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Arizona Illustrated Episode 408

A special presentation of Arizona Public Media's 2017 Emmy nominees and winners.

Barriers to Care

Living in a rural community comes with its own unique opportunities and challenges, especially when you’re growing up.

The Curley School

The Curley School in Ajo, Arizona, originally built in 1919 was in danger of being demolished. Now, it’s model for historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and regional and economic development.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 407

The Curley School in Ajo, Arizona; Barriers to Care; The Other Way; The Farrier

Arizona Profile: The Farrier

Farriers used to be an essential part of American life up until the advent of the automobile, but they are still essential in relatively small social pockets around the nation.

The Other Way

Many Tucsonans drive up the Catalina Highway to the top of Mt. Lemmon, but very few have ever driven the unpaved "Control Road" on the north side of the mountain.

Angel's Awakening

A local author of young adult science fiction reflects on her life experiences and how they have influenced her writing.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 406

Champions Come from Anywhere; The Birds & The Butterflies; Angel's Awakening; and an Arizona Profile: Evamaria.

From the Vault: Sabino Canyon Repairs 2003

A look back at the summer of 2003 in Sabino Canyon.

Champions Come From Anywhere

Champions can come from anywhere, including the small southern Arizona town of Rio Rico

Invisibility and Resistance

The Tucson Jewish History Museum exhibit focuses on contemporary human rights issues.

The Epidemic

The opioid epidemic has left communities across the country reeling, and it hasn’t spared Arizona.

Patagonia Lake State Park

The park is considered “an oasis in the desert” by many of its supporters.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 405

Celebrating 100 Years in Space at the University of Arizona

Arizona Illustrated Episode 404

Opioid Crisis; the Jewish History Museum; Patagonia Lake; Patagonia Lake: Sabino Canyon

The Language of Movement

Barbara Mettler built the Tucson Creative Dance center in 1963 as a permanent home for her unique, movement-based approach to dance. Mettler passed away in 2002, but her legacy lives on and is still being practiced by a devout following.

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