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.
I think this is 2 weeks in a row that RPM has had live music listed and both times - no band at all. Last night, no band (I drove cross town to see) and when you call to ask if "there is actually a band tonight" you get a recorded message telling you the person you are calling is not available. REALLY? Get it together RPM! (Love 80s and Gentlemen! - great dance band!)
My mother died because the very ones who should have been there to protect her from the elements of the world were right in her own back yard as well as in her own home. My mistake I made was thinking that at least one person,my sister was there and I thought she would not let anyone hurt mom, I was wrong. I lived out of state and couldn't watch over her and the ones who were there were good at making excuses for not taking her to the Dr. as well as the black and blue marks on her face and else where on her body. When I did go check on her,I was not prepared for what I was going to be in for. Before I went, I knew something was wrong just by the conversation I had with my sister and being told excuses as to why my mom hasn't been to the dr since she wasnt doing good.I 'am writting a book about Elder Abuse and the warning signs in families,when mom or dad is in the wrong hands inside the family circle. Every elderly person should have "the talk" with his or her Dr. about who is there to help and the Dr. should take time to really talk and be introduced to different family members,if something just doesn't seem right,the department of social services,elderly abuse hot line should be called ASAP,get involved no matter what and maybe save a life. I miss my best friend and mom,don't wait until it is too late to do something.
This is a really good dance band and they don't just play all the tunes you know and have heard ten million times!!!
Can't wait til Friday for the Guinness Toast! This has been a great party in the past! What Celt in their right mind woundn't show up to toast Guinness! See you at the Hut! I'll be there!
Show is not good
This is a collaborative event of Tucson Pima Arts Council, Barbea Williams Performance Company, Centro Cultural, Iskashitaa Refugee Network, and Safos Dance Theatre. We hope to see you there to enjoy Nepalese and Congolese dancing, basket-making workshops, and much more!
- Natalie Brown
As one parent I overhead said while walking around the crowded vendors' tables, "A bunch of people sitting behind tables!! This isn't fun!!"
I think that sums it up. Nothing fun for kids to do, no activities other than some crowded tables with paper plates and popsicle sticks, no food or drinks except for Egees. The science part of the festival amounted to dropping tennis balls into a small flour filled box. With all the talented, intelligent students in the science, arts and dance department at the U. of A., this could have been a great event for kids but maybe this is why Tucson will always be a second tier city. A parakeet could have organized a better festival!
I LOVE THIS BAND!!!
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