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The Monday Political Face-off with commentators Bruce Ash and Paul Eckerstrom. Also, housing expert John Strobeck has the latest numbers on Tucson real estate, and Joan Lionetti, executive director of Tucson Clean and Beautiful. Read more»

Interviews with Joan Lionetti, Executive Director of Tucson Clean and Beautiful; Tucson's new poet laureate Rebecca Seiferle; LD 10 state House candidate Stefanie Mach (D); and Tom Collier, Buckmaster contributor on consumer affairs. Read more»

Today on Buckmaster - Joan Lionetti, head of Tucson Clean and Beautiful, comet discover David Levy, Sherri Jerzyk, of Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson, and nutrition reporter Jack Challem. Read more»

Tucson Clean and Beautiful will collect old computers, televisions and small appliances in its first electronic recycling collection of 2012. Read more»

Today on Buckmaster — Democrat David Crowe, certified financial planner Shelly Fishman, Mark Koskiniemi talks about his failed effort to get on the ballot for the special April 17th primary in CD8, and Joan Lionetti of Tucson Clean and Beautiful. Read more»

Tucson Clean and Beautiful will collect old computers, televisions and small appliances in its first electronic recycling collection of 2012. Read more»

As winter temperatures linger, it is a good time to plant trees before the weather warms, said Tucson Clean & Beautiful about their Trees for Tucson Program, which is taking applications for low-cost shade trees. Read more»

Tucson Clean and Beautiful is looking for volunteers to help pick up city and county parks, washes and roadways. Although 211 sites have been adopted by community groups and businesses, there are still hundreds that have not been picked. Read more» 1

Tucsonans who want to create more shade around their homes can buy low-cost desert trees through the Trees for Tucson program, which promotes planting trees to reduce energy and pollution around the city. Read more»

Political commentators Bruce Ash and Paul Eckerstrom square off on the topic of legislative redistricting on the Monday Political Face-Off. Read more»