What: "Top Gear" Season 2 premiere.
If you're an adult with no kid to bring, don't worry about the
"children's" part of the Tucson International Children's Film
Festival. "It's a kid festival, but it's for the whole community.
So we don't frown on adults coming alone," says Jeff Yanc, the Loft
Cinema's programming director. "I…
It's easy to understand why so many July Fourth celebrations
occur in the evening in Tucson: During the day, it's all red heat
and white light, and that makes us blue. As evening gives way to
(slightly) cooler temperatures, we have expectations. We want our
fireworks. And we'll have them.
One word comes to mind when thinking about television
programming on the Fourth of July: marathons.
Kitchen Stadium might look a bit different, but the premise of
Iron Chef Tucson mirrors that of its Food Network parent: two
chefs, one secret ingredient, one hour, one winner.
Though she had been to the Tucson Botanical Gardens only once
before, Oakley immediately headed for her favorite spot: the model
railway. "She loves the train," says Wendy Wiener, amazed that the
year-old pooch she fosters remembered right where to go. We'll say
that for Oakley, Dog Days of …
Susie Bright wishes scents were cataloged. This would have been
most helpful as she worked on her memoir, "Big Sex, Little
Janos Wilder. Albert Hall. James Wallace. These are heavy
hitters in the local culinary scene.
Summer concert season. This translates to big acts and a trip to
the gas station.
While it's easy enough to hibernate during a Tucson summer, to
basically live on the couch with an ice pack on your head, that's
no way to be. The phrase, after all, is summer fun.