So excited for this! I will be there with a Scentsy Fragrance display! Come down and shop! You won't regret it!
Keith Lowell Jensen and Johnny Taylor will be here to entertain the heathens of
the Tucson area at our only standup comedy venue. These people are funny and
they're coming here just for us. Tickets are available at the door. $15 along with a
couple of items from the kitchen or bar makes for an affordable night of comedy.
This event is sponsored by FreeThought Arizona and the freethinkers of the Tucson
area. Let's get together and make this a success.
Keith Lowell Jensen is a freethinking, atheist comedian who has performed at The
American Atheists 50th Anniversary Convention in Austin, TX, Reasonfest in
Lawrence, KS, and Skepticon in Springfield, MO as well as at clubs around the
He has three albums out including his latest Elf Orgy, out on Stand Up! Records.
Jensen has appeared on Spike TV, The History Channel, and the Starz network. He
founded The Coexist Comedy Tour and stars in the film of the same name, currently
running on Starz and playing at select theaters. Jensen's hour long comedy special
Cats Made of Rabbits is available through Video On Demand starting May 20th,
Sacramento's Johnny Taylor uses sharp wit, and off-beat sensibilities to
communicate his sometimes tragic life experiences in a hilarious way.
A dynamic performer, Johnny has established a reputation for displaying a wide
range of comedic styles.
He has opened for some of the biggest names in stand-up comedy, including Robin
Williams, Bobcat Goldthwait, Brian Posehn, Wayne Federman, and more.
Johnny is a regular at every major comedy club in Northern California, including the
San Francisco Punch Line, Sacramento Punch Line, Cobb's Comedy Club, and 142
Throckmorton Theater, and was recently featured on Comedytime.TV.
Can't wait to celebrate our trolley!!
So many different events at this event: food and drink, entertainment, art exhibits, an auction, and more. It's one of those events where you plan on walking around for a couple of hours and end up spending the entire day. The big question: what color cowboy hat should I wear? I remember the Standells doing "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White."
So excited for this event. Great music, great dancing, awesome times!
The EL Nacimiento display is pretty amazing, the detail, the work that went into it. We found it almost by accident, when told about it by a woman in a nearby museum/shop. The El Nacimiento is in a very non-descript building that had to be pointed out to us. Well worth seeing, worth a trip to Tucson to see it.
Hello Tucson.. I am BlazinBill , Bass PLayer for the Original Hard rock Band BAD TOWNE here in Tucson.. i posted about a year ago and thanked every one for coming out to see the Bands at The HUT on 4th ave on 11/10/2011..BAD TOWNE had the Honor of sharing the stage with some awsome guys n talented musicians.. And i hope we can do it again some day guys.. Just an F.Y.I. Tucson , the Boys of BAD TOWNE are BACK!! And gonna be back out there soon hopfully hitting a Stage near you.. So keep your eyes n ears open ,N look out for BAD TOWN.. Well Tucson , its New Years Eve 2013 n we r all gonna b doin r thing with friends n family Tonite... So please B Safe, Buckel up N PLEASE dont drink N drive.. Get a DD if u Plan on Drinking ... Well Tucson, on Behaf of The boyz Of BAD TOWNE ," HAPPY NEW YEARS" N we hope "2014" in a really Awsome year for all of u.. Hope to see ya around towne soon
Great event with so much to do for people and their dogs! One correction - the website is DogtoberfestAZorg.
Last year, Wingspan Senior Pride did a great job of attracting over 300 people to a screening of the film "Gen Silent." This year's program, according to the folks who have been planning it, will be even better. And I understand there will be good substantial snacks, too!
Roadrunners now meets at Atria Bell Court Gardens in Academy Hall 6653 E Carondelet Dr. (past St. Jo's) Park in lot in front of main building, follow signs for Roadrunners at Academy Hall.
Same time, same wonderful talented members waiting to welcome you!
Ethel Lee-Miller DTM
VP Public Relations
this band was awesome!!! wish they were still together
I received this CD as a gift from my niece who had seen Pablo perform in Pennsylvania. Pablo eloquently captures the struggles of those immigrating to US from the South of the border. He captures the pain, the horrible deaths, and the spirit of the people. The song "Si Se Puede" with the chant "El Pueblo Unido Jamas Sera Vencido" is inspiring to many of us who have been involved in the Chicano and other struggles. His song "Guacamole" was so "alegre and with such a great beat, I just had to get up and dance. The guitar and other musicians on the CD are excellent. Pablo's Spanish is also excellent. After listening to the CD, my husband, Chicano Muralist Leo Tanguma was inspired to paint a mural about the immigration struggle and I wanted to do more to help. I would like to know where to buy another copy of the CD. tangumaj@njhealth..org.
This event is awesome and without peer in Tucson. The food you eat is like what your grandma would make (if you had a Thai grandma). The first time we went, I was a little nervous, as I had never been in a Buddhist temple before; but, it's been smooth sailing ever since. Recommend you wear sandals with no socks, as you must remove your shoes before entering. If you end up eating in the rear garden, you won't want socks on (it's soft sand). If you eat in the temple, you must be shoeless also. Try this once, you will hooked. Best kept 'secret' in Tucson.
If you guys are ever looking for a no chain restaurant with a great atmosphere and good service I defiantly recommend this place located at the foothill malls. The moment I walked into the place and saw all these guitars hung on the wall signed by all these great guitarist I knew right away that this was the place for me and after talking to the chief there I was so surprise that he knew about my old guitar teacher back when I took lessons at guitar center. I had the shrimp scamp and the shrimp tasted so good and fresh! I would so go back to this place!
The City improvements are beautiful. If you haven't been to Sentinel Peak Park recently, go check it out, then come help us celebrate August 1 at 5:30.
Love this! Beautiful displays, wonderful items, friendly staff. A real pleasure. Better parking would be wonderful but part of the charm is the building.
Please Note that the date published is incorrect, this event is NOT June 7th, it's on June 18th at 7:00 PM.
Iam so there this weekend!!!!!
Riveting performance! Timely modernization of several ancient themes. Although definately for adults, the child actors present an integral piece of the message in a professional and emotionally engaging manner. You won't be disappointed.
I attended this last year. It was very intense. Can't wait to see it again. Was hoping they were doing it this year.
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