Towering figure in his genre will present his newest work Oct. 22.
Can one decry destruction and still find meaning within it?
Alt-classical" music meets silent film Saturday at the Fox.
Fletcher McCusker seems to be the one making the calls at Fox Theatre.
A kind stranger offers a groovy guide to the Tucson Jazz Festival.
Classic movies, parade, festival give downtown an ol' fashion feel.
Explore the cosmos, visit the rain forest and learn the secret of happiness in a series of scientific lectures this fall.
Country singer Randy Travis has canceled his Aug. 26 concert at Fox Tucson Theatre.
After a typical, whirlwind Indian courtship, Neelam and Gulshan Sethi have been married almost 42 years.
Event planner Christie Spencer helps Dr. Gulshan Sethi with his clown attire at the Family Arts & Music Experience. Sethi, a surgeon, teaches laughter therapy to students at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
Neelam Sethi's parents - Madhu Sudan and his wife, Raj - on their wedding day, May 6, 1948.
Love. Laugh. Care. Share. The quartet of words - interspersed with puffy red hearts - made up the logo on the posters for the recent Family Arts & Music Experience held on the Children's Museum grounds downtown.
More than 2,000 people took part in the free Family Arts & Music Experience held at the Children's Museum in October. The event was aimed at giving children and their loved ones a chance to have fun together.
One-year-old Neelam Sethi and her mother, Raj Sudan, on Dec. 5, 1950. Neelam met her future husband 20 years later - Dec. 7, 1970.
Gulshan and Neelam Sethi's grandchildren are Miya Joshi, 6, left; Laila Joshi, 4; Sophia Sethi, 10; Nissa Joshi, 2; and Bodhi Sethi, 7. "Children are the most precious part of our lives," Neelam says. "They are our future."
Local philanthropists Dr. Gulshan Sethi and his wife, Neelam, created FAME - the Family Arts & Music Experience - at the Children's Museum Tucson.
In between filing lawsuits and commissioning forensic audits, no one at the Rio Nuevo District paid its property taxes.
Talk about your quick turn-arounds: Iconic country crooner Willie Nelson, who brought his family band to Desert Diamond Casino in March, is returning for a show July 11 at Fox Tucson Theatre.