The youth mariachi orchestra launched a movement for the music and changed lives.
A couple of petpaloozas are planned to celebrate
The artists' kinetic sculptures get their first retrospective show
The all-Tucson cast gave a soaring rendition of the epic musical.
Company to move into warehouse space.
Big cast, lots of costumes, orchestra equal big bucks to stage this classic.
Here just for the weekend, the play is packed with talent and laughs
Under guise of a 'relationship seminar,' play doles out music, comedy and a hefty dose of outrageousness.
University area packed with pockets of knowledge to be shared with community.
The story — and these performances — resonate long after the curtain falls.
Friel's "Molly Sweeney" is a rich play that will resonate after curtain down.
Arts organizations have until Aug. 10 to submit events for inclusion in the special section.
Major installations, streaming poetry, give artistic weight to the stops
Summer is generally a quiet time on campus — but things will be hoppin' there Friday.
Tucson cooking instructor gives tips on making jams and jellies.
Aug. 10 is the latest to get info to us.
More plays, more venues, more theater.
More than a quarter of available funds go to local organizations.
The 1980s are revived in this time-traveling musical.
Lesley Abrams brings one-woman show to Live Theater Workshop
Here’s what happens when you’re a Broadway hit:
Dancing in the Streets AZ is on a bit of a high these days. And no wonder:
The outlawing of Tucson Unified School District’s Mexican American Studies program has drawn tears, outrage, and even a segment by The Daily Show.
The 2014 Lumies Arts & Business Awards were presented at a celebration Friday night at the Tucson Museum of Art. More than 400 were expected to attend the event.
About this time of year, a cruise sounds mighty fine. And that’s exactly what the Central Tucson Gallery Association has in mind.
Henry Koffler has been a scientist, a professor, and president of the University of Arizona.
Nicky is getting up in age — he’s 11 — and his face is scarred, possibly because he was used as a bait dog.
Everyone knows that Tucson bursts with artists, art lovers and art supporters.
People don’t seem to mind waiting at Prep & Pastry.
The dream to turn Amado’s Rex Ranch into an artists residency is over.
Silence is golden. Especially when done by mime Rick Wamer.
War has been on Gavin Kayner’s mind.
Conventional wisdom has it that when the temperature rises, things to do in the Old Pueblo drop.
Time has dulled the shock of Joe Orton’s “Loot.”
Judy Gold is one funny lady.
In Brenda Rentfro‘s world, the eyes have it.
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.
Ready for some black, black humor?
Comedian Judy Gold speaks the truth when she says “There’s a little Jewish mother in every mother.”
Tucsonan Trevor Smith is $5,000 richer and getting lots of attention thanks to his winning the Grand Prize in Galaxy Press' International Illustrators of the Future Contest.
Some say they don’t get mad, they get even.
Patrick Baliani is a very brave man.
Ruthe Ponturo poured out divorce angst in off-Broadway revue.
You’d think James Beard himself had come down from the heavens and opened a restaurant in the Old Pueblo.
We’re not sure ol’ Will would approve. But we kinda do.
Patrick Baliani has skipped hell and meets up with Dante and Virgil in “Purgatorio.”
Tucson’s Sun Link streetcar isn’t scheduled to begin its rounds until the end of July.
The cost of limes is making us feel sour these days.
Farm to table, table to tummy pretty much sums up Ryan Clark's latest venture.
Tucson City Manager Richard Miranda submitted a revised recommended budget for FY '15 today, and he's had a change of heart about the Tucson Pima Arts Council,. We like to think he did it because there was such a swift and loud protest from the art community - artists and art lovers.