Don't sit on the sidelines — dig in.
With fewer than six weeks before classes resume, the Tucson Unified School District is still hoping to offer culturally relevant courses in the fall.
Michaels has a bunch of cool kids activities on the calendar for June.
Kalyn Stalinski (KALYN STALINSKI-cq) peruses through the racks of magazines at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library (JOEL D. VALDEZ MAIN LIBRARY-cq) located at 101 N. Stone Ave (101 NORTH STONE AVENUE-cq). Stalinski says he spends a lot of time in the downtown area and will often come to the libr…
Kiran Easwarachandran leads a Bollywood dance class at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library, which increased the number of classes due to the program's success.
Eric Thornton, at the Martha Cooper Library, pores over travel books to research destinations.
Rachel Kelty browses through books to purchase at the Friends of the Library bookstore inside the Main Library downtown.
Afiya Madut, far left, and Rebecca Odu, center, both 10, knit during a free class at the Santa Rosa Library. Old Pueblo Knitters Guild members teach the class, which has been offered for about two years.
Books still fly off the shelves. People still sit and digest the
contents of Time magazine and The Wall Street Journal in sturdy
seating because newspapers and magazines can't leave the
Tahaerah Moten, 19, says that since her home computer has stopped working, she comes to the Main Library everyday to check her Facebook and Twitter accounts.