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Tasty and culturally rich: tamale time

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During the holidays, the demand for homemade tamales surpasses any other month of the year.. These individually wrapped presents involve...

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Tours of historic missions return after years of violence in Sonora

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Touring the historic Spanish missions of the Sonoran border region is now possible again after years of violence in Mexico. The...

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Have your cake and eat it too: gluten-free industry has high hopes for growth

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Thirteen years ago, Gluten Free Creations Bakery opened in Phoenix as the very first entirely gluten-free bakery in Arizona. Now there are...

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AZ craft beer industry tapping in to its full potential

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With the number of microbreweries in Arizona doubling since 2011, the Legislature next year will have the opportunity to boost the growing...

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Groups pitch in to strengthen access to dental services

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  Of all the medical services you can get for free or nearly free in community clinics around the state, dental isn’t one of...

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Kilometers to miles: debate over changing highway signs

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Driving along I-19, you might have to remember your grade school days of learning the metric system. The highway signs along I-19 show...

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Downtown hosts 41st Annual Tucson Meet Yourself Festival

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  Southern Arizona’s largest folklife festival is celebrating its 41st year this weekend. Tucson Meet Yourself festival runs Friday...

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Sip and settle in for a night at a local paint bar

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Paint and wine studios are growing from a niche industry to a sweeping trend across the country.Arizona has seen more than half a dozen...

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‘Community’ the Focus for UA Employee

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With such a diverse student population at the University of Arizona, Tannya Gaxiola, the special advisor to the president of UA on public...

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Shonto Canyon Jewelry Gives Back to Navajo Nation

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Local jewelry designer Pam Evans had a childhood far from ordinary. Raised on the Navajo Nation, she was surrounded by rich tribal...

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