The Gila: River of History

Six hundred miles long from its source in the mountains of southwestern New Mexico to its confluence with the Colorado River above Yuma, the Gila has been an important avenue […]

Arizona Outlaws and the Law (Surprise)

Taking the events from Billy the Kid, who killed his first man in Arizona, the Gunfight at the OK Corral, and the arrest and trial of Ernesto Miranda, this presentation […]

Arizona Kicks on Route 66 (Florence)

U.S. Route 66, known as the “Mother Road,” was built in 1926. It ran from Chicago to L. A. During the depression of the 1930s, it became the major path […]

Wild, Weird, Wicked Arizona (El Mirage)

For a state that has been home to Geronimo, Wyatt Earp, César Chavez and Wonder Women, you would think Arizona earned some respect. Yet achieving statehood was a 50-year struggle, […]

AZ Speaks Highlight: Erik Berg

Rock Hounds and River Rats at the Arizona Museum of Natural History in Mesa on May 12th Erik Berg is an award-winning historian and writer with a special interest in […]

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