If you have ever walked down Fourth Avenue, been to Hotel Congress or seen the Tucson mural on Stone and Speedway, chances are you have seen his work. Meet local artist Danny Martin whose new goal is to hand draw over 100 iconic Tucson landmarks on the spot.
Radio Campus Paris change de peau ! Telle une couleuvre girondine, l?identit? visuelle et sonore de la radio mue vers un univers fait de collages d?chir?s, de compositions audacieuses et de textures synth?tiques. Pour introniser ce nouveau souffle et bien amorcer la rentr?e, Radio Campus Paris investit Petit Bain mercredi 15 octobre et invite sur […]
Aujourd?hui, Radio Campus Paris lance sa nouvelle identit? ! Une identit? visuelle et sonore qui refl?te mieux son esprit ind?pendant, jeune et curieux. On vous dit tout sur la nouvelle charte graphique ! En savoir + : http://bit.ly/ZDB6dj
Four experts–a forensic interviewer, a UA researcher, a forensic psychologist and an experienced prosecutor–weigh in on memory, how it works, how it can fail us, and what that means for our criminal justice system.
People from all ages and walks of life need a second chance in a tough economy. In Tucson, Caridad Community Kitchen is providing that second chance by teaching the art of cooking. Producer/Editor – Mitchell Riley Videographers – Andrew Brown, Bob Lindberg, Steve Riggs
Immigration is more than a political story. It?s a tale of economics, culture and ? most of all ? human striving. Here is the story of a family in Mexico?s southernmost state that is using coffee as a way to prevent illegal immigration to the United States. Story and Video by: Fernanda Echavarri Will Seberger […]
A group of Southern Arizona teens head to the Santa Rita mountains for a week long Media Camp. This is the third year that Arizona 4-H has offered this experience to young campers. Through hands-on experience, they develop media production skills and create their own videos and photographs in a natural environment. They also develop […]
You may heard of the Lowell Obervatory in Flagstaff that played a major role in the discovery of Pluto. Or the Steward Obervatory on the University of Arizona Campus. But there’s a little known traveling “observatory” that brings the night sky to elementary school gymnasiums in Southern Arizona… after it gets inflated, of course.
Between September 28th and October 2nd, tropical storm Octave brought heavy downpours of rain to Southern Arizona. The normally dry Rillito River flooded leaving thousands homeless and claiming the lives of at least 13 people. This was considered to be one of the worst flooding disasters in Arizona’s history.
The 2014 National Climate Assessment states Arizona?s weather will be getting hotter and drier. University of Arizona?s Gregg Garfin discusses the report and Dr. Ralph Fregosi, professor in the UA?s physiology department of neuroscience explains what that means to people who work outdoors.
Everyone knows about Revenge of the Nerds now, but before production began, it was a little known B-Movie that was casting on the University of Arizona campus.