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Ray Suarez to visit Tucson

Senior Correspondent for The NewsHour, and BLUEPRINT AMERICA will visit Tucson for a special presentation on Tuesday, May 26th at 7:30 p.m. at UA Crowder Hall

Mariachi Performer

The annual Tucson International Mariachi Festival starts next week. Tony Paniagua introduces us to one of the performers, 11-year old musician Fernando Manzano of the youth group Mariachi Tesoro de Tucson.

The Pan-Asian Community Alliance

A group seeks to unite and provide resources for Tucson's growing Asian and Pacific Islander population. PACA representatives Ross Iwamoto and Dorothy Lew talk about their upcoming outreach event.

American Indian Filmmaker

The new PBS presentation "We Shall Remain" is an epic look at American history as seen through a Native American lens. Mark McLemore talks with a filmmaker who worked on that production.

Immigration Hearings

Claudine LoMonaco reports on how the Department of Homeland Security has been denying the public access to immigration hearings, in what critics say is a violation of federal law.

Ann Maley Commentary

KUAT-TV is celebrating 50 Years of service to Tucson and Southern Arizona. Arizona Public Media Community Advisory Board Member Anne Maley has these comments.

Tecumseh’s Vision

Shawnee warrior Tecumseh rose to become one of the greatest American leaders of all time. We Shall Remain, Mondays at 9:00 p.m. on KUAT6 and HD

Poisoned Waters

Two decades after the Clean Water Act was supposed to make America’s waters clean enough for swimming and fishing, the great coastal estuaries of Puget Sound and the Chesapeake Bay are in perilous condition. Frontline, Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. on KUAT6 and HD

WAVELENGTHS: Paths of Life

New edition of science magazine explores new paths of life, both on and off-planet, tonight at 8:30 p.m. on KUAT6 and HD.

WE SHALL REMAIN Companion Stories

Beginning Monday, April 13, NPR will have a number of stories scheduled to run in conjunction with the PBS weekly series on Native Americans titled WE SHALL REMAIN.

Nature: The Loneliest Animals

Explore the high-security, high-tech labs where scientists attempt to breed new generations of nearly extinct species. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

City Manager Fired

Christopher Conover looks at this week's firing of Tucson City Manager Mike Hein and hear a commentary on the subject from Jim Nintzel of the "Tucson Weekly."

400 Years of the Telescope

On April 10th, KUAT6 is airing a new documentary called "400 Years of the Telescope," celebrating the history and the future of astronomy. Mark McLemore talks to the filmmaker, Kris Koenig.

StoryCorps - Bruce Cole, Part Two

Bruce Cole tells how the violent death of Richard Heakin in 1976 changed Tucson's gay community.

"Beethoven: As I Knew Him"

James Reel talks with Hershey Felder, the star of the one-man show "Beethoven: As I Knew Him," which opens this weekend at the Arizona Theater Company.

Great Performances at the Met: Lucia di Lammermoor

Anna Netrebko portrays the fragile title heroine of Donizetti’s opera, presented as a Victorian ghost story in Mary Zimmerman’s hit production. Wednesday, April 15th at 9:00 p.m. on KUAT6 and HD.

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