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"The Chocolate Voice is simple and small--you can get through it," says publisher Gwen Pierce.

Web Feature: Finding a Voice

One woman works to learn and tell her hometown's untold stories, and finds herself reconnecting to her roots

Sonny Turner's Platters sing a medley of their greatest hits - including "Only You," "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes," and "The Great Pretender"

Rock, Pop & Doo Wop

Legends Ronnie Spector and Jon “Bowzer” Bauman host a celebration of the best-loved songs from the late 1950s and early 1960s. Saturday at 7 p.m. on PBS 6.

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Screenings for March

March 31, 1927: Cesar Chavez Was Born

Labor Leader and Civil Rights Activist Born in Yuma

March 23, 1959: Patent on Ping Golf Clubs

Karsten Becomes Manufacturer of Clubs in 1967

March 22, 1907: This Day in Arizona History

Territorial Prison Moved from Yuma to Florence

March 21, 1901: This Day in Arizona History

Arizona Rangers Established

March 20, 1880: This Day in Arizona History

Railroad Arrives in Tucson

March 19, 1864: This Day in Arizona History

Charles Russell Born

March 18, 1901: This Day in Arizona History

Saguaro Bloom Named State Flower

March 17, 1890: This Day in Arizona History

Andrew Carnegie Donates Money For Tucson Library

March 14, 1871: This Day in Arizona History

Ft. Apache Established

This Day in Arizona History March 13, 1903

Gov. Brodie signs into law an 8-hour workday for underground miners.

March 12, 1885: University of Arizona Created

No Insane Asylum for Tucson

March 11, 1858: Sam Hughes Comes to Tucson

"Tucson Butcher" Arrives

March 10, 1881: First Arizona Telephone Company

State's First Telephone Company Organized in Tucson

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