Arts and Culture

Ecologists and artists in Nogales to celebrate new jaguar

May 10, 2024 To celebrate the discovery of a new jaguar roaming the Arizona borderlands, conservationists will host a public discussion in Nogales on Saturday followed by a procession to the border wall to view a wildlife-themed art installation on the wall itself.

One of the greatest: UA's unsung wheelchair basketball hero, Rudy Gallego

Apr 29, 2024 We meet Rudy Gallego, the man who started the University of Arizona's first adaptive sports team, wheelchair basketball.

Native tribes file to dismiss lawsuit threatening Grand Canyon National Monument

Apr 25, 2024 Conservations groups joined the tribes in filing to intervene in the case.

You just become instant best friends: Collegiate Women's Hockey in Arizona

Apr 18, 2024 We head behind the scenes with the ASU women's club hockey team, and also hear about their soon-to-launch counterpart at UA.

It’s what brings it all together: Sports in multi-cultural places

Apr 11, 2024 Hear about an Arizona community college's surprisingly international soccer roster, then get introduced to an afro-Brazilian martial art.

We call it our Field of Dreams: Traveling across distances and time for sports

Apr 11, 2024 Will UA fans make the trip to their new Big 12 rival cities? Also, baseball played by the original rules.

The mutual respect is there: The intersection between athletes and music

Mar 28, 2024 We hear from a professional opera singer who was also an All-American football player in college.

We take the risk because we love what we do: From rodeo to fandom heartbreak

Mar 20, 2024 Rodeo in Arizona, from its roots to its place as a collegiate sport. Plus a trip to the Pac 12 basketball tournament.

Archive seeks to reclaim border narrative

Mar 18, 2024 The Reclaiming the Border Narrative digital archive is a collaboration meant to tell the story of the border through the eyes of people who live there.

The Buzz: Previewing Season 2 of More Than a Game

Mar 15, 2024 AZPM's sports podcast returns with more of the greatest sports stories you've never heard.

I’m taking this way too seriously as an adult: The growth of mountain biking in Arizona

Mar 14, 2024 In two very different stories about one of America's fastest-growing sports, we head to a 24-hour mountain bike relay race. Then we talk to some of the people behind a documentary about spreading mountain biking on the Navajo Nation.

They have a passion for it: Meet a pair of Tucson-born professional athletes

Mar 7, 2024 Different sports, different generation, but both Alex Bowman and Eddie Leon are among the top athletes Tucson has ever produced.

Gift-giving stress threatens Valentine's Day bliss

Feb 14, 2024 Why some people put too much emphasis on striking the night tone.

Put a ring on it for Valentine's Day talk at College of Science Lecture Series

Feb 9, 2024 Tree rings can reveal natural hsitory dating back thousands of years.

Priscilla the Parrotfish brings the ocean plastic problem to the desert

Jan 30, 2024 An Oregon-based nonprofit makes sculptures entirely out of ocean plastic which are now on display in Tucson.

New UA football coach Brent Brennan's journey back to Tucson

Jan 26, 2024 He cites lessons learned from Wildcats coaching legend Dick Tomey.

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