I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a sucker for a magic show, so when I heard that on Oct. 16, Tucson magician Michael Howell was putting on “Terror at the Drive-In,” a drive-in magic show in the Park Place Mall parking lot, I knew I had to be there. I drove into the show skeptical of what I was about to endure and left pleasantly surprised after an hour and a half of what I’d describe as flashy and fast entertainment.
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The University of Arizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences has brought together a group of diverse women to start important conversations about female empowerment. The virtual lecture series, "Woman Power," will be hosted online throughout the month of October. The five-part lecture series features six women: Kate Bernheimer, Elise Lopez, Lisa Sanchez, Sonja Lanehart, Michelle Tellez and Yalitza Aparicio, who stitch together a narrative of power imagined, power contested, power wielded, power spoken and power represented.
The ever-resilient University of Arizona essential workers have risen to the challenge and become the unsung heroes in the university's stand against COVID-19.