"Killing Patton" by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard tops the hardcover nonfiction bestsellers; Jodi Picoult's "Leaving Time" tops the fiction.
The Pima County Public Library was one of the first in the country with a LGBT committee.
Downtown microcinema to showcase movement founder Wednesday evening.
Oro Valley mom writes picture book for construction-loving son.
Locals gather, drop off a book and take one home.
UA Humanities Week 2014 presents free lectures on gender issues.
Prize money and scholarships to writing workshops await the winners
This month's roundup includes Elizabeth Gunn's latest mystery, “Red Man Down.”
Some “Tales from the Morgue” series are now available as eBooks along with some other Arizona Daily Star special sections. Click the links bel…
More than 300 images were entered in this year's contest. Readers picked their top three, and other photo editor selected his favs.
Our monthly series about what’s happening at the Pima County Public Library.
Relying on memory - instead of app - boosts brain.
A New-York-based rabbi honors Jewish rebbe at JCC book talk.
September's Southern Arizona Author's roundup includes books about local ranches.
Bowden could grasp essence of a person in minutes, but could stick to a single subject for years.
Potential exhibitors can apply now for the next Tucson Festival of Books.
Acclaimed actor and Oscar-winning director Richard Attenborough has died. He was 90.
Years ago, when all the manufacturing jobs were being outsourced to third-world countries, we ink-stained wretches used to joke, “Well, at lea…
Every one of Pima County Public Library’s community branches is a launch pad for dreams.
”The Greatest Sitcoms of All Time” by Martin Gitlin; Scarecrow Press (430 pages, $65)
Spirituality, Tucson hikes and more in Southern Arizona Authors
University area packed with pockets of knowledge to be shared with community.
UA doctoral student influenced nation's leaders and connected with its people.
You will never, ever run out of reading material in Pima County.
For the third year, kids are hunting the elusive traveler.