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Audrey Avesi

Meet Audrey Avesi, UBRP Junior. Between trying to cure cancer and fund a book drive Audry has a pretty packed schedule. Her main goal would be to target a type of breast cancer that has no known treatment. Audrey met up with sixty five other UBRP students from varying backgrounds. From gila monsters to bio-mechanical… Read more »

Compost Cats Doo Good

May 3- 9 was National Compost Awareness Week. In order to extend compost awareness beyond that, the Weekly Green spoke with Chester Phillips, Director of the Compost Cats Project at the University of Arizona. The Compost Cats team collaborates with the City of Tucson to collect compostable materials, and with the Tohono O’odham Nation to turn these in compost at the San… Read more »

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The Panza Monologues Part 1

30 Minutes features a panel from the Pima County Public Library’s Nuestras Raices Pavillion at the 2015 Tucson Festival Books called The Panza Monologues: Book Reading and Platica. The Panza Monologues feature the words of Chicanas speaking with humor and candor about their panzas. The Panelists are Virginia Grise and Irma Mayorga. This is the… Read more »

Board of Supervisors Approves Solar Contract

(From the May 6 press release:) The Pima County Board of Supervisors at its May 5 meeting unanimously approved a 20-year contract to have solar-covered parking structures installed at 11 locations in the county. The new solar installations are part of an ongoing effort to integrate renewable energy in County operations, said Linda Mayro, director… Read more »

Wild Tales

Six stories involving extreme reactions to stress are given the apt title of Wild Tales, a film from Argentina, written and directed by Damian Szifron. At least that seems to be the common theme of the movie—anger, revenge, and dishonesty also thread their way through these stories. Szifron seems to enjoy putting his characters through… Read more »

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Blown Away

Petey complains about spring winds, but a butterfly seems to bring him around. Let’s listen.

National Park Service Urban Agenda

At the occasion of its centennial next year, the National Park Service has chosen 10 cities around the country for the launch of its Urban Agenda Program. One of these is Tucson. The Weekly Green spoke with Diana Rhoades, NPS Urban Fellow for Tucson.

A triple silver lining

Meet Aanika Balaji, UBRP ambassador. Not only does she go around and educate people about the UBRP program to get them interested, she works as a microbiologist, helping to combat triple negative cancer with a new drug. She would love to work in women’s health and can’t wait to hear her song,  For The Foxes…. Read more »

Still Alice

Still Alice, a film by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, tells of a professor at Columbia University named Alice Howland, who at the age of 50 is diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s, and fights to preserve her memory and awareness for as long as she can, while her family—her husband and three adult children, deal… Read more »

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The Restore

TMM Family Services’ Restore recycles building materials, appliances, furniture and more donated by individuals and companies and resells them to the public at low cost. The proceeds are used to support TMMFS’ programs. The Weekly Green spoke with TMMFS Director of Community Relations and Volunteer Coordinator Brooke Nowak.

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AZ Queer Archives Pop Up on 4th Avenue

30 Minutes speaks with Archivist and Project Director of the Arizona Queer Archives (AQA) Jamie Lee. On Sunday, April 26th, Arizona Queer Archives and Feminist Action Research in Rhetoric (FARR) presented Pop-Up archives featuring the Southwest Feminists Reunite Group. The Pop-Up archives seek to take the archival records of the 1970s feminists and lesbian feminists… Read more »

Va Savoir

Jacques Rivette is one of the veterans of the French New Wave that rocked the world of cinema in the 1960s. He hasn’t made as many films as the others, and is therefore not as well known as he deserves to be. A good example of what he can do, released in 2001, is a… Read more »

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Petey needs to talk about currants and gooseberries and he does. You better listen.

Vanessa Lundon live in Studio 2A for Locals Only!

