Loop Rawlins, 28, has been performing in Tucson since he was 14.
Much of Old Tucson Studios burned to the ground in a devastating fire on April 24, 1995. The first firefighters on the scene were no match for the tinder-dry buildings on the Western movie set. The arson fire caused an estimated $10 million in damage to 70 percent of the structures on 70 acr…
Old Tucson Studios and the Arizona chapter of the Western Music Association are teaming up for the Cowboy Music Festival and Diana Madaras Art Exhibition from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. today and Sunday.
State school superintendent John Huppenthal connected with the National School Choice Week whistle-stop tour in Tucson on Wednesday to promote increased education options for Arizona families.
The company that runs the Old Tucson theme park is setting up a nonprofit foundation to take over the lease, and eventually the operations, of the park.
It's nice to take visiting family and friends to some of our local attractions. It's nicer to save money while doing it.
The Dirty Girl Mud Run, an untimed 5K that raises money for breast cancer research, is set at Old Tucson Studios March 2.
The Dirty Girl Mud Run has left a mud trail across the U.S. and it is making its way to Tucson to dirty things up a bit.
2012-13 season kicks off with popular Nightfall.
As summer winds down, here are a few topics that have come to mind lately.
Everyone Runs, Everyone Walks is hosting their 4th Annual Run with the Roosters Kinney Road 5 Mile Run and Walk tomorrow.
It might be dark when you start....but past participants claim in spite of its super early start time, this is a fun race.
“Chopped,” a Food Network competition show, is set to air the five episodes it taped at Old Tucson Studios in March.
Time is running out to saddle up and get your Wild West fix before Old Tucson Studios switches to a seasonal schedule and closes for the summer.
Today is the last day of the Old Tucson's Cowboy Music Festival, which pays homage to the legendary music that was born in Tucson.
It's a friendlier Wild West out at Old Tucson Studios, where movie historian-guide Marty Freese pauses for a photo with Cindi Morrissey after a recent show. The park will be closing for the summer - and during the heat - as part of a new business model.
Old Tucson will close for four months this summer as the operator of the Wild West theme park tries a new business plan. Although the park has cut its hours in the past, this is the first time in 15 years the park will completely close to the public for the summer.