Christopher Johnson is about to cross a couple of big ones off his bucket list:
Don’t want to be an American idiot.
Live, original theater happens frequently at Etcetera, the late-night arm of Live Theatre Workshop.
Artisan beer. Emerging artists. Good music.The combo demands our attention.And one that the Tucson Museum of Art is bringing our way with Saturday’s Art on Tap event.dec. 7Here’s what you’ll find:More than 50 artists will exhibit works in the TMA courtyard. Sixteen local breweries will serve…
“Holiday Memories” is no sentimental journey.
The University of Arizona Museum of Art has a permanent collection that boggles the mind and delights the eye.
Really, must-see theater can come from must-not-see movies.
The board of the 12-year-old Beowulf Alley Theatre announced today that the company has closed its doors.
For years, Thanksgiving in July was just right for chef Jonathan Landeen.
With the exception of perfecting the turkey, Thanksgiving is a no-pressure holiday. No gifts to give, no expectations dashed, nothing to do but glory in family and friends.
Ready for your annual overload of sentimental sweetness?
Grammy winner Amy Grant glides into the Old Pueblo in April to perform with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra.
Joseph Beyer dreams big. Real big.
There’s a bit of art imitating art in Studio Connection’s “A Man of No Importance,” which the company opened Friday.
Funerals can be such funny affairs.
Romero House celebrates ceramics
It’s been 15 years since Matthew Shepard, an openly gay college student, was tortured and murdered in Laramie, Wyo.
Sex. Manipulation. Duplicity.
Here are more than 200 reasons to get out and about this weekend:
Tucson’s Kore Press turns 20 this year.
Back in 1994, a delicious movie hit the big screen.
Poet Alberto Álvaro Ríos is no stranger to the Old Pueblo — he has had poetry readings here, many friends, and is a graduate of the University of Arizona.
Well this was unexpected:
Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” is hard to put in a pocket.
Prepare for sticker shock.
“The Fantasticks” hadn’t even started and already the opening-night audience Wednesday at the Arizona Repertory Theatre Company’s production of the musical was seduced.
“The Mountaintop” must be seen.
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How’s this for pressure: Chef Michael Neylan has cooked for Martha Stewart.
— NO MAGS, NO SALES — KRT FOOD STORY SLUGGED: WBS-MARGARITAS KRT PHOTOGRAPH BY MOLLY CORFMAN/ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER (LA TIMES OUT) (September 6) Frozen, whirled and stirred: margarita concoctions. Don Odom’s O’Rita Margarita. (lde) 2005
Chef Rick Bayless opens with a masters class in margaritas in his new book "Frontera: Margaritas, Guacamoles and Snacks." (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune/MCT)
Bill Tonnesen wants you to be offended. Shocked. Angry.
A confession: I can not sing. Totally tone deaf. But oh, when I’m alone and the music’s on, I belt out the blues with the fever and finesse of Billie Holiday. I am brilliant.
Danny Gurwin grew up with “The Fantasticks.”
Garnered more votes than other national finalists.
You’ve got your book written, your poetry polished.
We hate to say this, but:
There’s good news and bad news about Borderlands Theater’s latest, “Grounded.”
Carlisle Ellis has a lovely singing voice.
FILE - In this May 3, 2009, file photo, Taj Mahal performs at a benefit concert celebrating Pete Seeger's 90th birthday at Madison Square Garden in New York. The artist known as Taj Mahal, who has played an average of 125 concerts a year since 1968, turns 70 somewhere on the road between Kan…
Here’s the scoop on “Sister Act:”
Arizona Theatre Company isn’t out of trouble yet, but it’s on its way.
Jason Anderson doesn’t stop for air.