Local acts perform covers for charity
Tucson-based Asarco held a formal dedication ceremony this week — led by President and COO Manuel Ramos — of the expansion of the south mill at the Mission Mine south of town.
The final curtain has fallen for the scrappy Beowulf Alley Theatre. The last show, “Savage Bond,” by Tucsonan Steve Holiday, completed its run Nov. 24.
A local fraternity is on thin ice with the University of Arizona after the brothers’ booze-fueled antics with the star of “Jackass” were captured on camera at an event that was supposed to be alcohol-free.
Here’s some advice if you’re planning to see Pitbull at Casino del Sol’s AVA tonight: wear workout clothes.
Tucson lost one of its big dogs Thursday. Its biggest, in fact.
For the first time in decades, the Southern Arizona Blues Heritage Foundation will hold its annual music festival in a new venue.
Here’s a partial list of what to expect today at Tucson Meet Yourself, the city’s celebration of culture and food.
Jonathan Higgins always thought his first film would be an action or science-fiction flick.
A 2013 documentary about the effects of cyberbullying will be screened tonight at The Loft, 3233 E. Speedway.
Expect a higher caliber of killer at this year’s Tucson Terrorfest.
Every year about this time, downtown explodes with edgy creativity, courtesy of the Santa Muerte Music & Arts Festival.
Members of the Scottish band Mánran managed to work in a little sightseeing on its first tour in the United States.
When Ray Suarez, the senior correspondent for the PBS “Newshour” program, began to write about Latinos in the United States, he began with a conundrum: how to compress centuries of history into a book that could be accessible to a teenager as well as an adult.
Celebration includes snack bar discounts, free movies.
A couple of famous figures in entertainment had some unique tweets for Southern Arizonans this week.
Grief can be all consuming, powerful.
The world of standup comedy is changing, and stand up comedian Kathleen Madigan is rolling with the punch lines.
Under the soft glow of a red stoplight, romance novels finally wooed Amy Bright.