Creative Hurricane

Mark Morris, a MacArthur genius, is a master of high and low dance.
Margaret Regan

Doggy Style

he Invisible Theatre production of "Sylvia," A. R. Gurney's update of the old "boy-and-his-dog" story, manages to overcome the author's missteps.
Dave Irwin

Tokyo Rising

The Tokyo String Quartet is the chamber music equivalent of the Beatles: world class and stylistically precise, playing a somewhat conservative repertoire.
Dave Irwin

Italian Insurgence

The new kid on the block at Broadway and Pantano, seems to be holding its own among the pasta-loving souls of Tucson's east side.
Rebecca Cook

A Sick Experience

Our boy's wife had an emergency appendectomy a few weeks ago. In lieu of flowers or gifts, please make all donations to the Tom Danehy Doritos & Chips Ahoy Fund.
Tom Danehy

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