Tucson jazz/R&B/gospel singer serenades Sun Link riders.
Phil Carlin hopes to one day see his ballet performed.
Laffs Comedy Caffe talent booker Gary Hood has a Friday morning date with Tucson.
St. Andrew's Bach Society hosts renowned cellist and his pianist mother in recital.
And you can see Michelle Lesco train at Hooters. Note: This won't be pretty.
Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo play Desert Diamond Casino Friday.
Famed flamenco guitarist returns to Rialto with old band, new material .
Event dates back to founder's beginnings.
Leading Arizona winemaker introduces inexpensive white, red label.
After weeks of rehearsing and preparing, 55 Tucson area aspiring actors, producers and stage technicians will put it all together in three plays.
R&B diva bringing world tour to Tucson Arena in January.
It's owned by Utah-based Four Food Groups.
Move comes two years after the company faced crippling financial crisis.
Anonymous donor pledges $600k; ATC raises $700k-plus.
Buy a pizza, get a salad free all day to mark Phoenix-born fast-casual pizzeria's second anniversary.
Singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson performed with Gavin DeGraw at the AVA at Casino del Sol last summer.
Plain White Ts, Matt Nathanson head Sept. 13 lineup.
Rodney Strong Vineyards has long history in Sonoma.
R&B goddess adds Old Pueblo to second North America leg.
Owner of ranch, iconic Lil’ Abner’s says it’s time to slow the pace.
From left, Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood. Lady Antebellum played a nearly sold-out show at Ak-Chin Pavilion Saturday night.
The young country singer -- 23 -- told the crowd he had always wanted to be a singer "since he was really little," which he acknowledged was hard for some to believe given how little he still is. He's 5 foot six but looks smaller on stage, especially when he joined Lady A on stage and stood …
Charles Kellyy, left, and Dave Haywood jam out to Lady Antebellum's hit "Downtown" during Saturday's concert at Ak-Chin Pavilion.
Lady Antebellum took their stage to the middle of Ak-Chin Pavilion Saturday night. With the glow of thousands of cell phone flashights, the band was shrouded in flickering light that pierced the black sky.
Lady A invited openers Hunter Hayes, center, and Sam Hunt on stage for a cover of Aerosmith's "Walk This Way." For many of us who were stuck in the ticket line when Hunt performed it was the first time we saw the rising country singer on stage.
Many missed opening act Sam Hunt, half of Hunter Hayes.
Country stars helping us to close out summer '15.
Trio of Berkley grads put diplomas on the shelf to pursue rock dreams.
Since we saw him last, Jake Shimabukaro has moved into the symphony hall.
Some birthday buddies embrace a Fourth of July birthday; others adapt.
Country superstar finally returns and puts on one of Tucson's biggest concerts of the year.
Kenny Chesney joined his band to jam in Thursday’s show at the AVA at Casino Del Sol Resort. “This is a weeknight, but we just turned this into a Saturday night,” he said.
Country superstar's concert will go down as one of Tucson's biggest of 2015.
It's probably been 15 years since we last saw Kenny Chesney on a Tucson stage. He ended the drought Thursday with a sold-out show at the AVA at Casino del Sol.
Opera meets fundraising goal in third successful early summer campaign.
In two years, the company has managed to raise $2.5 million and erase decade-old long-term debt.
Friday is the last day for downtown Tucson's lone sushi restaurant.
Country superstar brings sold-out "Big Revival Tour" to the AVA at Casino del Sol Thursday night.
Owner says timing is right.
Bruegger's Bagels drapes the flag around its classic bagels.
Down $17k with clock ticking.
Pasco chef/owner to open Red's Smokehouse in September in old Which Wich spot.
Will take it to former home of Mr. K's Barbecue near Tucson Mall.
Choir to perform master works from Barber and Brahms.
5 reasons not to miss this: Bach. Bach. And more Bach.
LongHorn's second location here opens in August.
LongHorn Steakhouse is building its second Tucson restaurant, this one across from Tucson Mall on North Oracle Road.
With 8.5 acres of prime land on the line, restaurant's future uncertain.
Former Arizona ad man returns with standup show aimed at alpha boomers.
Band slows down to spend more time with their kids, spouses.