Listen in for another great live and local performance from Studio 2A on Locals Only. This time, Vannessa Lundon joins host Matt Milner for the second hour live performance. In between sets of music they discuss the song writing process, recording an album, her upcoming show at Club Congress on Saturday, April 25th and much… Read more »

Desert Sky Music, Art & Sustainability Festival

The Desert Sky Music, Art & Sustainability Festival will be held October 2-4 at the Harmony & Health Ranch, about 20 miles west of downtown Tucson. October seems a long way off, but preparation of the site, using all renewable or recycled materials, is going to start within a few weeks. If you want to lend… Read more »

CAN’T WAIT EPISODE 001 Part 2

Nick Prevenas, Matt Milner, and Rusty Boulet-Stephenson answer listener questions about the start of the NBA playoffs.

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An Energy Partnership Climate Solution for Tucson?

30 Minutes features John Farrell, director of the Energy Self-Reliant States and Communities program at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance in Minneapolis, and Ron Proctor Co-Chair of Sustainable Tucson and Co-Chair of the City of Tucson Climate Change Advisory Committee. The Institute for local Self-Reliance in Minneapolis has been party to a first-in-the-nation partnership between… Read more »

Maps to the Stars

Maps to the Stars opens with a simple credit sequence against a painted backdrop of stars in the sky. There’s a kind of pun intended. The maps referred to in the title are more prosaic—the tourist maps that you can buy in Hollywood that can guide you to the neighborhoods and homes of various movie… Read more »

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Calexico Live in Studio 2A for Locals Only!

Tucson and KXCI favorite, Calexico, join Matt Milner in Studio 2A for an amazing live performance on Locals Only! The seven piece band jammed into Studio 2A to play eight new songs and talk about creating the new album, Edge of the Sun, out now on Anti Records and Drag City Records. This is a Studio 2A performance… Read more »

Metropia Predictive Traffic Management App

Metropia, in partnership with the Pima Association of Governments (PAG) and in collabaration with the University of Arizona, has developed a mobile app with the capability to predict traffic patterns. This enables users to adjust their departure time and routes to avoid congested areas.  The app feeds back traffic and road condition data to public works agencies, so these… Read more »

Leviathan

The best works of art, in film and in literature in general, often have a multilayered quality. They can be enjoyed and appreciated on one level, while additional levels of meaning and significance reveal themselves for those who are open to them. This is the effect that Leviathan, the latest film from Russian director Andrey… Read more »

The Low Wines live in Studio 2A!

  The Low Wines join Matt Milner in Studio 2A for a live performance during the second half of Locals Only! Listen to an incredible hour of live local music, while in between sets they discuss the creation of the band, upcoming shows and general debauchery! Tucson Garage Country at its finest!   Facebook Reverbnation… Read more »

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EARTH DAY The 21st Earth Day Festival will be held on Saturday, April 18th, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Reid Park on South Country Club Road. There will be an environmentally-themed parade at 10 a.m. Eco-minded scouts, schools, non-profits, families, businesses, agencies, clubs and organizations are all invited to join for free. There are… Read more »

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While weeding and cleaning his greenhouse Petey finds a nifty native Salvia sp. and tells us all about it.

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KXCI & Arizona Gives Day 2015 & You

Pledge your support to KXCI on Arizona Gives Day 2015– a powerful 24 hour online giving experience that unites Arizonans around causes they believe in. Hosted by the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and the Arizona Grantmakers Forum, Arizona Gives Day is a great way for nonprofits to connect to the larger community. Last year KXCI… Read more »

Night and the City

   Night and the City, a 1950 crime drama directed by Jules Dassin, tells the story of petty gambler and hustler Harry Fabian (played by Richard Widmark) who finds what he thinks is a perfect stroke of luck: a chance encounter that puts him in a position to be a big player in the London… Read more »

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Ice Cream Social

Author and independent journalist Brad Edmondson was in Tucson for the 2015 Tucson Festival of Books to discuss his book Ice Cream Social: The Struggle for Ben & Jerry’s Soul. Edmondson stopped by the KXCI studios while he was in town to tell us this story. From modest roots to iconic success,  has always been… Read more »

Mr. Turner

The artist as hero—it’s a persistent myth, and of course filmmakers have long been in the habit of putting heroes at the center of their stories. English director Mike Leigh, himself one of the foremost artists of cinema, knows very well that an artist is a human being, subject to the same flaws and even… Read more »

Watershed Management Group’s Consulting Services!

