Arts and Culture

The Buzz previews AZPM's newest podcast

May 19, 2023 More Than a Game takes listeners beyond the scores and tells the stories behind sports.

Sports is for everyone: local school brings adaptive sports into physical education

May 18, 2023 Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports partnered with Gridley Middle School to launch their education program.

Precision carpentry and fun combine for slides in Sierra Vista

May 1, 2023 A Sierra Vista man builds massive wooden slides.

Tucson to begin returning ancestral lands to Tohono O’odham Nation

Apr 19, 2023 City council unanimously moved to direct the city attorney to present a plan for approval at the next council meeting.

Spring Cyclovia set for Sunday

Apr 14, 2023 The Tucson event celebrates neighborhoods twice each year.

Winter moisture expected to yield big wildflower bloom in Arizona

Mar 14, 2023 Experts say conditions lined up to produce massive floral displays in lower elevations.

Local authors shine at Tucson Festival of Books

Mar 3, 2023 Some of the books are self-published.

Local nonprofit acquires former TUSD school to continue sustainability work

Mar 1, 2023 The Tucson Unified School district governing board approved the sale Tuesday evening.

The first-ever "Tombstone Festival of Western Books" to be celebrated

Feb 27, 2023 Residents are holding the event ahead of the Tucson Festival of Books

The Buzz: Black History in Southern Arizona

Feb 24, 2023 New efforts are being made to bring contributions by the area's Black population to light.

Black History 101 Mobile Museum makes two stops at Cochise College campuses

Feb 22, 2023 The stops come in honor of Black History Month and the 50th anniversary of hip-hop.

Closed Century Park theater demolished for new Pascua Yaqui casino

Feb 21, 2023 Congress designates Old Pascua as tribal land.

Cochise College plans sixth annual Youth Arts Festival for Saturday in Sierra Vista

Feb 20, 2023 The event is free and aims to encourage children to try performing and fine arts.

Study suggests office workers need more sound

Feb 15, 2023 The findings could help designers create better staff environments.

White nationalist dies before Tucson trial

Feb 15, 2023 Teddy von Nukem was one of the key faces of the 2017 Unite the Right march,

TUSD students fundraise to save annual HBCU trip through music

Feb 10, 2023 The event is in partnership with the African American Museum of Southern Arizona.

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