Arts & Life

Around the Corner: The birth of Hurricane Records

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.   Read more

Students help students at the We Protect Us Weekend

The We Protect Us Weekend, an event put on for the Campus Pantry in collaboration with the Coalition of Black Students and Allies and the Queers United Coalition, transpired this past weekend and brought with it a message of unity and the power of students in the University of Arizona community. Read more

Amplified A Cappella shines inside and outside the UA

Amplified A Cappella, one of the University of Arizona's a cappella groups, has faced the pandemic with music. Through their voices, Amplified shared its message about climate change and racial issues in UpstagedAID, organized by Upstaged Entertainment Group, one of the biggest virtual college a cappella competitions in history.  Read more

Tyrell Blacquemoss and the art of dreaming

The moment that artist Tyrell Blacquemoss sat down to speak with me, a wave of calm crashed over me. With a soothing voice dripping with wisdom, Blacquemoss’s grounded creative spirit took me on a journey as they gave me a glimpse into an art form I had never even considered: the art of dreams.    Read more