  This week’s interview on The Weekly Green, is with the ever so hilarious Kieran Sikdar, Program Manager, from Watershed Management Group. Listen to Kieran tell us all about WMG’s Consulting Services. From WMG’s site: “Get expert advice and all your questions answered about: water conservation and water harvesting, edible landscapes, landscape restoration, and green… Read more »

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Gamma Like Very Ultra live in Studio 2A for Locals Only!

    Gamma Like Very Ultra joins Matt Milner in Studio 2A for a live performance during the second hour Locals Only, Monday, March 23rd. In between sets Gamma Like Very Ultra discusses the formation of the band and the writing process they use to create their unique sound, as well as their upcoming show. Gamma… Read more »

Whitehorse 2 songs and interview in KXCI’s Studio 2A

Canadian duo Whitehorse stopped by KXCI in November 2103. Here are two intimate songs and an interview from that live performance in Studio 2A. Whitehorse are playing Club Congress this Monday, March 23rd, 7pm. Whitehorse is the musical (and literal) marriage of singer/songwriter Melissa McClelland and guitar virtuoso Luke Doucet. As solo artists, both have… Read more »

A Film Snob’s Favorites of ’14

I’ve decided that a “best films of the year” list is an illusion. All I can really give you is a “favorite films that I saw this year” list. There are so many excellent films being made, but only a fraction of them played on a big screen here. The reason? Tucson’s one art house… Read more »

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Web Week thru March 20

Support KXCI  with a new or renewing pledge today and you’ll be entered to win fabulous prizes, including an opportunity to attend a live recording of Calexico on March 24th in Studio 2a. Thanks in advance for helping us to make this our most successful Membership Drive ever. Membership is our largest single form of… Read more »

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Black Swallowtail

When Petey gets done slinging binomials around he finally decides to talk about a very cool native butterfly.

Shade Trees with Trees for Tucson

    Learn about the Shade Tree program via Trees for Tucson. This week Gretchen, of The Weekly Green, talks with Rocky Yosek about how to get discounted shade trees delivered to your home! Did you know you can get shade trees for $8.00? And, you can get more trees every year!   Air dates:… Read more »

Selma

As timely as it is, Selma, the new film by Ava DuVernay, also represents a refreshing approach to historical drama. In depicting a crucial period in American history, it resists the softening that too often mars our view of the past, choosing instead to favor the pain and complexity that we tend to ignore. Selma… Read more »

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HOPE, Inc. AMP Benefit at Armory Park Saturday March 14

This is your 91.3 KXCI weekend spotlight … This week we spotlight a benefit concert to support HOPE, Inc.’s newest endeavor: the Anchor Music Project (AMP) on Saturday, March 14 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Armory Park Center, 220 South 5th Ave. All ticket revenue will go toward funding AMP, which will serve… Read more »

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Take my breath away

Meet Sheryl Chen, a senior at the University of Arizona. Sheryl was born and raised in Malaysia, but ten years ago moved here with her family.  She studies allergies and asthma, and the different chemicals involved in triggering asthma attacks. From cockroaches to shrimp shells, take on an experience as you discover the human respiratory system…. Read more »

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U of A Jazz Combo Live in Studio 2A on Locals Only

Get ready for some amazing jazz performed live by the U of A Jazz Combo in Studio 2A for the second hour of Locals Only on Monday, February 16th. The U of A Jazz Combo is led by Angelo Versace, the new Director Of Jazz at the University of Arizona, and the band is comprised… Read more »

Inherent Vice

You’ve heard of a shaggy dog story. Inherent Vice, the marvelous new film by Paul Thomas Anderson, is a shaggy hippie story. Joaquin Phoenix plays a stoner private detective named Doc Sportello, with wild unkempt hair and muttonchop whiskers, living in a southern California beach town in 1970. He is visited by an ex-girlfriend named… Read more »

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50 Years: Tucson’s African American Community

