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Thrift Stores

Thrift stores are thriving in this tough economy as consumers look for ways to make their dollars stretch

The Obama Victory

The real story behind President Obama's win in 2008 as reported by Dr. Kate Kenski, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Arizona.

Spotlight Session: Andrew Collberg

Listen to an interview with critically-acclaimed Tucson artist Andrew Collberg, including music from his forthcoming album.

Time to Revive Arizona's Film Industry

Two Tucson-based filmmakers spearhead plan to revitalize the Tucson-area's once mighty film industry.

New Book By J.A. Jance

J.A. Jance, who has been hailed as "the undisputed mistress of the mystery novel" is out with her latest book titled "Queen of the Night."

Tucson's 235th Birthday

A number of events are being held this month, as part of the anniversary of the founding of Tucson, on August 20, 1775, when Hugo O'Connor established the new presidio.

Science for Tibetan Monks

From Karma to the Cosmos Tibetan Monks and Nuns learn about the physical world. Tibetan monks and nuns usually spend their whole lives learning about the inner world of the mind.

Writer Morgan Schuldt: a champion for the power of language

Tucson based writer, teacher, and publisher Morgan Schuldt shares how living with cystic fibrosis helps focus his poetry on both the light and the dark sides of the human condition.

Tucson's Reid Park Zoo to Get Bigger

"Expedition Tanzania" will increase the number of elephants at the zoo and involve them in an entirely new education component.

Listen to the smooth solo acoustic music of Hans Hutchison

Hear how a trip to Costa Rica led Tucson native Hans Hutchison to find the right sound for his new album, _114_.

Pinal population center, San Tan Valley considers incorporation.

Pinal county wears the label of the second fastest growing county in the country. At 80,000 residents, San Tan Valley has the largest population center.

Pictures of the Floating World:

Life in 19th century Japan as depicted through woodblock prints

Caught in the Middle on the Border

Border communities are much more dependent on Mexico for their incomes than cities such as Tucson or Phoenix, so proposed boycotts and other actions due to SB 1070 are worring many residents there.

MIM

New Museum Explores Music Around the World.

Author Lydia Millet

(from Arizona Spotlight - May 7th, 2010)

KSDB Radio

Some students at the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind are learning how to be news reporters for their teachers and peers.

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