Local Matters is a 30 minute talk show produced by Access Tucson to highlight non-profit organizations and groups in Tucson. Local matters matter most on Local Matters. A new episode starts every Sunday at 5pm on Access Tucson channel 74 (Comcast) / 99 (Cox).
See the spunky Sharon Kha, President of the Arizona Chapter of the American Parkinson's Disease Association (AZAPSA) rap, yes RAP about her own trials and tribulations with Parkinson's. Dr. Becky Farley, founder of PWR! GYM is also featured on the show to tell us how moving BIG slows Parkinson's Disease.
Starts Sunday January 3 through Saturday January 9
Host Erica Fluckus discusses the work of the HI-TECH Team from Every Voice in Action Foundation (EVIA) with Robin Soliz, Team Leader and Judith Anderson Ph.D., CEO of EVIA. Projects include the production of a video titled, Seeing Tucson Through the Eyes of Youth and a recent gathering for youth (and families) called "Think. Talk. Take Action!" where youth creatively voiced their concerns and issues to the the community and engaged community leaders in conversation.
Starts Sunday January 10 through Saturday January 16
Founder Philippe Waterinckx tells host Erica Fluckus how the Tucson Community Supported Agriculture (TCSA) organization supports local farming in Tucson.
Starts Sunday January 17 through Saturday January 23
Administrator David Schaller from the City of Tucson Office Of Conservation and Sustainable Development (OCSD) explains to host Dorothy Miller what the City is doing to make Tucson a more sustainable community and to connect you to information and resources that can help you make choices about living more sustainably.
Starts Sunday January 24 through Saturday January 30
Cablecast times for Local Matters:
New episodes start on Sundays at 5pm and continue through the week
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6pm
Saturdays at 5pm
Access Tucson channel 74 (Comcast) / 99 (Cox)