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The Arizona Trail; Part 1

Arizona is one of the few states in the country that has a “border to border” trail that provides users with opportunities to see diverse habitats such as deserts, grasslands, pine forests and the Grand Canyon.

UA Chimes and Echoes

There's more to the iconic chimes that ring out the time at the University of Arizona campus than you might think.

Ancient Watering Renewed

Using ancient watering practices in modern agriculture.

Art Life - Karima Walker

Karima Walker is trying to become a fulltime, professional musician, but what does that even mean in 2016?

Arizona Illustrated Episode 245

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Desert Winds

Bruce Stoller discovered wind instruments can be made with native materials: the stalks of agaves and yuccas.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 244

Monsoon Wildlife; a Jaguar in Southern Arizona; Walls and Wildlife

Arizona Illustrated Episode 243

Robert Barber; Eden Alternative; Hummingbirds; From the Vault: IBM Leaves Tucson in 1988

Arizona Illustrated Episode 242

Differences; The Rosanos; Urban Bees

Arizona Illustrated Episode 241

Countdown to OSIRIS-REx; Ancient Watering Practices Renewed; Laxcats; Kenny Scharf in Tucson

Arizona Illustrated Episode 240

Tucson Saddletramps; Chiracahua National Monument; Generations of Jewelers; FTV: Tucson Tallow 1995

Generations of Jewelers

The Patania Family has been a staple in Tucson since 1937.

Chiricahua National Monument

Chiricahua National Monument south east of Tucson is an imposing landscape that encompasses nearly 12,000 acres and is home to various natural and historical attractions.

Tucson Saddletramps

The Tucson Saddletramps are the best of the best of Tucson Roller Derby

Arizona Illustrated Episode 239

Tucson's Downtown Murals; The Cooling Center; Teaching Percussion; The Biosphere in 1989

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