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Jason McInerney and his wife, Melissa, recently tapped their lunch orders onto a touchscreen at the entrance to the Be Our Guest restaurant at Florida's Walt Disney World Resort and were told to take any open seat. Moments later a food server appeared at their table with their croque-monsieur and carved turkey sandwiches.
Meet author Gloria McMillan and “live Martian tour guides” at the March 15 launch of McMillan’s book, “Orbiting Ray Bradbury’s Mars: Biographical, Anthropological, Literary, Scientific, and Other Perspectives.”
The celebrated off-Broadway comedy, Around the World in 80 Days, which features five actors in a theatrical tour-de-force playing 39 characters from Jules Verne’s classic adventure novel, will come alive at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave., from March 1-22.
Now this is a sports bet.
Pima Community College adjunct instructor Gloria McMillan has organized an exhibit honoring famous science fiction writer Ray Bradbury.
January means mid-season shows are coming - here is a list of some of the shows scheduled through the spring -
The morning was unusually quiet.
After making an appearance at Country Thunder in 2011, Eric Church came back this year – and he came back with a bang.
Four days and 48 games into the NCAA Tournament and there are zero perfect brackets and only 16 teams remaining in the fight to achieve the ultimate goal, a National Championship. The madness of March is truly upon us and this year’s NCAA tournament is already making history. From game-winning shots to unbelievable upsets, there are a few teams that are taking the tournament by storm and shocking sports fans everywhere.
It took four games, but Arizona finally has its first win over a Bruins team - of any kind - this season.
We've reached the time of the year when everybody is looking for that trendy upset pick to separate themselves in their office pool. Arizona is looking to ruin brackets for those picking Belmont in the NCAA tournament second-round contest Thursday in Salt Lake City.
It’s that time of year again. The college basketball finale, the pinnacle and absolute craziest part of the season, the NCAA tournament. Dubbed “March Madness” or “The Big Dance”, the NCAA tournament is a sporting event like nothing else. Comprised of 68 Division I basketball teams, the tournament is each team’s pathway to a chance to win the coveted National Championship.
LAS VEGAS -- The Pac-12 Conference tournament's online stat feed appropriately had fourth-seeded Arizona labeled as the home team Thursday afternoon for its second-round meeting with No. 5 Colorado.
Yet again, another college basketball regular season is coming to an end, which only means one thing, it’s tournament time! The part of the season when each game becomes increasingly important and at any given moment, a team’s season can end on a simple flick of the wrist. Conference tournaments will take place first and shortly after is the highly coveted, NCAA tournament.
Although it’s not quite “March Madness” and the NCAA basketball tournament isn’t here yet, it sure feels like it. From buzzer-beating thrillers to upsets, this week alone in college basketball will be hard to match even when the real madness begins.
The sophomore appropriately dubbed "Air Zona" saved Christmas and an unbeaten record for third-ranked Arizona on Tuesday night.
Swimmers from four different Tucson-area high schools might be getting to know each other a bit better these days.
It’s that time of year again. When sports fans research, discuss, analyze and do everything possible to predict the outcome of every game in the NCAA tournament. For the next three weeks, they will check their computer or phone to see the scores and watch their beloved bracket crumble to pieces as each buzzer sounds. Yes, the madness of March is finally upon us. When 68 NCAA basketball teams are chosen to compete for its most prestigious prize, the National Championship.