The toe-tapping harmonies of the Tucson Barbershop eXperience flowed freely from the rehearsal room and into the hallway of the Tucson Jewish Community Center late last month.
Headaches, migraines are focus of free lecture
Here’s what in store at this year’s Jewish Film Fest, launching tonight:
A 2013 documentary about the effects of cyberbullying will be screened tonight at The Loft, 3233 E. Speedway.
Taking a road trip with the Mastrangelo family is like buckling into a big silver time capsule.
More than 2,500 people came out to learn the history and experience the nostalgia at last year’s inaugural Tucson Modernism Week.
The Kids Rock fundraiser concert is being held today at 3 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road.
The only remaining face-to-face meeting of Congressional District 8 candidates, and the only one to be held in front of a live audience, will be Wednesday night.
Vic Ringel checks out the Jewish History Museum's baseball-card exhibit on display at the screening of "Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story" at the Jewish Community Center. The screening was held Sunday.
Emcee Dave Silver speaks about famous Jewish baseball players during the screening.
Suzanne Cummins, center, catches the screening of "Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story" at the Jewish Community Center.
Baseball fans and film buffs got a sneak preview of the film
"Jews and Baseball" Sunday at the Jewish Community Center, 3800 E.
For more than 10 years, the art center at the Tucson Jewish
Community Center has received its share of painters every
Itzak Zamir and Diane Michaels paint during an "Anyone Can Draw and Paint Class" taught by Murray Keshner at the Tucson Jewish Community Center. Zamir has been taking the class for eight years and Michaels has been taking the class for five years.
A painting in progress for Zamir. The "Anyone Can Draw and Paint Class" is held Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Students who are members of the JCC pay $60; non-members pay $75.