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Wagner's Götterdämmerung

San Francisco Opera

Wagner's Siegfried

San Francisco Opera

Wagner's Die Walküre

San Francisco Opera

Wagner's Das Rheingold

San Francisco Opera

Janacek's The Makropulos Case

The San Francisco Opera

Massenet's Werther

San Francisco Opera

TV Program Schedule Change #1

July 2011 (UA)

FRONTLINE, ProPublica and NPR examine the case of six-month-old Isis Vas (left), whose death was deemed “a clear-cut and classic” case of child abuse, sending a man named Ernie Lopez (right) to prison for 60 years.

FRONTLINE: The Child Cases

FRONTLINE unearths more than 20 child death cases in which people were jailed on medical evidence that was later found unreliable or wrong. Tuesday at 10 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Researchers hope the bacterial communities' hidden abilities--including the ability to produce their own crystals in the lab--will prove useful to society and helpful in managing the cave.

Web Feature: What Lies Beneath

In the hidden reaches of Kartchner Caverns, a world of mysterious microbes thrives

Episode 24: University Foundations Emerge from Recession

Higher-education contributions are on the rise despite tough times, fund-raising chiefs say

Michael Chihak speaks with Johnnie Ray, President & CEO of Arizona State University Foundation.

Full Interview with Johnnie Ray

"Philanthropy does not solve budget problems, generally," says the ASU Foundation President and CEO - watch the uncut interview here

Andrea Kelly and Christopher Conover speak to Arizona senators Al Melvin and Frank Antenori about the state budget.

State Budget: How We Got Here, Where We're Going

As new fiscal year draws near, state senators Frank Antenori and Al Melvin discuss Arizona's new budget

Feature on sleep apnea, a disorder that disrupts sleep and can lead to drowsiness, irritability and problems functioning.

Sleep Apnea On The Rise

Sleep expert explores link between obesity and sleep apnea

Arizona Week studio interview

University Foundations Emerge from Recession

Higher-education contributions are on the rise, fund-raising chiefs say

Demion Clinco talks about the history of Hotel Congress.

History Moment: Free Tour of Historic Green Homes

The historic and the modern meld in one place

We speak to two Tucson residents Brent Davis and Mark Mayer, who have concerns about the present city sign code that's being discussed at city council on Tuesday 28 Jun 11.

Proposed Sign Ordinance Leaves Questions Unanswered

Community activists have concerns about current proposal for a Tucson historic landmark sign ordinance

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