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Whether it’s a birthday, an anniversary, a holiday or a random day of the week, flowers have been used worldwide as a way to communicate one's love and appreciation.
Arte Bella, located along Tucson's Historic Fourth Avenue, is one of the first businesses in town to encourage and allow the concept of Bring Your Own Bud — or "BYOB" — and weed-friendly events.
Feminists Organized to Resist, Create and Empower will be hosting the SlutWalk 2021, an event that copes the issue of slut shaming, victim blaming, street harassment and other forms of sexual violence.
From rehearsing in a basement that could hardly fit a drum set to the big stage of Dusk Music Festival in downtown Tucson’s Jacomé Plaza, the fledgling band, The Basements have experienced their first taste of what it's like to be rock stars in the spotlight.
The 32nd annual All Souls Procession is back in person. The free three-day celebration brings the Tucson community together to celebrate those who have passed, and will take place from Friday, Nov. 5, to Sunday, Nov. 7, in downtown Tucson.
A current trend on TikTok is gaining popularity at the University of Arizona dorms and off-campus residences. The trend consists of individuals breaking or stealing exit signs from inside of dorm buildings and off-campus residences.
Seven local bands brought their diverse musical talent to the stage of Club Congress to compete for a chance to perform at Dusk Music Festival on Nov. 13 to 14.
The 2021 Tucson Pride's Annual Pride in the Desert parade and festival has been postponed for the second year in a row due to concerns for public health and the safety of the Tucson community.
Live performances are back. Tucson performance venues are hosting live events, but only with one condition of being fully vaccinated or showing a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours prior to the show.
Tucson is known for its exquisite variety of bars and restaurants, along with its warm and welcoming atmosphere. Yet with months of quarantine, curfews and social distancing mandates, Tucson's vibrant restaurant scene has changed drastically.
The unique location of the University of Arizona offers students the opportunity to go out and experience new and exciting adventures, such as camping, all within a driving distance of the campus.
The Center for Creative Photography is temporarily closed to the public through the spring semester. Although, their extravagant Finding Meaning exhibit and other collections remain open for online viewing. The curators of the CCP hope that the works can offer a space for community and collective reflection as the pandemic continues.
With the shift to online classes, more University of Arizona students are spending time indoors. Many students are faced with feelings of loneliness and isolation as a result of this virtual format, which leaves them seeking new ways to fill the need for a companion.
The transition to a virtual semester has been troubling for many. Online lectures, discussions and meetings presented a completely new and unfamiliar learning experience that not only students, but also teachers had to adapt to.
The pandemic has imposed many hardships for students at the University of Arizona. The transition to online classes, cancellation of events and limitation of large group gatherings has left many students at home with more time on their hands than ever before.
Hurricane Records is a well-known record store located along Historic Fourth Avenue in Tucson, Arizona. This shop is owned by Tucson local, Rich Hopkins and is recognized for its new and used vinyl records, CDs, turntables, speakers, compact amps, vintage receivers and more.
Many students at the University of Arizona are getting stressed as Thanksgiving break approaches and as they plan for the upcoming holiday season.
The annual Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair in Tucson, Arizona has been cancelled in response to the coronavirus pandemic.