Classical guitar great Pepe Romero is all about family.
Buffalo wings and pizza joint changes logo
Amit Peled is 6-foot-5, more basketball player physique than classically trained cellist.
Tucson’s widely acclaimed jewel of a chamber music festival gets underway Sunday, and we can list a dozen reasons to Sunday why you shouldn’t miss it. But we’ll stick to a few by-the-numbers reasons.
Guitar great Pete Anderson’s March tour schedule takes him from home in Southern California to Tucson, through Texas and Tennessee, then back to California.
The last time his Little River Band played Tucson was in 2001 at Old Tucson Studios, but frontman Wayne Nelson remembers a show here years before that rates as one of the band’s most memorable.
Wine, snacks and a chance to see emerging opera singers in the role of their lifetimes — as themselves.
Arizona Symphonic Winds conductor László Veres canceled the volunteer orchestra’s March 23 spring concert after finding out Monday that he would have to undergo emergency surgery to install a pacemaker.
Must have pacemaker installed on Wednesday.
Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill at the Tucson Mall closed Friday night.
There was no warning before Friday night closing.
Comedian and writer Rita Rudner is bracing for daughter Molly’s immersion into the terrible teenhood.
Comedian coming to UA's Centennial Hall Saturday for Hillel Foundation benefit.
Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s executive director abruptly resigned late Wednesday, saying in a written statement that he had accomplished what he set out to do when he was hired less than three years ago.
Contract with orchestra was good through 2018.
Guest conductor James Feddeck will see a lot of Southern Arizona this week when he leads the Tucson Symphony Orchestra in its Beethoven’s Fourth MasterWorks concert.
Firefighter Matt Gordon is known at his firehouse as the guy who cooks.
The sopranos in Arizona Opera’s production this weekend of Verdi’s “La Traviata” are both making their debuts in the role of Violetta.
New Broadway bistro mixes up Asian cuisines
The latest culinary venture from Metzger Family Restaurants quietly opened last Friday.
Two performances on the road kick off weekend run with guest conductor.
National Pancake Day is for a good cause.
Canadian soprano in Arizona Opera production this weekend falls for Phoenix donut shop.
Erik Gustafson was supposed to be just a member of the chorus in Tucson Chamber Artists performances this weekend of Bach's oratorio St. John Passion.
Event benefits community food bank, but weather may be the spoiler.
Upstart Tucson brewery Sentinel Peak Brewing Company is now serving food alongside its brews.
Hopped-up wine is centerpiece of second annual Drag Races Saturday.
Phoenix native comes home to his namesake bar/restaurant to celebrate new album.
St. Philip’s Friends of Music and Tucson Chamber Artists are devoting this weekend to celebrating the genius of Johann Sebastian Bach.
Tucson Chamber Artists continues its 10th anniversary season this weekend with a concert that moves it one step closer to a Bach trifecta.
It takes very little prompting to get comedian Lewis Black to go on one of his famous rants.
It might seem random to hold a Bach marathon in Tucson.
Special New Orleans Cajun cuisine and cocktails highlight menu.
Jennifer Johnson Cano takes prize in George London Foundation Awards.
Mexican restaurant to open third location, this one in old Roma Caffe location.
George Hanson introduced himself to Tucson 20 years ago with Schumann’s Symphony No. 2.
It shouldn’t be hard picking Marana High sophomore Alli McKibbin out at today’s Tucson Rodeo Parade.
The soulful Motown standards of Marvin Gaye put a smile on J. Robert “Bobby” Spencer’s face.
Chris LeDoux’s “Cadillac Ranch” blasted from the speakers as Alex Garza slipped onto the snorting bull, tightly pulled the rope around his hands and signaled that he was ready.
Scrappy company opens play competition Winner
A trio of top-notch pianists, all graduate students at the University of Arizona School of Music, will take up the fourth installment of Dove of Peace Lutheran Church’s multiyear Beethoven sonata project on Sunday.
Arizona Friends of Chamber Music is hosting a wind quintet in concert on Wednesday, something it hasn’t done in more than 25 years.
Back in December the Seattle Seahawks set a record for the loudest outdoor sports stadium recording 137.6 decibels of noise.
There are many reasons why it is rare to see an orchestra the size of Tucson’s take on the enormous challenge of Berlioz’s “The Damnation of Faust.”
There are many reasons why it is rare to see an orchestra the size of Tucson's take on the enormous challenge of Berlioz's "The Damnation of Faust."
Christine Goerke waved her hands for pianist Kathleen Kelly to stop playing.
Chris Mann, the classically trained pop singer who came up short in the 2012 second season of the NBC talent show “The Voice,” is making his Tucson debut on Saturday.