How one man's ensuring a musical tradition lives on in future generations.
While different interest groups debate new copper mining projects on Arizona public land, two artists explore our relationship to copper. A new exhibition examines copper as a limited resource, and our reliance on it.
Navajo singer Radmilla Cody has been nominated for her first Grammy. She will likely turn heads at the ceremony Sunday in Los Angeles in her traditional Navajo dress and moccasins. But the former Miss Navajo has never been afraid to stand out in a crowd.
Border artists are reclaiming spaces once lost to violence. In a way they are also historians -- telling the stories of their communities as they've lived them. One photographer is helping those stories reach an audience far beyond the border.
Twenty-three year old Navajo artist Tom Greyeyes goes bold and big in his mixed media art. Some of his art expresses the struggle of belonging to two worlds.
The Latino vote, The Best Quesadilla of 2012, border drones, Nafta and piggy banks, Fronteras Desk looks back at some of their favorite stories of the year.
A series of early childhood books filled with art with a bilingual spin is selling so well the creators are expanding the series.
Famed Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera was killed in a plane crash early Sunday morning.
For one dancer in the Phoenix area, the revelation of her Jewish heritage late in life has connected to her to a musical tradition, if not a religious one.
Hanukkah begins Saturday night. Among those celebrating the Jewish holiday in Phoenix are a small number of Hispanics who didn’t grow up with the tradition, but are returning to what they say is their Jewish heritage.