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Camp Naco gets new designation as an endangered historic site

The century-old adobe camp housed Buffalo Soldiers and members of the Civilian Conservation Corps.

Virgina Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway" at The Rogue Theatre.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Susan Cummins Miller on "Making Silent Stones Sing"; Adiba Nelson tells how her journey to "Ain't That a Mother" began; and what Naya Arbiter built in our community.

"...love you like you've never known you're worth." The songs of Gabrielle Pietrangelo.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: An American hero gets some overdue recognition at Davis Monthan Air Force Base; and learn about the help - and hope - in Tucson for those living with aphasia.

"We Are Prone To Accidents Close to Home..." The songs of Oceanography.

Also on ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT: How UA recipients of the Mellon Foundation's "Fronteridades" grant are exploring the border experience; and author Jodie Hollander talks about leading a free series of "Poetry in the Parks" workshops later this month.

Take a Peep at The Tucson Erotica Art Show.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The history of Rukin Jelks and the Rillito Park Racetrack; memories of being a Tucson teen in the 1970s; and a teenager in Hermosillo who is an emerging film composer.

Rillito Park puts University of Arizona students on track to success

The horse racing circuit plays a big role in the UA Race Track Industry Program.

The drivers of the Women's Formula 1 racing circuit test their speed & skill in the Sonoran Desert.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Reigning Miss Tucson Abby Charles talks food insecurity in Southern Arizona, and Michelle Ross creates literary experiences in miniature for her book "Shapeshifting".

Santa Cruz Valley Heritage Alliance seeks input from public

The valley is in the process of becoming a national heritage site

Tucson Festival of Books returns for 2022

The event was held virtually last year.

College of Science Lecture Series returns to Centennial Hall

A springtime tradition is back on the University of Arizona campus.

"Living Dead in Denmark" - a zombie sequel to "Hamlet"?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Author Craig Johnson and actor A Martinez talk about "Longmire" at the Tucson Festival of Books; and Bisbee celebrates "The Return of the Turkey Vultures".

Return to "The Princess Bride" 35 years later, with actor Cary Elwes.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Adiba Nelson leads a roundtable discussion with three Black women artists, and "Stories That Soar!" tells of a boy's difficult journey to see his father.

Decoding "The FBI Way" with author Frank Figliuzzi.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: What the library’s “#READBLACK” initiative wants to share with the world, and True Concord Voices & Orchestra present a new composition called "Earth Symphony", a song for our planet.

Arizona Spotlight for February 10th, 2022

On Arizona Spotlight: Dr. Regina N. Bradley on the greater influence of Southern hip hop; members of Tucson's Jewish Community react to the Tennessee banning of the graphic novel "Maus: A Survivor's Tale"; and explore the dream history of Downtown Tucson.

Racing women take to southern Arizona track for high-speed honors

The fastest will win a place in the European-based W Series this summer.

How Rancho Feliz uses volunteer power to break the cycle of poverty in Agua Prieta, Sonora.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Author Marquez Price on his debut poetry collection; meet the new executive director for the Tucson Audubon Society; and "Stories That Soar!" shares a story written by a 5th grade student who is a Bengali immigrant.

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