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Arizona Profile: A Woman in Recovery

After decades under heroin’s spell, Judy came to a crossroads that would transform her life.

New Horizons

Avai d'Amico sold his five-bedroom house in Minnesota and bought a 180 square foot "tiny house" in Tucson. He says it's one of the best decisions he's ever made.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 432

El Tambo Fest, The Sounds of Cumbia; The Tiny House, Living Small; Arizona Profile: A Woman in Recovery; From the Vault: Major League in Tucson

From the Vault: National Travel & Tourism Week

We revisit National Travel & Tourism Week in 1988 and the prospects of how it would affect our state.

Oaf

Rarely do you find art described as NOT intended for mature audiences, but that description perfectly fits "Oaf", a new play at The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre.

Remembering William "Bill" Havens

William "Bill" Havens is a US Air Force Korean War veteran who is buried at Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Marana.

Remembering James Wesley Dobbs

James Wesley Dobbs is a US Marines Corps WWII veteran who is buried at Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Marana.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 431

U.S War Veterans; Oaf at the Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre; Juneteenth; Artt Frank

Ellen and Laci

Ellen Morell and her bulldog Laci have become a popular team that visit nursing homes and other facilities to provide company and comfort to residents

Arizona Illustrated Episode 430

Teen mental health; Fighting Molly; Never Forgotten

Arizona Illustrated Episode 429

Art Moms; Deployment; Bulldog Therapy; National Travel and Tourism Week

The Pharmacy Museum

The History of Pharmacy Museum at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy houses one of the world's largest collections of artifacts, photos and exhibits dedicated to the history of pharmacy.

Loveland

Loveland is an ever-changing ensemble band with some of the best session musicians in Tucson and a low-key lead singer.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 428

Loveland, a Tucson ensemble band; The Pharmacy Museum; Crummy Desert Sound

Lola's Justice

Lola Rainey saw firsthand the scars that racism left on her family, her friends, and her own sense of herself. So she set out to bring a little more justice to the world.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 427

The Arizona Trail; Lola's Justice; Old Nogales Highway

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