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Tucson businesses and the next phase of the pandemic

This week, The Buzz examines what changes in public health measures and the economy of the pandemic mean for local businesses.

Tucson city council plans return to in-person meetings

Witnesses for public hearings will be allowed to testify remotely and seating for the public will be limited.

Cyclovia returns to Tucson

The event went on hiatus for two and a half years due to the pandemic.

Recycling on Tucson's curbs and beyond

This week, The Buzz revisits the city's decision to end curbside glass recycling.

"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".

Pima County to receive new allocation of emergency rental funds

The money comes from the state's allocation, which has gone largely untouched.

Tucson looking for developers for new affordable housing

The sites of the projects are located in Menlo Park and Dunbar Spring.

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.

Tucson wants to hear arguments for and against extending road improvement sales tax

Proposition 411 uses revenue from a temporary, half-cent sales tax to improve roadways and other infrastructure in Tucson and expires this year.

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.

Former Tucson legislator Olivia Cajero Bedford dies at age 83

The Tucson native served continuously in either the state house or senate from 2003 to 2019.

Respite and reflection outdoors during the pandemic

Agua Caliente Park, described as 'desert oasis,' is rich in scenery and history.

Thousands of people return to Southern Arizona for gem shows

The Tucson Gem, Mineral and Fossil Showcase is attracting national and international crowds.

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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