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Making "Cloud Soup"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How changing your address may impact your voting status; What is AVATAR, and how might it change the science of telling truth from fiction?; and Pima County Gardeners mark 35 years of helping Arizona grow.

cloud soup hero 2 At it's core, "Cloud Soup" is a story of man vs. rat, but the rat appears to have a serious advantage.

Arizona Spotlight

Making "Cloud Soup"

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Featured on the December 6th, 2018 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

  • Have you changed your address in the last year? Did you know that may affect your voting status in Arizona? Nancy Montoya examines our state's voting laws, and the movement to clarify rules that may have prevented some votes from being counted in the last election.

Was your vote counted in the 2018 election? Use these links to find out:

Pima County Recorder's Office

Arizona Secretary of State's Office

Early Voting Sticker A voter displays their "I Voted Early in Pima County" sticker.

cloud soup hero 4 Wolfe Bowart engages his audience as a tailor on a personal journey in "Cloud Soup".

cloud soup hero 3 Wolfe Bowart debuted "Cloud Soup" in Malaysia to enthusiastic audiences.

Deception The dilation of a subject's pupils is just one of as many as 500 different metrics that the AVATAR technology uses to tell truth from fiction.

Rain lily Master Gardeners The rain lily is one of the many flowers that can grow well in many Arizona gardens.
Tony Paniagua, AZPM

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