When visitors ask for the kids clinic, they may be instructed to "turn right at the dog in the wedding gown."
Old fly fishing tackle can be a real catch for collectors.
Giclee is a computerized print process that produces high quality photographic reproductions.
Now that smoking is unfashionable, tobacco jar is fashionable collectible.
Learn how your china stacks up to the competition for bigger payoff.
Q: My dad gave me these seven plates and I just keep them boxed. Can you tell me anything about them?
Q: This candy dish has always been in my family. It was a gift to my great-grandmother and has been handed down for generations. At the top is written in white, “My wife 1909.” I cannot determine origin and history. Can you tell me anything about it?
A new theater coming to Tucson plans to combine the experience of dinner and a movie.
The Tucson Arts Brigade is seeking submissions from young artists for an upcoming project.
In the era of texting and tweeting, a centuries-old communication technique still has fans at the University of Arizona.
Coordinators of the annual Glow arts festival are celebrating the colorful and creative event’s 10th anniversary by fixing one of its biggest headaches: parking.
Other major stories in visual arts include a new director at the Contemporary Art Museum, installations at Lambert Airport.
"New Faces," a new art exhibit featuring 15 life-size self portraits by Pima Community College students, opens Friday with a reception at the Gallery@Downtown Campus.
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.