Checkpoint Trauma

Checkpoint Trauma

Joshua Garcia's pulse quickens every time he approaches a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint.

 

Bathed in Light

Graves has found a game-changing new way to portray black people in America.

Where’s the Warhol?

Yellow, red and blue. The color scheme of simpler times.

Reluctant Romance

The real smack in the head is when life gives us great gifts and great losses in the same moment.

Drum Roll, Please

People are milling about in groups with dogs (hot, veggie and even a few of the furry variety), exchanging hugs and stories.

Storming the Wall

One hot day in Tabasco, southern Mexico, in 2015, author Todd Miller met three young Honduran farmers trying to escape catastrophe.

Stolen Goods

The movie-plot story of how a priceless painting stolen 31 years ago from the U of A made its way home, damaged but savable.

Class Acts

Something Something Theatre and Live Theatre Workshop's new performances

Fall Arts Preview

Tucson's art season began not with a flash but a shadow, when the full moon crossed the blazing Arizona sun one dazzling morning last week.

Fall Arts Preview: Visual Arts

Visual arts exhibits, tours and experiences offer plenty to see and do this fall.

Fall Arts Preview: Theatre

So far you've outlasted the crazy events of the past year and have landed at the precipice-of a new theater season.

Fall Arts Preview: Dance

All the dance events you need to know this fall.

Fall Arts Preview: Classical Music

Fall musical performances you won't want to miss

Fall Arts Preview: Books

Get your written word on. Where to find readings, author events, workshops and more this fall.

Answering Every Calling

Kathryn Ferguson had so many talents and interests it's hard to tally them all up.

Fire and Fury

For "Liar, Liar Pants on Fire," Linda Bohlke scorched a pair of toddler jeans and emblazoned them with the flaming face of our president, Mr. Fire and Fury himself.

Production Values

How The Producers is coming to life in Tucson

Bloom Free

If Tucson is a body, Jocelyn is the synapses connecting its creative faculties.

Present Future

Agricultural fields once stretched across the desert as far as the eye could see. Danny Lyon was there to photograph them.

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