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  • Bulldozing the Barrio
  • Bulldozing the Barrio

    Photos and film at UA Special Collections document the neighborhood lost to urban renewal
      The grand stone-and-adobe Otero House, boasting a decorative porch and a brick wall around its tidy front yard, didn't look like an example of urban blight.
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  • Epic Musical
  • Epic Musical

    Tucson writer goes from novelist to musical theater in 2016 New York Music Theater Festival
  • Keeping Tucson Tucson
  • Keeping Tucson Tucson

    Tanline Printing stays flexible to stay afloat in a rapidly changing downtown scene
      Love it or hate it, downtown Tucson's development over the last several years has altered our city.
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  • 21st Century Storytelling
  • 21st Century Storytelling

    The Institute for Collaborative Storytelling kicks off in Tucson
      The performing arts in general are by nature collaborative. For theater you have a play, actors, designers and then a director that coordinates all the elements into the director's vision of the piece. It's a similar story in film, but perhaps with even more rigid delineated roles. But as he met and communicated with other experts in conferences all over the country, Allen began to be attracted to a different approach to "creating story."
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  • Dream Building
  • Dream Building

    Tucson High drama teacher recognized for the real connections he develops with students, theater
      Art Almquist loves his job.
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  • Dare to CREAM
  • Dare to CREAM

    CREAM founders Patrick Foley and Chris Hall attempt the unthinkable: making money at art
      C.R.E.A.M. (cash rules everything around me) is a to-the-point mantra for a business, but the Wu-Tang Clan song of the same name has been a steady source of inspiration for Patrick Foley, who, along with Chris Hall, started CREAM Design and Print four months ago
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  • Earth Views
  • Earth Views

    Absorbing landscape show at Etherton charts future of land—and photography
      Jody Forster is a consummate master of old-school photography.
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  • Mystery Solved
  • Mystery Solved

    For nearly 65 years, The Mousetrap has lured amateurs and professionals to come out and play
      There is a phenomenon in the theater world that consists of a play that opened in 1952 and is still running today. It began life as a 30-minute radio broadcast in 1947, a request by Queen Mary for her 80th birthday, and with some revision, it developed into the little play that could.
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  • Art About Town
  • Art About Town

    Sneak peek at Steinfeld Warehouse highlights 11th Tucson Artists’ Open Studio Tour
      Positioned in a studio in a bright corner of the old Steinfeld Warehouse, Nancy Charak paints watercolor abstractions.
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  • Making Art Work
  • Making Art Work

    How Christian Ramirez is building a bond between MOCA and the larger Tucson community
      Tucson has a lot going for it—transcendent lighting, relative affordability, perfect refried beans, Rococo clouds.
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  • Arts Shuffle
  • Arts Shuffle

    After nearly a decade promoting the local arts community, Roberto Bedoya, respected TPAC administrator, resigns
      "It's been nine years," Roberto Bedoya says. "I'm really proud of [Tucson Pima Arts Council], and what it's accomplished. I'm ready to go. I'm just exhausted."
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  • GAP Said, Gaslight Said
  • GAP Said, Gaslight Said

    After the for-profit theatre Great American Playhouse closed, a drama behind the scenes began to unfold
      It's the good guys versus the bad guys. In some cases, like in the melodrama-style of theater we see at the Gaslight Theatre, it's very easy to distinguish who's who and which is which. In life, unfortunately, it doesn't always work that way.
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  • Crystal Frontier
  • Crystal Frontier

    Sonoran Glass School can turn you into an artist
      Sonoran Glass School is the only place in the desert southwest that offers lessons in and provides facilities for each of these disciplines.
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