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Kickin’ It West on Route 66

Travel through the west on Historic Route 66. Thursday beginning at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Sister Seraphim was a Russian Orthodox nun who founded the Hermitage Cat Shelter back in 1965, and today she is known to some as "Tucson's Patron Saint of Homeless Cats."

Sister Seraphim's Deal with God

Historian's colorful story of Russian Orthodox nun who founded Tucson's Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter

Episode 31: Navajos' Need for Jobs Clashes With Tradition

Nation President Shelly pushes economic development, retaining language, customs

Demion Clinco introduces the historic and multi-functional Bisbee Central School.

History Moment: Bisbee's Historic Central School

Continuing a different kind of education

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Full Interview With Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly

A segment of this interview appeared on *Arizona Week* Aug. 12.

Navajo father and son

Culture Clash: Navajo Traditions vs. Economic Development

Nation President Shelly pushes alternative energy, technology to draw jobseekers back to reservation

Eugene Sander - President, University of Arizona

University Leadership Undergoes Changes

UA President Eugene Sander overseeing staff changes at beginning of new school year

Mayor Bob Walkup joins the studio to discuss his time as mayor and what is to come for the city of Tucson.

City Brings UA Baseball to Hi Corbett Field

Mayor Bob Walkup says it's a good deal for the UA and the city

Vaccination Controversy Spurs Decline

UA researcher to help determine why immunization rates are falling dramatically

Tucson Baseball: Troubled History, Questionable Future

Professional baseball's future in Tucson is still cloudy, even as teams build new fan bases and move to old stadiums.

Honey Pivirotto - Asst. County Administrator for Health Policy

New Mental Health Facilities To Offer Innovative Treatment

Two new crisis intervention and treatment facilities open in Pima County

Bringing Science to the Silver Screen

A new film series pairs movies with science discussions, and its first screening examines a controversial chimpanzee study

The Tubes in 2011: Rick Anderson (bass), Roger Steen (guitar), Fee Waybill (vocals), Prairie Prince (drums), and David Medd (keyboards)

The Secret Origin of The Tubes

Hear some wild rock & roll stories about the Arizona adventures of The Tubes, from founding members Fee Waybill and Prairie Prince

Mark Dimmitt, a member of the Tucson Orchid Society, shows us a few interesting species of orchids.

Tropical Flowers in the Sonoran Desert

The Tucson Orchid Society brings awareness of the sought-after plant to Southern Arizona

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