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Barbara Kingsolver on Creating "Unsheltered"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The hosts of "Boom Goddess Radio" tell about creating a podcast designed for their generation; and travel writer Jane Stern on exploring the very best American "Roadfood".

Tucson Meet Yourself Enters 44th Year

The folkllife festival will feature old fan favorites and brand new attractions.

Arizona Company Recalls Beef Possibly Contaminated With Salmonella

An investigation found 57 people have become ill so far.

Classes to Teach Mexican Cooking

Sharing the tie of food and family, Tucson Botanical Gardens offers classes this week.

Modernizing Mexican Moonshine: The Future Of Bacanora In Sonora And Beyond

Producers of the Sonoran spirit look to tradition, economic viability and sustainability amid the hope of a growing market for the agave drink.

Arizona Pecan Farmer Calls For Halt to Trade War

Says the Trump administration needs to stop imposing tariffs and instead start negotiating.

Charity Campaign Gives UA Motorists Tasty Alternative to Fines

The university's plan let parking violators pay some tickets with jars of peanut butter.

A Taste of Tucson History

Also on Arizona Spotlight: An update on Central American asylum seekers at the U.S. / Mexico border; using music to build community for America's homeless; learn about the traditions of Ramadan from a Tucson Muslim family

Mexico Hopes Mezcal Will Flow in Arizona for Cinco de Mayo

The Mexican government is sending producers of the agave-distilled spirit to the Southwest.

CDC Expands Warning in E. Coli Outbreak From Arizona Lettuce

Avoid whole heads of romaine from Yuma.

South-Side Food Court Aims to Fill Need on Transforming South Side

American Eat Company is one of many projects promising economic growth in the area.

What Happened to Edible Baja Arizona?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Differing opinions on how money should be spent at the border; Indigenous Voices presents spiritual elder Mona Polacca; and paying attention to Gila woodpeckers.

Edible Baja Won't Turn the Page, Publisher Says

Funding dried up, the magazine has closed and will not relaunch under a new name.

Cochise County Adopts Electronic Version of Food Aid Program

The Women, Infants and Children program distributes aid to qualifying families.

Tucson a Model in Food Biodiversity, Report Says

This year marks the second anniversary since being named a "city of gastronomy."

Episode 344: Still Struggling to Make Ends Meet, Despite Improving Economy

In Phoenix and Tucson, assistance groups are helping tens of thousands of residents.

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