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Kimberly Craft interviews Gael Sylvia about her program, "Girls Fly!" which is focused on providing access, education, and encouragement for girls of every walk of life.

Giving Girls Wings to Fly

Tucson-based philanthropist aims to give girls and young women the tools to set goals and achieve them

A simple idea for most, but for one local artist walking home entails a two thousand mile trek from the deserts surrounding Tucson to the Great Lakes region. Producer Luis CarriĆ³n met with the artist as she was making the final preparations for her trip, and he brings us her story.

Walking Home, from the Desert to the Great Lakes

Local performance artist plans to webcast her 2,000-mile journey back to her hometown

Seventh Annual Chamber Music Showcase Concert

UA School Music's annual Chamber Music Showcase Concert presents distinguished student musicians and features KUAT-FM broadcasting hosts James Reel and Ted Prichard. Wednesday May 4 at 7:30 p.m.

Solar Energy Rises in Southern Arizona

City of Tucson and Pima County dedicate their latest solar projects

Blue Man Group

Blending music, humor, surrealism and technology in unexpected ways, Blue Man Group performs five shows in Tucson starting April 29th. Listen to an interview with Blue Man Mark Frankel!

Kimberly Craft interviews Neal Cash, President and CEO of CPSA, and Joel Dvoskin from the Department of Psychiatry in the UA College of Medicine about the upcoming Schorr Forum on mental illness.

Town Hall on Mental Illness

Mental health experts and the community come together for forum in hopes of creating a better post-January 8 system

Janet Funk M.D., an associate professor at the UA College of Medicine and a member of the UAs BIO5 Institute joins Kimberly Craft to talk about the health benefits of turmeric.

A Spice of Life Leads to Wellbeing

Turmeric beneficial in preventing arthritis, may also be effective in preventing bone loss, expert says

Professor Henry Louis "Skip" Gates, Jr.  in Cuba

Black in Latin American

Henry Louis Gates, Jr., uncovers Latin America's African roots in a new four-part series, BLACK IN LATIN AMERICA. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Wavelengths: Scientific Voyage

Join Host Vicki Chandler as she presents Wavelengths favorites, featuring segments from the last three seasons. Thursday at 8:30 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Poetics and Politics: Gerald Vizenor

A series at the UA Poetry Center

Obama and Iran

The Battle of Hope vs. Fear

Secrets of the Dead: Aztec Massacre

This program rewrites much of what we thought we knew about the Aztec civilization. Friday at 7 p.m. on the World.

The Tucson Police Department is building a new crime lab on Miracle Mile east of I-10. The lab's director speaks to us about the existing facility and the need for more space.

Coming Soon: CSI Tucson

The Tucson Police Department is getting a new, much larger crime lab

US-Mexico border

Mexico To Sue U.S. Gunmakers

Citing the need to stop the flow of weapons across the border, Mexico taps U.S. law firm to sue weapons manufacturers

US-Mexico border

Travelers Warned from Most of Mexico

New U.S. State Department travel warning includes new--and to many Tucsonans, familiar--parts of Mexico

J. Noah Brown is the President and CEO, Assn. of Community College Trustees joins Kimberly Craft in the studio for an interview.

Community Colleges Across the Country

Head of community college trustee association discusses the health of education funding and community college programs nationwide

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