Great service to the public! Learn about participating in clinical research while you are there!
Beautiful art work in a sublime location. The gallery space presents Stevens' art work in one of the most beautiful settings in the Tucson valley. Stevens' art, while known by a select few in Tucson and Tubac, is truly one of the best kept secrets in our area. His vivid use of color and space reinvents our southwest landscape and people, bringing our imaginations into play. His paintings are always fresh, bringing something new to the eye each time they are viewed. One could live a lifetime with his art, never tiring of it. Victor has been underground for a number of years, not showing his art anywhere. Tucson is fortunate that this artist has opened his own studio/gallery in order to share his paintings with the public once again. It is true that to see Victor's art you must drive a little, however you get so much more in return! It is well worth the drive to visit Victor's Studio and Gallery in the Desert.
I know the playwright. This is an intense, dark, beautiful noirish story. I haven't seen it yet, but I'm going.
Can't wait for this event! What a great time and haven't seen a Flam Chen show in a while.
This is a really fun tournament...Please note that April 7th is the sign up deadline and that April 14th is the actual date of the tournament!
"The AmoSphere!" opened last week at Club Congress for Ivan Neville's "Dumpstaphunk"
It was a great night of music and "The AmoSphere!" phunked it up! Great to see they are back at Congress again!
Does peyote count?
great rummage sale and a great community event.
Message from the filmmakers: Wrong Film! OUR Last Best Chance: From the Human Rights Watch web site: LAST BEST CHANCE brilliantly presents a political legend, Senator Edward Kennedy, in his final battle for comprehensive immigration reform in the US. Seeking legislation that he believes would best serve US interests and provide greater security and dignity to many of the 20 million people currently living in the shadows, Senator Kennedy joins forces with talented allies on the outside to marshal fellow Senators toward a “Grand Bargain.”
Please visit: http://www.howdemocracyworksnow.com/home
Check out the parade at El Presidio Park @ 10:00 am on Alameda -- starts early -- will be fun!!
Thanks again Tucson Weekly/Solar Power. The sooner the better. I hope.
Its at the beginning of Dragoon Road...........Interesting American Indian artifacts if your into that...........
This will be a "not to be missed" show! Ivan Neville's "Dumpstaphunk" was called "The best funk band in New O'leans right now" by the New York Times. Keith Richards says"Ivan's so good- I play with him!" They are the next generation of The Neville Brothers."The AmoSphere!" is Tucson's best New O'leans sound funk band- it'll be a phunky night!!
Good little powwow
This guy has all the old school,all rock n roll, 2 much to mention. he will help u put the glide back in your stride!get ready to wag your tail with all his jams!!!!
Caliente DJ has a great variety of music from Old school to the new hits and even reggaeton and cumbias! He has the party lights and he's system sounds great! The music he spins makes you wanna dance! =)
This is a wonderful excursion into Arizona's past. Apache Pass (El Paso del Dado) is one of the most historically significant places in Arizona. Fort Bowie was a focal point of Apache-European contact for decades. There's even a stretch of the original Butterfield Overland Mail route that can be hiked.
Can't wait till Ritchie Ramone's Concert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
We hope to be back at Benjamin Plumbing Supply in March for another edition of the Tucson Food Truck Roundup. For calendar listing of dates, see:
Okay, you have posted this notice for TUSD. Why aren't you questioning the value of these presentations when the public has not yet had access to the proposed budget? Maybe you've never examined a large school district's budget. I have. It is virtually impossible for someone to walk into a room, listen to a presentation on such a budget, and either process what it means or...even more importantly...ask relevant questions about the proposed budget. That is true even if printed copies of the budget are available at the meeting. The budget should have been on-line at least a week ago to give interested members of the public a real opportunity to examine it in detail and formulate questions.
Where is the promised transparency? It seems the TUSD administration is more concerned about appearing to value public input on the budget than actually creating real opportunities for meaningful input by members of the public.
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