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Take a humorous look at both the good and the bad of holiday greeting cards from author and former professional card writer David Dickerson

Roger Corman

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The 5th. Annual Haunted Halloween Arizona Spotlight

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Tucson's Movie Theater History

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Unity in the Message

NPR's Senior Washington Editor talks about what the Democratic party is doing to stir up voter enthusiasm for Obama in 2012.

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Arizona Dream

Film reviewer Chris Dashiell looks back at a 1991 film with a diverse cast that presents an absurdist view of life in the Southwest.

The Search for Bob Dylan's Electric Guitar

Has one of the most famous instruments in rock & roll history been re-discovered almost 47 years after its controversial debut at the Newport Folk Festival?

Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore

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Teachers' Voices with Ofelia Zepeda and Meredith Kupinski

Two educators talk about a new program where teachers - instead of students - are asked to become immersed in the indigenous culture of their school.

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