Rock Group "Yes" in concert, August 5, 1977, at Madison Square Garden in New York. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Mick Jagger leads the Rolling Stones through a succession of numbers at the Forum in Inglewood, California, Thursday, Jan. 19, 1973 in a benefit for victims of the Nicaraguan earthquake. A crowd of 18,600 paid from $10 to $100, and, in contrast to many past performances by the group was gene…
Mick Jagger sings as guitarists Ron Wood, left, and Keith Richards, hidden at center, as the Rolling Stones perform at the kickoff concert of their Japan tour, at the Tokyo Dome, March 6, 1995. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
An impressive lineup of world music acts is scheduled to play in
Tubac next week, starting with Chirgilchin and the Lian Ensemble
next Thursday at the Tubac Plaza main stage.
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Comedian Margaret Cho has taken her act on the road yet again
and it's stopping in Tucson this time.
Your best shot at seeing Friday's early morning crash of a NASA
rocket into the moon is on your television or computer.
Midtown duplex fire hurts 1, routs 3 others
Palpable irony in court's oath
WASHINGTON — The moon isn't the dry dull place it seems. Traces
of water lurk in the dirt unseen.
The UA-run Phoenix Mars lander scraped the surface of our
planetary neighbor to verify the presence of frozen water on Mars,
and now cameras orbiting the red planet have found a meter-thick
layer of nearly pure ice in recently formed craters.