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Tom Gerlak and Pat Caffrey have been carving ice in the desert for more than 30 years.

Transportation Museum

Old Pueblo Trolley is setting up a unique museum with a collection of historic buses, streetcars, and more.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 414

Ice Art; Poetry Center; Transportation Museum

Arizona Illustrated Episode 413

Winter Shelter; Universe of Images; UA Chimes; Sonoran Snow

Gnome Fest

A look at a uniquely Tucson event.

What Comes After?

Pain and fear can haunt survivors and victims of sexual harassment, exploitation, and assault for years.

Second Chances for Some

Almost all people in prison will eventually return to society, but there are many barriers that can upend a successful reentry and hopes for a second chance.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 412

The River Woman, Causing Fitz, Insecta, Gnome Fest

Arizona Illustrated Episode 411

What Comes After, Danzacultura, and Second Chances for Some

Finding Freedom

Should people who have committed a felony continue to face legal limitations once they’ve served their time and seek to reenter society?

Fostering Hope

Up to 80 percent of children in foster care have significant mental health issues, yet less than 25 percent receive treatment—a disparity that can have lasting and dire consequences.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 410

Finding Freedom; Arizona Veterans; Fostering Hope

Unbroken and Unflinching

We introduce you to seven young people from the Arizona Public Media original documentary, Not Broken. In their own brave words, they share their challenges, victories and hopes as they cope with mental illness.

Growing Music

Meet a local craftsman who makes instruments from gourds.

Arizona Profile: Tucson Meet Yourself

Explore the sights, sounds and characters of the 2017 Tucson Meet Yourself.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 409

Finding Wellness; and update on the Mt. Graham Red Squirrel; Growing Music; an Arizona Profile

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