Bookmans Entertainment Exchange, arguably Tucson’s favorite second-hand bookstore, plans to undergo some changes as it celebrates its 40th anniversary.
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Artist Michael Haykin re-examines Earth's often overlooked elements in UA Art Museum exhibit 'Fifteen Indelible Lives'
UA Museum of Art presents its newest exhibition by artist Michael Haykin, “Fifteen Indelible Lives,” this Thursday.
This Tuesday, UA Dance presents its first public performance, “Jazz in AZ,” a one act and one hour high energy blitz of jazz dance. The show is part of the Arizona Jazz Dance Showcase and is celebrating its 25th year of bringing excellent jazz dance to Arizona.
Art house theaters emerged in post-war America as a response to counter-culture and as an alternative to the increasing popularity of television. The Loft Cinema, Tucson’s own art house theater since 1972, will celebrate its first Art House Theatre Day this Saturday.
Sitting in the intimate Marroney Theatre, audience members rifled through the playbill and chattered anxiously as we all waited for the folding red curtains to rise.
Cecilia Iole has been anything but a starving artist since she graduated from UA with a BFA in musical theatre.
It’s that odd time of day. It’s too early to eat dinner, but lunch is a distant memory. Alcohol is singing its sweet song of promise, but there’s no parties tonight. So what’s there to do?
Most of us typically point our noses toward our cell phone screens as we shuffle from class to class, but simply looking up every once and a while reveals the beauty and history built into the very walls of the UA campus.
Following The Loft Cinema’s 70mm Showcase, resident movie nerds Victoria Pereira and Shane Holly go head to head to debate whether the filmmaking style is really all that.
Wildcats, we know one of the most trying endeavors on campus can be finding a decent bathroom in which you can do your business. Accordingly, we sent out arts reporter Shane Holly far and wide to find UA's best and worst restroom — thusly shortening your quest to locate campus' ultimate porcelain throne.
The drive to Sonoita itself feels like a vacation. About an hour and a half south of Tucson, you’ll meander through rolling hills, feeling wholly convinced that you’re in another world — save the ocotillos and soaptree yucca resounding with a prickly sense of home. The green desert, shape-shifting around every corner, eloquently forms an argument for Arizona’s rich and varied beauty.
For millennia, humans have looked to the skies in wonder, fear and longing. Senior Library Assistant Julie Swarstad Johnson captures this wide array of poetic sentiment resulting from space exploration efforts in her exhibit "The Poetry of Spaceflight."