Alive and Well

Alive and Well

In 1986, Arizona artist Ardyth Bernstein made a gorgeous pastel called "Having It All."

 

My Dear Watson

It was a dark and stormy night. Well, of course it was.

Eva Perón —Saint or Shameless?

Just hearing the title should activate the little earworm ready to burrow into your brain; The melody fills your head and plays a continuous loop for hours.

Good as Gold

On the right, Gail Marcus-Orlen ramps up the crayon-box colors in her surrealistic oils, using lush purples, oranges and teal to paint a kaleidoscope of enchanted figures.

Business of Business

If you’d like a splendidly hilarious intermission from the Sturmund Drang of life as we know it these days—and seriously, who wouldn’t?

The Age of Anxiety

Three bodies are climbing heavenward in the painting “Skyscraper” by Tim Murphy.

The Death of José Antonio

Here’s what we know about the death of José Antonio Elena Rodriguez.

A New Home

Borderlands Theater has always provided us a lot to think about, and not just about issues pertaining to our geographic border with Central America.

Justice Denied

On May 8, 1942, seven-year-old Mae Yanagi was all dressed up in her springtime finery.

Loss in Translation

Julia Cho's play, The Language Archive, is a story about the connection between dying languages and dying love.

Reinventing Dillinger

A couple of years ago, Ashley Bowman, co-artistic director of Artifact Dance Project, pitched an idea to the Tucson music duo Ryanhood.

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  • Re: The Age of Anxiety

    • Thank you Margret for reminding us that Art is one of our most potent agencies…

    • on April 15, 2017
  • Re: The Death of José Antonio

    • Hi there, I thought Jose Antonio was murdered on October 10th, not on the 8th?

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