He lent his talent and time to annual Tucson conference, recorded with Ronstadt.
Loft audience part of world effort to decide year's best short film.
"A Kid Like Jake" boasts a killer cast and a compelling tale.
For the second year in a row, the Tucson Jazz Institute’s Ellington Big Band has taken the top prize in the Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition.
Composer Charles Mingus was a prominent jazz musician with strong ties to California and New York, but his earliest days were spent in Southern Arizona.
The Sunday Evening Forum, the go-to speaker series for generations of Tucson families, returns March 30, adding to the mix of new buildings, new restaurants and the modern streetcar making downtown a destination again.
Some playwrights write a lifetime and never see their work on stage.
A Buena High School junior took first place in the 29th annual High School Shakespeare Competition earlier this month.
Folk singer Peter Yarrow makes his second appearance in the Tucson area within a three-month period on Friday.
Shareholders of Tucson Electric Power Co.’s parent corporation, UNS Energy, have filed a pair of lawsuits in Pima County Superior Court in an effort to halt a Canadian company’s planned acquisition of the power provider.
I figure this is how heaven smells when I walk into Oliver Ray’s workplace. It’s the aroma of coffee.
When Jonathan Batiste takes the Club Congress stage tonight, he will have the distinction of being the first musical artist in recent memory to perform at the downtown venue as part of a UApresents concert season.
This Halloween the sight of hundreds of 4 foot high ”Walter Whites” at your door can only mean one of three things:
This Halloween I expect all self-respecting zombies to be using our city crosswalks, taking the day off from their job at the County Clerk’s Office, complaining about the shortage of organically grown cerebral tissue and fighting Hannibal Lecter over that last piece of brain. And you, the on…
Don't be so high handed about pop stars. The only barrier to you going trick or treating as Miley Cyrus is finding the right affordable wrecking ball, public decency laws, self-respect and the fact you can’t find your old Gene Simmons “Kiss” tongue.
Here at Fitzsimmons & No Associates Research we pride ourselves on accuracy, timeliness, our handsome white lab coats and our state-of-the-art clipboards.
Shopping carts clogging parks and washes near your home could become a thing of the past under a new Tucson law.
Even today an HIV-positive medical diagnosis can leave a person bewildered, stunned and devastated.
An aircraft maintenance operation at Tucson International Airport will be able to expand with a new fabric-roofed hangar under a deal approved by the airport’s Board of Directors.