Former Tucson vice mayor and retired Tucson Unified School District principal Charles Ford, Ph.D.; and Native Tucsonan and former president of the Dunbar Coalition and Cressworth Lander weighed in on the civil rights movement in Tucson. On January 15, 2013 The University of Arizona Library Special collections unveiled a new exhibition which reflects on 50… Read more »

Nightcrawler

Jake Gyllenhaal has done a lot of good interesting work over the years. Now he’s turned in what I would call a virtuoso performance, playing a very disturbing and unappealing character, Louis Bloom, in Nightcrawler, written and directed by David Gilroy. We first meet Lou Bloom stealing copper wire from a warehouse and slugging the… Read more »

Effective Tree Planting (Part One) With Brad Lancaster

  Gretchen of The Weekly Green talks with Brad Lancaster about tree planting in Tucson. This segment, part 1 of 2, delves into tree placement for maximum effectiveness. Brad explains tree planting should be prioritized first on the west side of your home, then east, north then finally south. He also explains why and gives some great tips…. Read more »

Human Behavior Live in Studio 2A!

Human Behavior joins Matt Milner for the second hour of Locals Only to perform live in Studio 2A on Monday, February 23rd. Listen in as Human Behavior plays music from their new album, “Bethphage” in a stripped down live setting for the first half hour, then moving in to the on-air studio to play some… Read more »

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African Latinas in Colonial Arizona

Today on 30 Minutes, scholar and story teller Dr. Michael Engs tells little known stories about African Latinas in colonial Arizona. He is co-owner of Arizona Heritage Tours. He is also a volunteer with the Tucson Presidio Trust. He strives to bring the history of Black people and their extensive contributions to the settlement of… Read more »

The Great Beauty

Self-confidence doesn’t seem to be a problem for Italian director Paolo Sorrentino. His latest picture, The Great Beauty, winner of the foreign language film Oscar this year, opens with amazing audacity. After a prologue featuring a choir singing weird ethereal music near the great fountain of Acqua Paola in Rome while Japanese tourists snap photos,… Read more »

Advocates For Snake Preservation

  Gretchen of The Weekly Green interviews Melissa Amarello, Co Founder & Director of Education for Advocates for Snake Preservation. ASP’s Mission is “to use science, education, and advocacy to promote compassionate conservation and coexistence with snakes.” More from their website: “Snakes are threatened by many of the same issues that affect all wildlife, including… Read more »

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4th Annual Youth and Peace Conference

30 Minutes speaks with Ann Yellott, Culture of Peace Alliance Grants Coordinator, and Andrea Martinez, senior at Pueblo High School and youth chair of the Youth and Peace Conference Planning Committee. The 4th Annual Youth and Peace Conference takes place Saturday, February 21st at Higher Ground at Wakefield, 101 W. 44th St from 9am to… Read more »

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Mute Swan Live in Studio 2A on Locals Only

Mute Swan joins Matt Milner live in Studio 2A for the second hour of Locals Only on Monday, February 9th 2015. Mute Swan discusses in depth the formation of the band and the creative process of writing material for their new album as well as the recording process involved, all in between sets of great… Read more »

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Black Medicine Live in Studio 2A on Locals Only

Black Medicine joins Matt Milner live in Studio 2A for the second hour of Locals Only Monday, January 12th 2015. Just back in Tucson from a multi-state tour, Black Medicine discusses their history and future releases in between sets of great music! Black Medicine Facebook Black Medicine Soundcloud

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Vox Urbana Live in Studio 2A on Locals Only

Vox Urbana joins Matt Milner for a long awaited live performance in Studio 2A for the second hour of Locals Only on Monday, February 2nd, 2015. Listen to an amazing hour of live and local music from Vox Urbana, while in between sets they discuss the formation of the band, the creative process for writing their music as… Read more »

Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers with Gabriel Sullivan at Rialto Theater Saturday February 14, 2015

Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers with Gabriel Sullivan at Rialto Theater this Saturday February 14th Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers with Gabriel Sullivan   More information and tickets can be found at http://www.rialtotheatre.com/event/755785-roger-clyne-peacemakers-tucson/ The weekend spotlight is sponsored by The Tucson Museum of Art, located downtown. Events and exhibitions can be found at TucsonMuseumOfArt.Org

