Before science could even explain the natural phenomenon, the summer solstice was commemorated all across the globe. Even now, many Tucsonans and cultures around the world mark the day in honor of the sun and the life it has made possible.
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Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia was an everyman’s Jack of all trades—an impressionist painter and sculptor, a composer, an architect, a director and a lithographer, among other titles. His work was all created in and inspired by the world of the Sonoran desert and the melting-pot culture it provided.
According to program director Jeff Yanc, the Loft Cinema strives to offer Tucsonans something conventional theaters and laptop screens can’t — a marathon film experience that's social.
By day, Miranda Schubert is a 33-year-old academic advisor in the physiology department at the University of Arizona.