- Your Voice
A ghastly review can be enough to make any restaurateur tremble. But to Steve Dunn, a frightening culinary experience is exactly what he wants for his guests.
Arts in the Plaza features fine art and live jazz from some of the most talented artisans and musicians in the region, providing entertainment for all ages. The outdoor festival (running twice a year) showcases musical performances, kids’ activities, tasty food from plaza restaurants and more than 40 artists offering the finest works in the region. This free, two-day event presents a beautiful setting with artwork in all genres.
For the unfamiliar passerby, Planet Beach might be perceived as just another tanning salon, while in fact, it has evolved into far more than that in just one year.
Sometimes, it’s the hard things in life that makes you stronger, but at the Nanini Branch Library, people in the Northwest are using rocks to find peace and strength.
New Orleans jazz has a way of taking listeners back in time. On Saturday, July 16, this style of jazz – performed by the River Road Ramblers – will create a fun atmosphere in the courtyard at La Encantada for a free concert.
The staged reading of the future 35-minute short film called “Tolerance” is slated for Wednesday, May 25, at 7:30 p.m. at Beowulf Alley Theatre, 11 S. 6th Ave. in downtown Tucson.
An item on the agenda for the Oro Valley Town Council would eliminate a long-standing employee advisory board and replace it with a similar organization.
A Northwest church presents its third annual Mardi Gras French Quarter Jazz Mass and jambalaya feed this Sunday, Feb. 14.
Contributed photo, The Original Wildcat Jass Band performs at the third annual Mardi Gras French Quarter Jazz Mass and jambalaya feed this Sunday, Feb. 14, at the Dove of Peace Lutheran Church on Roller Coaster Road.
Being 14 years old, I wouldn't normally think about going to see a movie such as Disney's latest picture, "The Princess and the Frog."
FRIDAY, JULY 10
Upcoming arts, entertainment and cultural events in the area.
September 7, 2005 - From students to council members, civic leaders to area business owners, the residents of the Northwest and Foothills showed they are willing to leap to attention and help in any way they can to provide relief to those affected by Hurricane Katrina.
June 1, 2005 - Silly string: $1.99. Cap and gown: $30. Beach ball: $5. Celebrating the last days as a high school student: priceless.
"Everybody thinks I'm crazy," says Catalina prospector William "Flint" Carter, "and if I wasn't so busy laughing at that I'd agree with them."