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At Home With New Grange
This six member folk-fusion supergroup is all sound and no fury.
Ambient artist Steve Roach redefines the sound of music.
Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt warns Sierra Vista to manage its rapid growth--or the federal government will.
All The Fine Folk
The 15th annual Tucson Folk Festival infiltrates downtown for two frolicsome days.
Swedish trio Frifot brings Nordic folk to the International Arts Center.
Troubadour and noted fingerstyle guitarist Dave Van Ronk serenades audiences at Unitarian Universalist Church.
Worldly And Wise
Veteran performer Bruce Cockburn appears in Tucson this week.
Staged well but without dazzle, Quilters is an earnest program that's unlikely to play well for those who aren't in sync with its heavy-handed plot.
Set in the swinging '60s, "The Knack...and how to get it" is like watching original source material for "Austin Powers."
Bousel's ambition is laudable, although he strays into excess in his far reach.
A Persistence of Vision
American Theatre masters Lanford Wilson and Marshall Mason bring their golden touch to the Copper State.
The people who tend to be able to cope with the situation are the ones who have financial reserves, reserves of social support, like a supportive spouse, family and friends, and reserves of self-efficacy, of being able to handle personal adversity.
Didgeridoos and Don'ts
Tucson is the digeridoo capital of the Western Hemisphere.
"Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown" is a giddy, tender, satirical and wry delight.
Lord Have Mercy
Mendelssohn's crowning achievement, Elijah, brings fire and brimstone to UA Crowder Hall.
Not Dead Yet
"The Cemetery Club" remains a delightful comedy at heart.