Monday, October 15, 2018

Three Great Things to Do in Tucson Today: Monday, Oct. 15

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click to enlarge Daniel Apai, speaker at EDEN hosted by the UA - COURTESY OF UA
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  • Daniel Apai, speaker at EDEN hosted by the UA
Public Evening Astronomy Lecture Series. EDEN: A Search for Habitable Worlds within the Solar Neighborhood is providing visitors with free admission and free use of the telescope. Steward Observatory hosts as Daniel Apai lectures to students and other visitors. Event starts at 7:30 p.m. in room N210. Free. 933 N. Cherry Ave. Details Here.

Murder at Cactus Casino! For just $39 you can become a murder-solving detective at The Gaslight Music Hall. They are hosting a musical murder mystery you get to watch while chowing down on a four-course meal. What's better than food and entertainment? Trick question-nothing! Better yet, it's interactive entertainment. Throughout the night a variety of crimes are going to happen and at least one of them will be a murder; and it will be up to you to solve the crime! 6:30 p.m. every Monday night. 13005 N. Oracle Road. Details Here.

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  • Photo Courtesy India Oven
Celebrate 25 Years of India Oven.  Tucson is filled with popular Indian restaurants, and India Oven on Campbell is one of the most well-loved—as evidenced by the fact that they are celebrating an astounding quarter of a century in the Tucson culinary scene. Stop in for dinner any day over the next week to congratulate the Bhatti family on 25 years of korma, curry and tandoori. If you buy two dinner entrees, they'll give you an appetizer (samosa, onion bahaji or veggie pakora) on the house. 5- 9:45 p.m. though Oct. 21. 2727 N. Campbell Ave Details here.

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Events compiled by Brianna Lewis, Emily Dieckman, B.S. Eliot, Ava Garcia and Jeff Gardner.

 

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