After two years, the University of Arizona's Marroney Theatre reopens with a big show.Â
After staying in the Lopez family for three generations, Mi Nidito is being sold to the owner of Guillermo's Double L, another historic South Fourth Avenue restaurant.Â
The winners of the Tucson Festival of Books' Young Artists and Authors contests will be recognized during this year's event.
University of Arizona class of 2020 grad Naphtali Curry landed his biggest role to date as Donkey in "Shrek the Musical," coming to Tucson next week.Â
These dogs and cats can't wait to meet you and maybe go home with you forever!
Class is in session as Arizona Theatre Company brings Tony-winning Terrence McNally play "Master Class" to Tucson.Â Â
An adaptation of Homer's "The Iliad" is the basis for a powerful production on stage in Tucson.
A panel discussion will teach you the ins and outs of Tucson Festival of Books for newbies and longtime event-goers.
Cirque du Soleil is combining ice skating and acrobatics in its new show, "Crystal." Catch it in Tucson this weekend.
The Reverend Horton Heat brings "The Stars Align Tour" with Dale Watson, Jason D. Williams to Congress Plaza on Friday, one of several cool shows heading here.Â
Arizona Friends of Chamber Music will celebrate former president Jean-Paul Bierny with a concert of his favorite composers during the festival that he co-founded.
These reads, available through the Pima County Public library, will keep you guessing.
Tucson vocalist Crystal Stark and Canadian pianist Stewart Goodyear make TSO solo debuts in a concert celebrating 100 years of Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue."Â