The University of Arizona is home to more than 40 outdoor public-art pieces. Read more about the art here.
The rodeo and the rodeo parade are off due to COVID-19 but you can still tap into your inner cowboy.
The family hopes to have new digs by the time they have to leave their home of 38 years in April.
These Tucson restaurants and locally-owned independent food businesses are being honored for working to keep the city's food heritage alive.
After nearly nine months of dark theaters and marquees, many venue operators say the end is near and live music will soon return to Tucson stages. But it's anyone's guess just how soon.
Mount Lemmon is the closest place to find snow near Tucson, Arizona. The Ski Valley and Summerhaven community have opportunities for shopping, dining and skiing.
The incoming executive director of Tucson's Rialto Theatre will focus on rehiring 150 staffers, prepping for reopening following COVID-19 closure.
The popular Tucson dive bar has a new owner who will open the doors for live music next week.
About 75 of the artists who were supposed to perform at last year's event that went virtual due to the pandemic are coming back for in-person performances at Park Place and the MSA Annex at the Mercado.
Corinne Winters will perform works that celebrate women with True Concord Voices & Orchestra.
Pianist Alexander Tentser will break in the new instrument in concert that will benefit Tucson Musicians Relief Fund.
The exhibit traces some of the rich musical history of the historic downtown theater that has been shuttered since for a year due to COVID-19.