GRIND is back this Saturday night at The Skybox for our first public show in over a month and it should be good! Looks like as many as 3 scheduled parties in the house on Saturday and its gonna be hot bootys everywhere. Come out early for the great food at The Skybox to make sure you get a table, but then again who needs a stinkin' table when GRIND's playing! Make your plans now, and get out to the Skybox for a rocking and groovin night with GRIND!
There will be ten authors at the Speedway Bookman's store from 10AM until 2PM and they will donate $1.00 from every book they sell at this event to the American Association for Cancer Research. Children's Picture books include Award Winner CHASE MCKAY DIDN'T GET UP TODAY by Cindy R. Williams, GINGER BOY AND THE SILVER LARIAT by Cynthia Roedig, LIBBY'S VACATION and SANTA GOES SHOPPING by Louise Laughlin. Non-Fiction books include RETIREMENT: SACRED OR SCARED by Nancy Burns, I MUST BE DREAMING by Louise Laughlin and THOUGHTS FROM JAPAN by Donna McKinnis. Fiction books include: SAVE THE CHILD by Margaret Turley, In the Company of Good Women trilogy: ALMOST SISTERS, THREE TICKETS TO PEORIA, and SURPRISE PACKAGES and LEANING INTO THE CURVES by co-author Carroll Hoefling Morris Romance books include Guise of a Gentleman, The Stranger I Married & Queen of Exile by Donna Hatch; Loyalty's Webb & Illuminations of the Heart by Joyce DiPastena. Health Care Providers will be present with information/education on cancer and wellness.
Participating CTGA Galleries include:
Central Arts Gallery- www.centralartsgallery.org - 119 E. Toole Ave. - 520.869.3166
Conrad Wilde Gallery- www.conradwildegallery.com - 439 N. 6th Ave. #171- 520.622.8997
Contreras Gallery- www.contrerashousefineart.com - 110 E. 6th St. - 520.398.6557
Dinnerware Artspace- firstname.lastname@example.org - 119 E. Toole Ave. - 520.869.3166
The Drawing Studio- www.thedrawingstudio.org - 33 S. 6th Ave. - 520.620.0947
Fragment Gallery- www.fragmentgallery.com - Citizen's Warehouse - 44 W. 6th St. - 520.310-8788
The Front @ Platform- www.the-front-gallery.com - 439 N. 6th Ave. - 520.882.3886
Raices Taller 222 Gallery & Workshop- www.raicestaller222.org - 218 E. 6th St. - 520.881.5335
Finally! An association for the many Festivals & Events in our vibrant region! FEATSAZ is gaining momentum fast as our regions most creative group of happy people who bring us celebrations, get things done on-time, on-budget and with flair
An amazing band! I can't wait to go back! Great lead singer & a very good band! It was fun dancing and getting a little crazy!
Gary Morris is one of the great tenors of our time. He was a country heartthrob in the early 80's and went on to play opposite Linda Ronstadt in La Boheme and the lead role, Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables" on Broadway. He's a versatile and highly entertaining performer with an uncanny ability to connect with the audience on an intimate level. Gary is offering 100 free tickets to Emergency First Responders who put their lives on the line to help others, so remaining tickets will sell quickly.
I saw this band at Casino Del Sol once...and I can't wait to see them again...they completely rocked it!!
This place is incredible! It’s a delicious 3-Course candle-lit dinner being served as part of the story line of a hilarious interactive murder mystery whodunit 3-act play. The play's set at a magic show so we got to see some magic performed and someone actually sawn in half. Volunteers from the audience are allowed to come on stage for some of the scenes. Someone even wins a prize at the end for solving the mystery. Everyone had a great time and we'd def go back again.
Highly Recommended... YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!
Awesome Show! This beats a movie and dinner. This live show is sure to please!
Whats up am i the first one on here?
I read some of the posted reviews and became apprehensive about our forthcoming evening. Last weekend my wife and I and our best friends attended the Magical Mystery Dinner Theater -- we all had a wonderful time and a terrific evening. It is hard to believe that these other people who posted negative reviews did not have a great time. I know that we all did and when our friends from out of town come to visit us we will all be going again.
Was fortunate enough to catch Jazz Telephone at the Sky Bar, great jazz band. Very talented. Great venue
I went a couple of days ago and loved it !! I'm looking for a place to tent camp for a week or so close to Torts. Anyone with ideas e-mail me !
Night of the Iguana was a superb performance! Keep up the wonderful work!!!!
the Swami is wise. :)
Check out this sweet little video from the Earth First! Journal collective:
Full disclosure: I'm the gallery owner, but I wanted to say thanks to all who attended the opening Friday night. Your support of Tucson artists, and the All Soul's Procession, makes our city a joyful place to be.
Larry Armstrong and CopperMoon are the answer to the dearth of good basic country western and folk in Tucson. Armstrong's background as the son of local legend Dean Armstrong, and his years as a musician in the Bay Area, contribute to the vast range of music he covers, from Bob Wills, the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Merle Haggard, and Waylon Jennings, to his own compositions which are often equal to any of the above. Cathy Armstrongs harmonies and the excellent band add to the total effect. If this is your music get yourself to Nimbus Brewery (NOT Bistro) every other Sunday night.
What makes this place great is the KJ Sean show. Sean is a born entertainer, and has his own entourage of somewhat eccentric singers who follow him around from place to place. This particular venue is his least busy, and so I would highly recommend it for a first-time singer, a bizarre and unusual song, or anyone who wants to get up to the mic on a Wednesday.
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