Cellist Natalie Haas was 15 years old, one year shy of legal driving age, when she started performing venues with Scottish fiddler Alasdair Fraser.
Herm Guzman is just being honest — he is not a skater.
Local acts perform covers for charity
A new store dedicated to the old toys, games and fashion of the 1980s and ’90s has launched on North Fourth Avenue.
Wish Dan Hicks a happy belated birthday if you go to see him at the Rialto Theatre tonight.
Owners will dish up ice cream from converted space inside eastside restaurant.
The Parish expanding space and workforce
Members of the local indie rock band Sun Bones are still deciding if their most recent national tour was something they’d be willing to do again.
Tucson's source for Southern fusion cuisine to grow by 1,000 square feet.
Some people take up fly fishing or stamp collecting to relax in their off time.
Sandwich shop hopes to raise $1,000 to help launch new location.
One of the most surprising underdogs in this year’s Burger Madness was a young upstart hailing from Tucson’s south side.
This weekend’s Lluvia Flamenca concert at the Rialto Theatre promises to stray from tradition.
Artists celebrate Nowhere Man and a Whiskey Girl
Armory Park appears to have started a trend.
Saguaro Corners Ice House had two performances happening at the same time on a recent Wednesday night.
Maura O’Connell’s first solo performance in Tucson in decades will most likely be her last.
The Tucson Police Officer’s Association will rock the Fox for charity this weekend.
Singer-songwriter Chris Jamison has been getting to know Arizona one winery at a time.
Peter, Paul play the Fox, remember Mary
When Jonathan Batiste takes the Club Congress stage tonight, he will have the distinction of being the first musical artist in recent memory to perform at the downtown venue as part of a UApresents concert season.
As your wine tasting weekend winds down and hunger sets in, consider a side trip to Sierra Vista for a type of cuisine that’s hard to find in Tucson.
Benjie Sanders / Arizona Daily Star 2012 Tom Ewald competes during the Scottish Highland Games at Rillito Raceway Park.
Jonathan Batiste’s résumé is sprinkled with a long list of high-profile achievements.
Laurence and Sally Martin took advantage of Tucson’s proximity to Los Angeles when filming an episode of the Travel Channel series “Baggage Battles” last March.
Organizers of Night of the Living Fest, being held Saturday at Old Tucson, are hoping to be all things to all people.
Another year, another route adjustment.
When Bassirima Soro singed on to do the Imagine No Malaria benefit concert Saturday ,he didin’t expect he would get the disease before the show.
Tucson Tamale Co. to open second location
Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers makes its Arizona debut at the Desert Bluegrass Festival this weekend.
Two major conventions, one established and the other still growing, will take place in Tucson next month.
Last year’s Tucson Comic-Con had founder Michael Olivares wishing he was Dr. Octopus.
Locally produced whiskey will soon be served at bars and restaurants across Tucson, courtesy of Hamiliton Distillers, Pima County’s first craft distillery.
When James Corrick launched the first TusCon Science Fiction Convention with Carol DePriest in 1974, 2013 was a year straight out of an Arthur C. Clarke novel.
Arizona’s long and storied commercial beer brewing history got its start in Tucson, according to Ed Sipos.
For the first time in decades, the Southern Arizona Blues Heritage Foundation will hold its annual music festival in a new venue.
Guitar virtuoso sells home, plays Tucson
Bluegrass player Ricky Skaggs and keyboardist Bruce Hornsby have discovered over the last six years that their musical styles work well together.
The annual concert event known as Nam Jam is Nam Jam no longer.
Many people who knew Derrick and Amy Ross considered the couple inseparable.
Nowhere Man & A Whiskey Girl pair die within hours of one another.
After a little more than two years in business, Mr. K's Barbeque has closed its doors at 4911 N. Stone Ave.
Jonathan Higgins always thought his first film would be an action or science-fiction flick.
A 2013 documentary about the effects of cyberbullying will be screened tonight at The Loft, 3233 E. Speedway.
Expect a higher caliber of killer at this year’s Tucson Terrorfest.
Over the past year, Tucson native Chris McCaleb has moved from meth makers in Albuquerque to the unruly undead in suburban Georgia.
Tamara Mack’s neighbor keeps peeking out of her kitchen window. • Her silhouette pops in and out as she watches the horror unfolding across the street on Mack’s front lawn. • Mack’s midtown home is the staging area for “The Z,” a zombie movie that her company, Medrosa Film Productions, is pr…
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