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Arizona Illustrated Episode 426

The Cleaners; Tucson Hip Hop; Limits of Memory

Arizona Profile: Steve Kozachik

Running is a daily ritual for Steve Kozachik, City of Tucson councilmember and University of Arizona employee.

Ansel's Birthday

Ansel Adams played a critical role in founding the Center for Creative Photography in 1975. Since then, the CCP has become the largest collection of North American photography in the world.

Pedal Power

Tucson's cycling culture is continuing to grow and contribute to the city's economy.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 425

Michele's Journey; Ansel Adams; Forming the Formless; Steve Kozachik

Marching for Their Lives

The Never Again movement's call to action is inspiring young people across the country – including students in Tucson, Arizona.

The Watercolorists

The Southern Arizona Watercolor guild offers pleinair painting outings, group painting sessions, educational outreach and even has a public gallery where members can show their work.

A Canvas of Clay

Robert Keith De Armond has been a ceramic artist for more than 40 years. During that time he estimates that he's painted over a million bowls, plates, pitchers and mugs.

The Loop

On March 17, 2018 Pima County celebrated the completion of the "The Loop" – a system of more than 100 miles of paved pathways.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 424

Marching for Their Lives; Pedal Power; The Watercolorists

Michele's Journey: Motherhood During and After Incarceration

According to the Prison Policy Initiative, in the United States 80% of women in jail and 56% of women in prison are mothers.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 423

Closing the Loop, the Tucson bike path; Liam Pace, life on the board; Tiger's Tap Room, serving with a smile

Liam Pace

Liam Pace started skateboarding when he was five years old and it turned into a lifelong passion. Now, his dream is to pursue it professionally.

The Glass Blower

Tom Philabaum of Philabaum Glass Gallery and Studio is an artist and beloved Tucson icon.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 422

Tom Philabaum, the glass blower; The Detective, searching for answers; Andy Burgess, mid-century perspectives

Mid Century Perspectives

Mid-Century Perspectives is a temporary exhibition at the Tucson Museum of Art focused on the paintings of Andy Burgess.

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