Charles “Bucky” Steele, the influential leader of the Tucson High Marching 100 band who spent 25 years at the podium with the Tucson Pops Orchestra, died Monday in the Tucson VA hospital’s hospice unit. He was 91 and had battled Alzheimer’s since 2007.
Charles “Bucky” Steele, the influential leader of the Tucson High Marching 100 band who spent 25 years at the podium with the Tucson Pops Orchestra, died Monday in the Tucson VA Hospice. He was 91 and had battled Alzheimer's since 2007.
Museum eatery in fine company.
Buy tickets today online and you save $5 off $25 door price.
Fifteen Arizona wineries, including a handful from Willcox and Sonoita/Elgin, will pour wine and celebrate the vine during Saturday’s inaugural Wine in the Desert event at St. Philip’s Plaza.
Clipman, Nakai nominated
for Best New Age Album award
"Parks and Recreation" actor, standup to play Casino del Sol.
Event planned for February; tickets on sale now.
Four years after its triumphant Tucson debut with the Arizona Friends of Chamber Music, the Fry Street Quartet will return to Leo Rich Theatre tonight for its much-anticipated encore.
Tucson’s first family of Mexican food will open a restaurant in Las Vegas later this month.
SONOITA — Wine can be stuffy business, with all the swirling-in-the-glass, let-it-breathe etiquette.
Longtime collaborators up for Best New Age Album.
Group will perform at Westin La Paloma Resort for UApresents.
Audience throws in a few "bravos" for Canadian conductor.
Jazzman Jonathan Batiste filled Club Congress during two UApresents concerts in early November.
In between the songs of warm and fuzzy Christmases past, country superstar Wynonna Judd is more than likely going to let out a rant or two when she plays Fox Tucson Theatre on Sunday.
Reserved seats are spoken for; standing-room-only still available.
Fifteen Arizona wineries to participate.
Jason Aldean and Miranda Lambert will return to Country Thunder in April for the 2014 installment of the four-day festival.
There is something you should know about Tania Miller before the Canadian conductor takes the podium Friday to lead the Tucson Symphony Orchestra:
Art pops up Saturday
in one-day-only gallery
With 20 days to go until Christmas, it is now perfectly acceptable to sing Christmas carols.
KXCI is more than a week into its monthlong 30th anniversary celebration, which commemorates where the community radio station has been and where it’s headed.
Community radio station plans 30 days of events.
Family famous for being famous is shooting TV series at Tucson's Meet Rack.
The Band Perry also on the lineup.
The Tucson Symphony Orchestra is serving up some spicy salsa to heat up the Thanksgiving weekend.
The last time we saw comedian Margaret Cho in Tucson, she was riding in a convertible along North Fourth Avenue as the grand marshal of the 2009 Tucson Pride Parade.
Doug Stanhope has hosted a lot of rowdy parties at his Bisbee home, but it wasn’t until little-known Portland, Ore., comedian Kristine Levine came by that the police were called.
No new date has been announced.
Deal good at both Sir Veza's locations.
Richard Betts wrote the book on becoming a wine expert.
Green Valley-based Fork U BBQ and Tucson’s Beyond Bread finished in the Top 10 of the second annual World Food Championships in Las Vegas earlier this month.
Fork U BBQ and Beyond Bread finish in Top 10 of 2nd annual World Food Championships
Noted author and psychic died Wednesday.
You might find this hard to believe, but Jim Breuer is not stoned.
Arizona Opera is moving its orchestra out of the pit and onto the stage for this weekend’s performance of Wagner’s “The Flying Dutchman.”
Tucson’s food truck scene is about to get a little national love.
Zivaz Mexican Bistro toppled Fini’s Landing Sunday in the championship round of Caliente’s Burger Madness.
Good Day Cafe was open just two weeks when it found itself competing against Tucson burger legends in Caliente’s Burger Madness.
Planet of the Crepes, Serial Grillers to appear on Cooking Channel show.
New location is three times as big as Swan Road restaurant.
Longtime Chinese restaurant hires new kitchen personalities.
Tucson food truck is the only one from Arizona to make Forbes.com's list of cool trucks.
Next spring, it plans to open roasting facility on Toole Ave.
Some might say the Tucson Symphony Orchestra took a big risk programming minimalist composers John Adams and Philip Glass alongside Beethoven on Friday night. What possible connection could the audience draw from the pairing?
The 3-year-old Flying Leap Vineyards plans to open two tasting rooms in Tucson by March and hopes to eventually open a third here.