Inquiry at the Bar

Inquiry at the Bar

Tucson author Becky Masterman’s new crime thriller, We Were Killers Once, is the fourth book to feature Brigid Quinn, a former FBI agent who has retired to Tucson.


Hot Times in the City

“Oregon Coast,” a bracing painting in Contreras Gallery’s Small Works show, is just the antidote Tucson’s heat calls for.

All Over the Map

TMA’s Travelogue traces the intersection of art and tourism in countries around the world

The Chasers

They had their spot in the stairwell. They were Chicano kids—Mexican Americans—growing up in Tucson in the 1950s. They were the Chasers.

Back to the Future

Artists at Etherton evoke past and present in their works of “visual language”

Casually Dysfunctional

In the recent Live Theater Workshop production of Appropriate, written by Branden Jacob-Jenkins, the audience is presented with a plethora of things to tackle.

A Woman’s Place is in the Gallery

More than 80 artists from across the United States and from several other countries are exhibiting more than 90 pieces of art in the gallery's 15th annual Mujeres Mujeres Mujeres exhibit.

The Sizeys Return: Small Things Considered

Some 81 artists made it into the invitational show, with petite paintings, wee weavings and small-scale sculptures and photos.

Storied Past: A Well-Read Woman: The Life, Loves and Legacy of Ruth Rappaport

A Well-Read Woman: The Life, Loves and Legacy of Ruth Rappaport archives the harrowing, and at times brazen, tale of a librarian who championed access to information and balked at sexism in the workplace years before the Western feminist movement came to be.

On the Edge of Deportation

An excerpt from The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez

Bordering on Brutality: The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez

Aaron Bobrow-Strain's new book about the border, The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez, combines the life story of a young undocumented woman, told in extraordinary detail, with a history of the U.S. border enforcement regime.

At a Loss: Rabbit Hole

Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire is a wonderfully scripted story that explores five individuals processing the loss of a child.


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