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Moises Paiewonsky will guide his namesake jazz quartet in a show on Tuesday.
UA archaeologist E. Charles Adams will discuss Homol'ovi, an early Hopi site.
Cultural anthropologist Ufuk Coskun will present a panoramic look at Turkey.
Samuel Kinghorn didn't begin to study the piano until he was 15, but be was being recognized for his virtuosity before he reached 30.
The all-women Tucson Desert Harmony Chorus originated as the Good Time Singers in 1986, and divides up depending on the performance venue. About 20 singers will be at an Academy Village show Tuesday.
UA professor Douglas L. Taren will discuss the varied properties of chocolate.
Desert Museum education specialist Jesus Manuel Garcia will bring a host of critters, including a tortoise like the one above, to a May 9 "Meet the Neighbors" presentation.
Astronomer Drew Potter, formerly of NASA, will discuss near-Earth objects.
The Tucson Wildlife Center works with an array of injured desert creatures, including great horned owls, like this pair. A talk about the center's work is on Wednesday.
The Vail Chorale, under the direction of Fred Reinagel, plans an America-themed program for its spring concert. The show is called "Made in America."
Members of the UA Rosewood Marimba Band perform during a recent show. The percussion group will perform at Academy Village on Tuesday.
Paul Eli Ivey
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