“The Mountaintop” must be seen.
MIAMI — Country singer Slim Whitman, the high-pitched yodeler who sold millions of records through ever-present TV ads in the 1980s and 1990s and whose song saved the world in the film comedy “Mars Attacks!,” died Wednesday at a Florida hospital. He was 90.
Tony-winning musical playing at Tucson Music Hall.
Felicia Boswell and Bryan Fenkart, whose character, Huey Calhoun, is loosely based on disc jockey Dewey Phillips, sing and dance in "Memphis." (FYI: After seeing "Memphis" you may be inclined to say "hockadoo" rather than "whoo hoo.")
Felicia Boswell has been on the road with the musical "Memphis" for 16 months.
PHOENIX — Steve Nash scored 18 points and had the sixth
20-assist game of his career Friday night in Phoenix's 123-101 rout
of the Golden State Warriors.
FRESNO, Calif. — Americans are using less water per person now
than they have since the mid-1950s, thanks to water-saving
technologies and a nationwide push to safeguard dwindling
San Antonio — Tony Parker scored 17 points before leaving the
game after a hard fall Wednesday night, and the Spurs beat the
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Brad Keselowski held off points leader Kyle
Busch on the final lap to win the Kroger On Track For the Cure 250
in a green-white-checker finish in Saturday's Nationwide Series
race at Memphis Motorsports Park.
Freshman Alex Smith scored twice, including the game-winner in
the second overtime period, to help the Arizona Wildcats women's
soccer team end a six-match losing streak and defeat Arizona State
2-1 at Murphey Stadium on Friday night.
The 2009-10 Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance Cultural
Concert Series begins this fall with two free performances on the
green at the Steam Pump Village shopping center on North Oracle
Road, north of First Avenue.
As a basketball-minded Southern Californian who grew up watching
the Arizona Wildcats on television, Derrick Williams often wondered
about playing in McKale Center.