Desert Harvesters with Brad Lancaster

This week, Gretchen was super-excited to talk to the amazing Brad Lancaster, author of Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond. The whole interview is here, online @ 5:24. It was abbreviated on the radio broadcast, in the interest of time. Gretchen talks with Brad, here, about Desert Harvesters and what types of foods are edible in the… Read more »

Wild

Wild, a film by Jean-Marc Vallee, tells the story of a woman who backpacks the Pacific Crest Trail. One of the things I like about it is that it pays attention to little mundane details, like what exactly you should put in a pack, what kind of boots to wear, and how to keep yourself… Read more »

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PSAs for Feburary 6-13, 2015

Here are the four Public Service Announcements currently in rotation on KXCI! PSA A Living Streets Alliance announces a Kidical Mass bike ride on Saturday, February 14th at noon, starting from and returning to Blenman Elementary School, 1695 N. Country Club. There will be bike repair, helmets for youth, ice cream treats and more. Kidical… Read more »

Brian Lopez this Friday at Monterey Court February 6, 2015

Brian Lopez & Carlos Arzate & The Kind Souls  perform this Friday February 6th at Monterey Court Monterey Court Studio Galleries and Cafe 505 W Miracle Mile $10 advance  / $15 d.o.s. *All Ages Brian Lopez   Carlos Arzate & The Kind Souls open the night  – See more at: https://kxci.org/event/brian-lopez-guest-carlos-arzate-monterey-court/ The weekend spotlight is… Read more »

Yaaba

In a small African village, a boy is drawn to an old woman, despite her ostracism by the village as a witch. Defying his strict father, he makes friends with her, calling her “Yaaba” (grandmother). Yaaba is also the name of the film, made in 1989 and directed by Idrissa Ouedraogo. It’s from Burkina Faso… Read more »

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Prison Policy: A Crime Against Our Community Part 2

Excerpts from a December 2014 panel discussion convened by the YWCA Tucson called Prison Policy: A Crime Against Our Community. Today’s speaker is Tom Litwicki, CEO of Old Pueblo Community Services whose mission is to support those in our community who are currently struggling with addiction, homelessness, and mental health concerns, by providing dignified supportive… Read more »

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Amy Mendoza Live in Studio 2A on Locals Only – Part 2

Amy Mendoza joins Matt Milner live in Studio 2A for the second hour of Locals Only on Monday, January 26th 2015. Amy discusses her upcoming album release at the Flycatcher on January 31st, the process of writing and recording the album and being the front person of the band in between sets of great music!  

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Amy Mendoza Live in Studio 2A on Locals Only – Part 1

Amy Mendoza joins Matt Milner live in Studio 2A for the second hour of Locals Only on Monday, January 26th 2015. Amy discusses her upcoming album release at the Flycatcher on January 31st, the process of writing and recording the album and being the front person of the band in between sets of great music!  

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“Cowboy Operetta” Concert at El Casino Ballroom Saturday January 31, 2015

“Cowboy Operetta” benefit concert event this Saturday January 31st at 7pm at The El Casino Ballroom.  “A Cowboy Operetta” Benefit Concert Featuring Cory Padilla and LeeAnne Savage Benefiting Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund – Formed by Justin Boots with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA), the 501-C3 non-profit charity… Read more »

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Thesis Thursday- Rockstar Science

Biochemistry and Molecular and Cellular Biology, that is what Britney is studying. Though, not a UBRP Student she will be giving talks, presentations, and looks forward to do further research on cancer. For now, she researches cells and listens to Sam Smith

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Thesis Thursday-I Am Iron Man

Theresa is a senior at the University of Arizona. She is studying the reproductive systems of mosquitos, mainly the iron that is used. This educational experience will leave several mosquito myths broken, while also informing you about the commitment of the average UBRP student. Later, we hear the Beatles Hey Jude and Aviccii. All this… Read more »

Water Harvesting Rebate Classes with Watershed Management Group

  This week Gretchen of The Weekly Green gets the some deets on Watershed Management Group’s H20 Harvesting classes provided by Kieran Sikdar, Program Manager @ WMG. The class is required before Tucson Water will provide a rebate. “The Tucson Water Rainwater Harversting rebate will reimburse up to $2,000 for residential rainwater-harvesting systems. This includes systems installed… Read more »

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Rejoice, spring is on the way

Between the Mesquitey chickens finally laying some eggs and the point leaf  manzanita blooming in the hills, there is much excitement around the ol’ homestead.

