No Man’s Land Film Fest
Beer Week: Ermanos Craft Beer & Wine Bar.
Mexican food, BBQ, and beer? It's like they rolled Tucson into a perfect little ball (minus the saguaro needles). On top of the awesome food, Ermanos is also unveiling their new Cerezo beer! 5-9 p.m.
Beer Week: Pueblo Vida.
Releases are fun, especially if alcohol is involved. Pueblo Vida will have a can release of Andromeda IPA and Momentum Pale Ale
. Why not end a week dedicated to the celebration of beer with not one, but two can releases? 4-10 p.m.
Presented by the Climbing Association of Southern Arizona, this series of films celebrates lady adventurers
. Check out female athletes conquering terrain and obstacles for the first time in Tucson, and stay after for a discussion with local women making a difference. 7:30 p.m. $12. The Loft Cinema.
If Valentine’s Day left you feeling empty, go ahead and fill yourself back up with a five-course meal at Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort & Spa
. Featuring every kind of fancy dish you could imagine: oysters, peach jam, lamb, goat cheese, lime lavender vinaigrette, and more. 245 E Ina Road. For reservations, call (520) 297-1151.
No One Told Me This Sh*t Was Going to be Hard!
Well, ain’t that the truth about just about everything in life. In this case, though, it’s about the ups and downs, failures and successes, trials and tribulations of being an entrepreneur and starting your own company. Hear from a panel of experts at this interactive event, including representatives from InHouse, the real estate software company. 5:30 to 7 p.m. Connect Coworking–Downtown Tucson Office Space, 33 South Fifth Ave. $5.
This is easier to remember at this time of year, when we’re not all making frantic dashes from our air-conditioned houses to our air-conditioned cars, and burning out hands on our steering wheels, but Tucson actually has more than one season. In fact, it has five: winter, spring, fore-summer, summer monsoon and fall. Tohono Chul Park’s new gallery exhibit celebrates Tucson’s array of seasons, and of biological specimens. Featured artist Janet Windsor uses graphic design and stitching skills to create fiber artwork of desert seasons. Exhibit runs through Wednesday, April 18. Artist’s reception: 5:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15 Curator’s Talk: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20 and Thursday, Feb. 22. Tohono Chul Park, 7366 Paseo del Norte. $13 adults, $10 students, seniors over 62 and military. $3 kids 5 to 12 and free for kids under 5.
The Best Brothers.
Canadian playwright Daniel MacIvor brings us this tale of calamity, competitive siblings and canines
. When a woman named Bunny Best loses her life at a Gay Pride Parade, her two sons are saddled with writing obituaries, giving eulogies and caring for their mother’s Italian greyhound, Enzo. In the midst of it all, their sibling rivalry comes to a head. It’s witty and lighthearted, and there’s a dog. What more could you ask for? Thursday, Feb. 15 to Saturday, March 24. 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays through Saturdays and 3 p.m. on Sundays. Live Theatre Workshop, 5317 E. Speedway Blvd. $15 Thursday nights and $18 to $20 Friday through Sunday.
Rob Schneider & David Spade:
Joe Dirt and The Hot Chick are coming together for an absolutely unparalleled night of comedy
. There’s no telling what these guys are gonna say, but just think about Schneider’s roles in Grown Ups, You Don’t Mess With The Zohan and The Animal, and Spade’s work in Dicke Roberts: Former Child Star, Tommy Boy and Benchwarmers (Schneider was in that one too), and you’ll get the idea. Buh-Bye. 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.) Casino Del Sol Event Center, 45655 W. Valencia Road. Tickets start at $45. 21+.
Events compiled by Jeff Gardner, Emily Dieckman and Brianna Lewis.