A anachronistic experience awaits baseball fans who travel to Bisbee this weekend.
The sounds coming from the music rehearsal room at Cholla High Magnet School were undeniable.
The fifth annual Con-Nichiwa anime convention is settling into some bigger digs this year.
Harvest Restaurant’s victory over Café Poca Cosa in the Caliente Candlelight Madness competition seems like a fitting win for Harvest owners Reza and Lisa Shapouri.
Playing guitar wasn’t the only activity Jacob Tilley was up to the last time his band Young the Giant came through Tucson.
With thousands of people pouring into the city during the annual Tucson Gem, Mineral and Fossil Showcase, it makes sense that venues around town are attempting to shine a little brighter to attract those out-of-town dollars.
It’s always nice to see a restaurant doing well, especially in a location that has seen its share of failures.
Volkswagen bus enthusiasts are offering Tucsonans a trip back in time and a way to donate to a good cause, all at the same time this weekend.
Charles Phoenix didn’t hit your typical tourist spots, San Xavier, the Desert Museum, Gates Pass, on his last visit to Tucson.
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.
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.
Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers makes its Arizona debut at the Desert Bluegrass Festival this weekend.
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.
Last year’s Tucson Comic-Con had founder Michael Olivares wishing he was Dr. Octopus.
Bluegrass player Ricky Skaggs and keyboardist Bruce Hornsby have discovered over the last six years that their musical styles work well together.
Many people who knew Derrick and Amy Ross considered the couple inseparable.
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…
For most of the members of Red Baraat, the eight-piece, Brooklyn-based bhangra and brass band, the Rialto Theatre will be just another venue on a long list of venues during its latest tour.