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Acclaimed writer Leslie Marmon Silko shares secrets from "The Turquoise Ledge"

Her first book in ten years explores her own life and that of the Sonoran Desert in a non-linear fashion.

Got Tamales?

Culinary tradition in high demand during holidays

Where Art, Archaeology and Geology Meet

Authors celebrate the pottery of Mata Ortiz

Web Feature: To Walk in Two Worlds

A Navajo herbalist packs traditional healing into travel-sized tins

Cyberbullying on the Rise

UA researcher works to develop preventive measures

Singer/Songwriter Melds Cultural Traditions

A Russian-born musician rises in pop music circles

The Return of All Souls

The 21st Annual All Souls Procession: Click to see the sights and sounds.

Tucson Neon Signs Historic Preservation Dilemma

Citizens work to keep the city's iconic signs shining

The Tucson Symphony Orchestra's 82nd Season

George Hanson talks about the TSO's upcoming season, his time in Austria, and what it's like to conduct Mozart from the piano.

Bellagio-style Fountains for Downtown Tucson?

Local real estate agent is inspired by Las Vegas attraction and hopes for similar project in Tucson.

4-Way Battle For Senate In District 28

Four candidates vie for the Senate seat in Arizona Legislative District 28: Democratic Sen. Paul Aboud, Republican Greg Krino and Independents Ted Downing and Dave Ewoldt.

She Bets Her Life!

Mary Sojourner, an NPR commentator, talks about her new book titled "She Bets Her Life, a True Story of Gambling Addiction."

Battle for the State's Top Money Man

Democrat Andrei Cherny and Republican Doug Ducey face-off in their battle to become Arizona State Treasurer.

September 11th Commemorative Concert

Multi-Faith Alliance to gather in Tucson on 9/11

Roger McGuinn

A true rock legend, Roger McGuinn shares some exclusive songs and stories on Arizona Spotlight. Listen Friday and Saturday, October 22nd & 23rd.

Spotlight Session: Mirror Image

Listen to the harmonious music made by twin sisters Andrea and Juliet Wilhelmi, Mirror Image.

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