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Drunk at the Funeral

A conversation with Tucson-based musician and composer Chris Black about the unique vision behind his latest work, an illustrated album of music for piano and percussion.

In The Heights - Chasing Broadway Dreams

GREAT PERFORMANCES chronicles the stories of the composer and the cast of In the Heights in the months leading to opening night. Monday at 9 p.m. on READY TV.

Doctor Asks: What Is Consciousness?

Anesthesiologist says his discipline offers insight into an elusive question

Demion Clinco, President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, shares the history of Tucson's Silver and Turquoise Ball, which continues still today.

History Moment: Silver and Turquoise Ball

Social gala provides funds for San Xavier Mission's restoration efforts

Gregory Peck and Mary Badham in To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), directed by Robert Mulligan.

AMERICAN MASTERS: Harper Lee: Hey, Boo

Explore the mysterious life of Harper Lee, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird. Monday at 10 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Mental Health

Mental Health Advocates Take a Walk to Help Others

Sixth annual NAMI Walks aim to raise funds amid major cutbacks, says NAMI Southern Arizona director

Student Club Promotes Diversity with Bilingual Conference

Arizona Model United Nations welcomed nearly 400 high school students to their 50th Annual High School Conference.

Finding Your Roots

Journey into the ancestry of a group of remarkable individuals and discover a new understanding of personal identity and American history. Sunday at 7 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Douglas Booth as Pip in MASTERPIECE CLASSIC "Great Expectations"

MASTERPIECE: CLASSIC "Great Expectations"

Charles Dickens’ remarkable tale about the orphan boy Pip and his journey from rags to riches to self-knowledge. Part two, Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Students Speak Out On Tuition Hikes Before Fees Are Set

Many ask for tuition freeze to apply to all students, not just undergraduates

Campus Guns Bill: 'Oh, It's Dead,' Sponsor Says

Amid universities, community colleges opposition, support wanes

Rattlesnakes Emerging from Hibernation

Eight people bitten by snakes this year

Director of the Tucson Office of Conservation and Sustainable Development Leslie Ethen (center) and Climate Change Committee Member Phil Swaim (right) talk about an upcoming climate change even in Tucson. They were both involved in a new report that could help Tucsonans understand the different impacts of climate change.

Tucson Figuring Out Climate Change Adaptations

City government asking for feedback on how to cope with expected changes

Lead Exhibit Curator of the Arizona State Museum Diane Dittemore shows us Native American baskets and talks about the hundreds of baskets from Apache, Hope, O'odham tribes and more that the museum will be exhibiting from April of this year until June next year.

Arizona Illustrated: Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Native American basketry, climate change, tax deadline time and more

Arizona Capitol Dome

Two Southern Arizona Bills Head to Governor

Business ehancement changes in Rio Nuevo, Pima County bond audit on her desk

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