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  • Arizona Daily Star

How to tell it's fall in Tucson? There's a bounty of film festivals.

  • By Tom Beal Arizona Daily Star

NASA mission incorporates music, comedy, art and acrobatics in public outreach.

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  • By Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer

A must-see documentary for anyone who loves film.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

A new documentary celebrating Southern Arizona’s music scene, an award-winning comedy from Mexico and a 40th anniversary gala screening of “Al…

  • By Tim Hunter Special to the Arizona Daily Star

If our monsoon weather permits viewing in the early evening, look overhead around 9:30 p.m. to see Lyra the Lyre with its bright star Vega.

Advanced Choir will perform 13 concerts during three-week trek.

  • By Danielle Arnet The Smart Collector

 Iconic items from certain classic films and TV shows are good as gold.

  • By Mark Kennedy The Associated Press

Barbara Seyda's play "Celia, a Slave: 26 Characters Testify," on Wednesday won the award and $10,000.

Post begins the day after the conductor's contract with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra wraps up. 

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  • By Chuck Graham Special to the Arizona Daily Star

The 31-member American Dance Theater is making a stop in Tucson.

  • Cathalena E. Burch Arizona Daily Star

MC Yo Wassup — aka David Silverberg — pays homage to UA's NCAA tourney run.

Tucson Symphony Orchestra maestro Hanson performs final subscription concert Sunday.

He's offering a reward for its return, no questions asked.

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  • By Loni Nannini Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Proceeds will help cover operating costs, programming and renovations to theater.

  • By Scott Smith The Associated Press

Marcus Paulk, 28, was pulled over early in the morning in Scottsdale.

  • Cathalena E. Burch Arizona Daily Star

Susan Graham impresses in first-ever Tucson concert.

  • Cathalena E. Burch Arizona Daily Star

Will add to his 2014 CMA and 2010 ACM — if he wins.

“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” opened Wednesday at Centennial Hall.

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A new book explores legends and lore of the Catalina Mountains.

Controversial film will be released in mostly independent theaters on Christmas Day.