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  • Meat Your Master: Jay's Barbecue
  • Meat Your Master: Jay's Barbecue

    Pitmaster Justin Johns of Jay’s Barbecue on the art of true Texas-style brisket
      "You can't just stick a meat thermometer in and tell if a brisket is done," he says. "You have to pick it up and feel it."
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  • Repeal the Deal
  • Repeal the Deal

    The San Carlos Apache tribe and supporters take on corporate backroom politics in a fight for the sacred lands of Oak Flats
  • The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth
  • The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth

    Scenes From Phoenix ComiCon 2015
      The Avengers assembled. The Spideys were amazing. Hulks smashed. Supermen and Batmen and Wonder Women came in league. And royalty majesty was remarkably common: the Queen of Dragons, Princess Elsa, Sleeping Beauty and Maleficient were all present.
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  • Broadway Limbo
  • Broadway Limbo

    Yes, there were tons of committee meetings and everyone should be happy about the Broadway widening project, but trouble is, they aren’t
      Over the last five years, Rick McGarrey has spent $600,000 fixing up his Broadway Boulevard property. He could have spent another quarter of a million dollars on his energy-efficient office spaces, but when he heard about the latest proposal for the Broadway widening project, he canceled all future renovations.
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  • South Tucson: The Pueblo Within the Problems
  • South Tucson: The Pueblo Within the Problems

    The City of South Tucson is promoting homeownership, but needs affordable housing options to make it happen
      As South Tucson struggles at every level, establishing a foundation for dignified living conditions is key to see the city improve economically.
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  • Blood and Education
  • Blood and Education

    Negotiations between a teachers union and the Mexican government continue as a neoliberal education reform is violently imposed in the country
      Enrique Santiz begins to cry when he thinks about the last days of school with his students—all between 10 and 11 years old. He wonders about their future.
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