How Folklore Can Shape Our Climate Futures. Yes Magazine. April 12, 2024.

Arizona artists selected to help pass on their practices, culture to emerging talents. Arizona Daily Star. Dec. 20, 2023.

Tucson Meet Yourself festival receives grant to plan 50th anniversary. AZPM. Jan 18, 2023.

New Exhibit Highlights Cultural Practices at End of Life. Arizona Daily Star. Sept. 20, 2022.

Az State Museum exhibit shows how ‘death is what unites us.’ Tucson Sentinel. Aug 31, 2022.

This community on Tucson’s south side is changing the narrative. Arizona Daily Star. July 20, 2022.

Group supports traditional artists in Southern Arizona during pandemic. KGUN9. Jan. 29, 2021.

A Folklorist’s Take On The Pandemic: ‘We Adapt And Create New Ways Of Celebrating.’ KJZZ. June 15, 2020.

Museum Series Supports Emerging Native American Artists. Arizona Public Media. April 6, 2018.

Grants to Tackle a Difficult—But Unavoidable—Issue: End-of-Life Care. Inside Philanthropy. April 2018.

Neto’s Tucson: Honoring La Doce’s traditions and potential to improve neighborhoods. Arizona Daily Star. March 31, 2018.

Why Doesn’t Tucson’s Mexican Food Scene Get More National Attention? Gustavo Arellano for NPR’s The Salt. March 6, 2018.

UA Fellow Aims to Revitalize Tucson Landmark: Debi Chess Mabie will help lead the Dunbar Pavilion. UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Jan. 19, 2018

Danzacultura. Arizona Public Media (on SFA Master Artist Carmen Baron). November 2017.

Community arts expert Maribel Alvarez joins forces with Herberger Institute to develop regional vision for culture, heritage and diversity. ASU News. Aug. 7, 2017.

Three Metro Phoenix Neighborhoods Won Grants for Arts Programming. Phoenix New Times. July 21, 2017.

Tucson woman sews love into every folklorico costume. Arizona Daily Star. Aug 13, 2016.

The Master and the Apprentice Honor Tradition. The Desert Leaf. June 2016.

Big Jim: Meet the Southwest Folklife Alliance. Arizona Daily Star. October 2014.

Folklore Expansion. TucsonWeeekly. August 14, 2014.