An unlikely venue is set to become a one-stop shop for the local do-it-yourself community at the end of the month.
While most of their classmates in the University of Arizona's film program left for Los Angeles or New York after graduation, Darious J. Britt and Damon A. Mosier stayed in Tucson to finish production on their feature film, "Unsound," a labor of love three years in the making.
Darious J. Britt, left, Damon A. Mosier and Ricardo Bracamonte are three up-and-coming filmmakers from Tucson.
Fresh out of a screening of "Man of Steel," local comic book writer Eric Esquivel is feeling a bit betrayed by one of his oldest heroes. "It's just nuts that marketing dollars affect story." Esquivel shakes his head, shifting in his black T-shirt emblazoned with - what else? - the Superman e…
Sometime in its seven years of existence, The Loft Cinema's childrens' film festival became a highly-anticipated annual tradition not only for the theater, but for Southern Arizona's youngest, most precocious film fans as well.
A move toward healthy and sustainable dining has gained momentum in this country since James LaVeck and Jenny Stein started filming "Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home."
By the time I reached first grade in 1998, my mother had read "The Polar Express" to me countless times, and while it was one of my favorites, she might have enjoyed it even more than I did.
Todd Rundgren takes the stage at the Rialto Theatre on Saturday, sampling from an unprecedented volume of work rivaled only by greats like the Rolling Stones or Bob Dylan. The 65-year-old singer, songwriter and guitarist has been on the road for the better part of 50 years and is now touring…
When the weather isn't optimal for Fourth of July picnics, parades and barbecues, one response is to take the celebration indoors and onstage.
The fight to legalize same-sex marriage takes center stage Tuesday, one day after an anticipated Supreme Court ruling brought on by that battle.
This isn't Prince Rama's first time in Tucson, but Brooklyn-based sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson are hoping their previous visit is trumped by a much more enjoyable second impression.
In a season dominated by chatter of sequels and superheroes, a change of pace for the Everyman is to get away from the silver screen and into the stage.
Natural disasters on a grand scale continuously occupy the world stage, but when they play out at the Rogue Theatre, the result is a celebration of the human spirit rather than a descent into destruction.