Week of Jan. 26 recap from Arts & Life Editor

Top 3 stories of the week and a look at what is to come

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Sofia Moraga | The Daily Wildcat The Heavy Petting Rocky shadow cast takes a bow after the film has concluded.

The week of Jan. 21–26 brought us cold weather, exciting events and stories to look out for. These are my top picks from the Arts and Life desk. Check out the other sections, as well as constant online and social posts: 

The free concert on January 25th at 7:30 PM is sponsored by the Confucius Institute

UA celebrates 'Year of the Dog' with symphony concert By Ryane Murray

The University of Arizona is gazing into the Year of the Dog with a Chinese New Year celebration, put on by the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra and the Tucson Sino Choir on Thursday, Jan. 25. 

Spectators wait outside of the Loft Cinema to be let into the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Tucson's 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' marks 40 years By Breagh Watson

The Loft Cinema hosts the longest-running performance of the show in the U.S.

Michael Baker, a non-traditional student at the UA, is the co-founder of Miranda's Station Review: Creative Writing and Poetry magazine. Baker, 52 has returned to finish school and revive the magazine.

'Miranda's Station Review' makes a comeback By Pascal Albright

'90s creative writing and poetry magazine looks to be revived decades later.

 Two Things to look look forward to this weekend:

1. What: Poetry reading to launch Woven Words project

When: Sunday, Jan. 28, 1 p.m.
Where: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum's Warden Oasis Theater, 2021 N. Kinney Road

2. JOGS Gem & Jewelry Show

When: Jan. 25 – Feb. 5
Where: Tucson Expo Center, 3750 E. Irvington Road. 

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