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Photographer Scott Baxter has spent the better part of 10 years in a marathon photo shoot capturing an essential, yet all-too-quickly disappearing slice of Arizona history: the men, women and families who have worked Arizona ranches for 100 years or more.
A first-ever cowboy poetry and music gathering is being staged in SaddleBrooke on Saturday, Jan. 15, featuring cowboy humorist Baxter Black, cowboy singer Dave Stamey, poet Ross Knox and the Way Out West Trio.
Contributed photo, Cowboy singer Dave Stamey comes from California to sing songs of the genre. Tickets are on sale now, with proceeds benefiting the Tucson Troop Support Group.
Contributed photo, Cowboy humorist Baxter Black of Benson headlines Saddle Up in the Brooke, a cowboy poetry and music gathering Jan. 15 in SaddleBrooke.
For the many unfortunates who managed to miss cowboy poet legend Baxter Black when he spoke at Barnes and Noble Booksellers in early December, you have another chance. And what better way to start Rodeo Week here in Tucson than to mosey on down to Tohono Chul Park and hear Mr. Black spread some of his Western lore and wit.
Upcoming arts, entertainment and cultural events in the area.
A listing of arts and cultural events for the week.
The Greater Oro Valley Arts Council is venturing farther east than usual to the La Encantada shopping center for its summer concert series this year.