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Arizona Outlaws and the Law – Coolidge

Smitten By Stone: How We Came to Love the Grand Canyon – Coolidge

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Apaches and their Horses – Sedona

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Arizona Stories: Frontier Characters and Communities – Wickenburg

FRANK Talk – We The People: What does it mean to be a U.S. Citizen? – Apache Junction

Archaeology Cafe: Sonoran Desert Food and Lifeways, Past and Present (Phoenix)

The Woman Who Shot Cowboys: Rodeo Photographer Louise L. Serpa – Surprise

Four Corners: The Southwest’s Cultural Crossroad – Tucson

Cowpokes, Crooks, and Cactus: Arizona in the Movies – Sedona

Arizona Stories: Frontier Characters and Communities – Tucson

The Sixties:  The British Invasion – Tucson

FRANK Talk – Crime, Punishment, and Prisons in America – Coolidge

Set in Stone but Not in Meaning: Southwestern Indian Rock Art – Prescott Valley

AZ H2O + Art (Florence)

The Orphan Trains, Foundlings on the Frontier (Globe)

FRANK Talk – Energy in an Uncertain World – Tucson

Water/Ways Grand Opening (Sierra Vista)

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Life on the Lazy B as Lived by an American Cowboy and Rancher – Apache Junction

The Diamond Jubilee of Cadet Nurses in Arizona: Stories of Service – Florence

Ghost Towns of the Second World War: Arizona’s Historic Military Sites – Parker

Wild, Weird, Wicked Arizona – Waddell

“Protecting a Way of Life” Kinship Responsibilities – Casa Grande

Arizona Kicks on Route 66 – Ajo

Women of the Arizona State Prison – Eloy

How the Piano Keyboard Changed the World – Florence

Stacks After Dark – Water Panel Discussion (Sierra Vista)

FRANK Talk – Know Your First Amendment: What is freedom of speech, press, religion and assembly? – Pinetop-Lakeside

The Woman Who Shot Cowboys: Rodeo Photographer Louise L. Serpa – Buckeye

Empire to Las Cienegas NCA: Ranching and Historic Landscape Change – Arivaca

Set in Stone but Not in Meaning: Southwestern Indian Rock Art – Kingman

Four Corners: The Southwest’s Cultural Crossroad – Patagonia

Arizona Stories: Frontier Characters and Communities – Prescott

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John Wesley Powell:  Into the Great Unknown – Apache Junction

The Orphan Trains, Foundlings on the Frontier (Camp Verde)

Wild, Weird, Wicked Arizona – Parker

FRANK Talk – Water in the Southwest: Where have we been, and where are we going? – Ajo

Arizona Kicks on Route 66 – Lake Havasu

Wild, Weird, Wicked Arizona – Lake Havasu

Coming Home to a Place You’ve Never Been Before – Casa Grande

FRANK Talk – The spread of fake news: Is there a vaccine for that? – Chandler

Specters of the Past: Arizona’s Ghost Towns – Ajo

Arizona Goes to the Moon – Phoenix

Women of the Arizona State Prison – Phoenix

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Literary Landscapes: Keeonna Harris & Saretta Morgan (Phoenix)

Specters of the Past: Arizona’s Ghost Towns – Apache Junction

Sheep Ranchers and Herders of Arizona – Goodyear

FRANK Talk – Know Your First Amendment: What is freedom of speech, press, religion and assembly? – Glendale

Along the California Trail – Wellton

Celebrities, Artists…and Good Places to Drink (Florence)

Foreign Film Friday: Amélie (Phoenix)

Ghost Towns of the Second World War: Arizona’s Historic Military Sites (Ajo)

John Wesley Powell: Into the Great Unknown (Phoenix)

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