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Showbiz dystopia steers off track

Showbiz dystopia steers off track

Actors are the most important tools in movie making, treated with a reverence and humanity above that of any other position on set.

There's no raining on Barbra Streisand's parade

There's no raining on Barbra Streisand's parade

It’s official: Barbra Streisand is the reigning diva of the music industry, as her latest album Partners has just made her the only female artist to have a number one album sold in each of the last six decades. Read More

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Church rises from ashes for festival

Thousands of visitors flowed onto the grounds of St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church last weekend during the Tucson Greek Festival.

Show Me Dat Tat: September 29

Sienna Mackey and Michelle Closs were featured in this special installment of Who, What, Wear for their unique tattoos.

MUSIC more in music

KAMP column: Mad Decent Block Party performs to a full house

The touring summertime mini-fest Mad Decent Block Party took over Phoenix on Friday. The event took place at Rawhide with one stage and eight artists. The stage set at the front of a large field speckled by food trucks, bars and water fountains. read more

Kid Ink comes to the Rialto

School starts in two weeks, and many Wildcats are already here in Tucson. Without piles of homework or any classes to study for, we find ourselves searching for a fun night — something that a Kid Ink concert promises. read more

Iron and Wine to grace Rialto

Get ready, because on Tuesday, Sam Beam and his magnificent dad-gone-to-the-wild beard will be serenading fans all night at The Rialto Theatre. read more

LIFESTYLE more in lifestyle

Guitars and music lovers swarm Park Place

The second annual guitar festival took place at Park Place Mall this past weekend. The free festival showcased local music exhibitors, live performances and engaging activities for guitar enthusiasts. read more

Fiesta looks to bless the rains down in Tucson

With the help of the Tucson community, the monsoons may be coming Tuesday for the 17th annual El Dia de San Juan Fiesta. Each year on June 24, the fiesta attendees pray for the beginning of the monsoon season to bring new life to the desert. read more