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March 08, 2012

  • Aired: 03/08/2012
  • 27:44
  • Rating: NR
We explore artists' books that challenge traditional forms--books bound inside tree trunks, rocks, or jars. Also present: RN Emily Pogue, Pima County Public Library's newest addition, who will travel between different libraries to offer health advice. Also, hear about Arizona's first 3-organ transplant and dive into local independent bookstores.
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Exploring books that challenge traditional forms--bound in tree trunks, rocks, or jars.
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