The 2013 Spring Arts Preview 

A show celebrating our continued existence headlines the season in Tucson culture

Who would stage an art show to mark an event that fizzled? Raices Taller 222, that's who. The feisty little gallery with a Latino bent—which created the pointed show How Brown Am I? in the wake of the SB 1070 anti-immigrant bill—this…

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