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Reports of Access Tucson's death are greatly exaggerated. For the second time in less than a month, Tucson media reported that the City Council eliminated funding for the public access organization. Neither of those votes ever happened. Read more»

An open letter to Mayor & Council by Access' board chair, Bob Kovitz: If the city continues to compel Cox to collect over $3 million annually via that fee, it would be duplicitous (at best) and basic "bait and switch" (at worst) if those funds did not flow to Access Tucson per the existing agreement. Read more»

Voices Inc., a local nonprofit community media project, celebrates another successful academic year with a "free fundraiser" at the Temple of Music and Art on Wednesday. Read more»

Michael W. Kaiser, president of The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts told Tucson arts leaders Monday that groups that all arts nonprofits, and particularly ethnically diverse groups, need to increase private funding. Read more»