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Tucson Hip Hop

The 2nd Annual Tucson Hip Hop Festival boasts a diverse line-up of more than 150 performers and more than 1800 attendees.

The Full Nelson

Life has thrown her a few curve balls. She is a mother, author and performer ... Adiba Nelson is a force of nature.

Black History in Southern Arizona

Most people may not associate Southern Arizona with black history, but a group of people are working to change that.

The Preventionist

Joronda Montaño is turning her painful past into a positive force for change—fighting substance abuse, rising suicide rates, and the toll of trauma and violence one kid at a time.

The Sacred Harp

'Shape Note Singing' is one of America's oldest and least known musical genres.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 421

Tucson's African American Heritage; The Preventionist; Shooting Columbus

Chasing Anello

Scott Girod had a dream of opening his own pizzeria.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 419

Anello, a slice of heaven; Meditate, peace within; Finding Flora, the Air Plant

Arizona Illustrated Episode 418

A special Black History Month episode: Cressworth Lander; Juneteenth at The Dunbar School; The Rogue Theatre

The Other Desert Museum

The Tucson Desert Art museum is a nonprofit organization that opened in 2013 with more than 20,000 square feet of of space for exhibits, classes and other activities.

Speak Up

In 2016, three women came together to change how kids talk about suicide, substance abuse, and mental health. Now, their message is reaching a bigger audience than they ever imagined.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 417

Speaking Up, Voices of Youth; The Middle Man; The Other Desert Museum

Arizona Illustrated Episode 416

Coach Chris; The Talking Mural; An Arizona Profile: Folklórico Mexicano

Cultivating Tucson

The story behind Tucson’s exceedingly popular holiday market, Cultivate Tucson.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 415

Beer is Delicious; Cultivating Tucson; Learning to Grow; An Arizona Profile

The Poetry Center

The University of Arizona Poetry Center is one of Tucson’s most valuable cultural resources.

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