Mexican American studies ban back in court

A judge plans to rule soon on a challenge to an Arizona law that ended the Mexican American Studies program in Tucson’s largest school district. Rene Martinez, one of the teacher plaintiffs in the original lawsuit, talks about the background of the case.

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Rene Martinez: Plaintiff in First Mexican-American Studies Ban Trial

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'Julia Child's Best Bites' celebrates 'The French Chef' herself

More than 50 years after its debut, "The French Chef" remains important television. That’s why today’s most popular chefs, celebrities and Julia devotees have joined PBS to share personal insights and engage in light-hearted conversations as they screen — and delight in — Julia’s most-beloved episodes.

Watch the new season of 'Plate & Pour' every Thursday at 7 p.m.

Each week, Chef Mark Tarbell visits with local restaurateurs and bartenders, and he joins chefs as they show off their expertise. Experience the science and artistry behind some of the region’s most innovative and popular dishes as Tarbell sets out to explore recent developments and trends in the Arizona culinary scene. 

Celtic Woman celebrates 15 years of making music

Celtic Woman – the most successful all-female group in Irish history – is celebrating 15 phenomenal years of making music. "Celtic Woman: The Best Of" is filled with favorite songs from their journey so far.