Scientist; Muralists on Murals - Johanna Martinez (28:00)

Episode 716

Protest Reflections; Hope for a Better Tomorrow; Tigist: Midwife (28:00)

Episode 715

All About the Vaccines; The Talk; Muralists on Murals - Alfonso Chavez; All the Tea in China (28:00)

Episode 714

Finding Fitness during COVID; Tucson’s Chess King; Fireball (28:00)

Episode 713

Connecting students and citizen-scientists in the garden, TANGO International promoting food security, an energetic primer on Jewish Mysticism, and Muralists on Murals. (29:19)

Episode 712

A lizard loving Ph.D. known as Afro Herper, Two Restaurants struggle to survive, and School in the Time of COVID-19. (28:00)

Episode 711

Remembering January 8th, 10 years later. (28:00)

Episode 710

A special presentation of Arizona Public Media's 2020 Emmy Award winning stories.

Episode 709

Memories of Winterhaven; The Bookshop at the End of the World: Remembering Lute Olson’s first day at U of A; Catalina State Park; and From the Vault: 1985’s Ho Ho Hotline (28:00)

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