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Bentleys House of Coffee and Tea, Lumie winner in the Small Business Partner Category, has hosted a regular series of poetry slams which makes it one of the longest-running poetry-slam venues in Arizona.

Lumies: Business Commitment to the Arts

Tucson merchant makes the arts part of her operation

Two Western Arizona Sites Targeted For Solar Projects

Federal government streamlining process to build utility-scale solar projects on public lands in six states

Teaching Traditions

A summer program teaches Native American students about culture and academics

Ramadan celebrated in Tucson

Ramadan Begins; One Month of Fasting, Prayer

Islamic holy month observed in Tucson, including dawn-to-dusk fasting

AZ Illustrated: Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Modern streetcar progress, civil discourse leadership, Pima County's new librarian

Richard Carmona

Carmona, FEC Disagree Over Campaign Finance Filing

FedEx document confirms report sent on time; feds warn of penalties

Light Rail Construction Continues on 4th Avenue

Northern end of commercial district reopens to traffic; southern end closes

 Carolyn Lukensmeyer becomes the first executive director at Tucson-based National Institute for Civil Discourse which was founded after the January 2011 shootings in Tucson.

New Civil Discourse Director Seeks 'Jeffersonian Democracy'

Tucson institute will target elected officials, media, the public to study civility

Upcoming cat show in Tucson: Coatimundi Cat Club

Cat's Meow: Annual Feline Show in Tucson

3 days of shows, vendors, apperance by 'world's tallest cat'

Melinda Cervantes, the new Director of the Pima County Public Library, talks about her previous experiences and her goals for Pima County.

Pima County Public Library Welcomes New Director

She sees her charge as a haven for literacy in down economy

Deferred Deportation Plan May Cost $585M

AP cites government estimate on young illegal immigrant program

University of Arizona's Jaqueline Lee Mok Moves on to Johns Hopkins University

The Provost reflects on her 15 years at the UofA

Russell Pearce, former State Senator and author of SB 1070 defines his stance on the controversial bill.

Pearce: Sorry for Colo. Shooting Comment

Former legislator said armed citizen should have taken down gunman

MASTERPIECE Receives 37 Emmy Nominations

MASTERPIECE has been honored by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with 37 nominations for the 2012 Primetime Emmy® Awards

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Register to Vote in Primary by July 30

Election scheduled for Aug. 28; online sign-up OK

Arizona Capitol.

State Revenues Rise Above Expectations

Combined with spending cuts, surplus totals $379M

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