Local acts perform covers for charity
When Jonathan Batiste takes the Club Congress stage tonight, he will have the distinction of being the first musical artist in recent memory to perform at the downtown venue as part of a UApresents concert season.
Jonathan Batiste’s résumé is sprinkled with a long list of high-profile achievements.
Another year, another route adjustment.
A controversial dirt lot in downtown Tucson could finally see some long-anticipated construction now that lawsuits among the developer, city and Rio Nuevo Board are settled.
Locally produced whiskey will soon be served at bars and restaurants across Tucson, courtesy of Hamiliton Distillers, Pima County’s first craft distillery.
Guitar virtuoso sells home, plays Tucson
Many bones may be broken in Tucson artist Moises Orozco’s face, but the positive attitude and spirit for which he is known remains intact.
It will be art inspired by music inspired by art at the next ChamberLab concert Saturday at Club Congress.
If you like beer, you'll want to be here.
You can still get duck confit with smoked grapes or a succulent New York strip steak drizzled with Maitre d’Hotel butter at Maynards Market & Kitchen.
The 1980s were a bawdy time of excess.
Some tiles are being replaced.
Hotel Congress is celebrating bartender, who's been a fixture at the Tap Room for 54 years.
Chronicle compares Tucson's hipness to Portland, Ore.
Duo Vibe coming here as part of KAMP Radio event.
Six couples will exchange vows in quickie weddings or marriage renewals at Hotel Congress today, the most romantic day of the year.
Lee Sebring, a member of the ALF-Fox Restoration Team, places a motor meter on a restored 1923 American LaFrance pumper truck. It was one of the trucks that responded to the Hotel Congress fire on Jan. 23, 1934, that also coincided with the capture of John Dillinger.
This 1923 American LaFrance fire engine is one of the trucks that responded to the historic 1934 blaze at Hotel Congress.
Lee Sebring, a member of the restoration team and an honorary firefighter, removes the protective covering around the custom-made wooden steering wheel on the restored 1923 American LaFrance pumper truck.