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Prison Policy: A Crime Against Our Community Part 1

 Today on 30 Minutes, we’ll hear excerpts from a December 2014 panel discussion convened by the YWCA Tucson called Prison Policy: A Crime Against Our Community. Today’s speaker is Caroline Isaacs, MSW, Program Director of Arizona American Friends Service Committee. She describes some history of US and Arizona prison policy and the impacts on our… Read more »

The Babadook

It’s good to be able to recommend a new horror film, what with all the sadistic trash that is called by that name nowadays. From Australian writer-director Jennifer Kent comes The Babadook, intelligent horror with a point. Essie Davis plays Amelia, whom we first meet dreaming about a car crash. She’s a single mom with… Read more »

MarchFourth Marching Band at Rialto Theater Saturday January 24, 2015

The Haymarket Squares and The March forth Marching Band perform Saturday January 24th at The Rialto Theatre in an all ages 8:00pm show.     March Fourth Marching Band is a mobile big band spectacular, consisting of saxophones, trombones, trumpets and a drum/percussion corps, anchored by pumping battery-powered electric bass. Stilt­walkers, dancing girls, flag twirlers, clown… Read more »

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“Originate Building Materials” Locally Owned & Environmentally Friendly

Gretchen of The Weekly Green interviews Natasha Winnik of Originate Natural Building Materials.   Natasha is the owner of a Originate, which has been around for 11 years, in the Dunbar Spring Neighborhood in Downtown Tucson. “Originate is a natural building materials showroom that specializes in interior finishes that are environmentally friendly, non-toxic, durable, and… Read more »

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Trees For Tucson: An Overview

This week’s segment is an interview with Rocky Yosek, Operations Coordinator for Trees for Tucson. “Trees for Tucson is an urban forestry program designed to reduce energy consumption and encourage conservation through planting trees.” TEP & Trico customers can trees purchase every year at a reduced price.   “In addition to trees and tree-planting events,… Read more »

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Community Reflections on Martin Luther King, Jr. 2015

On Monday, January 19, 2015th from 7am to 6pm, KXCI will honor the legacy of the civil rights struggle by featuring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speech segments throughout the day as KXCI programmers spin a great mix of socially relevant music. KXCI has also recorded the following speakers from our community and will broadcast… Read more »

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MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY FESTIVAL COMMITTEE 2015 Events

TUCSON OBSERVES MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY HOLIDAY WITH FREEDOM BELL RINGING AND 30TH ANNUAL MARCH AND FESTIVAL The Martin Luther King (MLK) Day Festival Committee is planning two events for this year’s holiday celebration. The first event will be held at El Presidio Park at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 17. The Freedom Bell Ringing… Read more »

Five Easy Pieces

Five Easy Pieces, a 1970 film by Bob Rafelson, is an important milestone in the all-too brief American cinema renaissance of the late 60s to mid-70s. And it holds a special place in my regard. If you haven’t seen it, you may nevertheless have seen the famous clip of Jack Nicholson trying to order toast… Read more »

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Black Life Matters Conference

The UA Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, The Feminist Wire, Lehigh University, the Human Rights Campaign and more than 30 units across the UA campus are sponsoring the Black Life Matters Conference, which will be held January 15th-17th in Tucson. 30 Minutes spoke with three of the local conference organizers: Monica J. Casper, UA’s… Read more »

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The Documented Border with Luis Alberto Urrea

In October 2014, The University of Arizona Libraries, The Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry, The UA School of Art, The UA School of Journalism, and the Center for Border and Global Journalism convened to hold an opening event for The Documented Border Exhibit and Digital Archive. Today on 30 Minutes, we’ll hear celebrated author Luis Alberto… Read more »