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  • Tucson Sounds: Merry one thing to you

    Within the sage phrases of Devo, Merry one thing to you. It is midway by means of December, and extra traditions than not appear to have some kind of winter celebration near now, together with perhaps your personal. However even when that is not the case, you possibly can simply have a good time your…

  • Dancing within the Streets' 'Nutcracker' spreads 'sheer pleasure & magic'

    South Tucson nonprofit dance college Dancing In The Streets Arizona is staging “The Nutcracker” this weekend with a solid of kids and neighborhood leaders. The nonprofit ballet college is positioned in South Tucson and is residence to a various corps de ballet. “We have now children with ADHD within the present. We have now children…

  • Hannukah occasions in Tucson: Menorah lightings, Gelt drops & extra

    From Menorahs to Gelt drops, listed here are some occasions to rejoice Hannukah in Tucson and close by areas. Group Hanukkah Candlelight When: Sunday, Dec. 10 from 4-5:30 p.m. The place: Tucson Jewish Museum & Holocaust Middle, 564 S. Stone Ave. It is a free occasion and all ages are welcome. There can be crafts,…

  • Tempestuous singer Jesika von Rabbit guarantees to drill earworms at Tucson efficiency

    Dubbed the “Queen of the Hello-Desert,” Jesika von Rabbit is a pop artist with the moxie to take the musical dangers that almost all mainstream pop princesses combat shrink back from. She performs alongside the Grundles, her Willy Wonka-esque dancers artistically decoding the set with an assemblage of waggish costumes and vaudevillian skits A thunderbolt…

  • BICAS hosts silent public sale and gallery

    The Bicycle Inter Group Artwork and Salvage middle is internet hosting a gallery and silent artwork public sale this Friday and Saturday night from 5-9 p.m. “All of the artwork within the gallery and that might be a part of the public sale are created by BICAS employees or they’ve been donated by native artists,”…

  • Whiskey on Sunday & tears on our cheeks: Pour one out for Pogue Shane MacGowan

    I first heard the Pogues at age 15 on KXCI’s Sunday afternoon Celtic Crosscurrents present.  Shane MacGowan and firm had been incessantly on the playlist of this “conventional” music present, which balanced the same old Irish and Scottish people ballads and British Isles proto-prog with a heavy dose of post-punk-era Celtic rock ala Large Nation,…

  • Pima folklorico dance class to debut with 'On the Rise' present

    Pima Neighborhood Faculty’s ballet folklorico class makes its efficiency debut throughout Pima Dance’s “On the Rise.”  The present is the collective artistic effort of PCC college students and college in addition to visitor choreographers. It is going to happen on Friday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. within the PCC Heart for…

  • Ballet Tucson brings 'Land of the Sweets' to Sonoran Desert with vacation 'Nutcracker'

    Ballet Tucson is getting ready for one of the crucial anticipated productions of the season: “The Nutcracker.” The vacation favourite will run Dec. 21-Dec. 23 on the Linda Ronstadt Music Corridor. “‘The Nutcracker’ is our most elaborate manufacturing of the season,” stated Ballet Tucson creative director Margaret Mullin. “It is nearly just like the second…

  • Catch a break throughout Thanksgiving weekend in Tucson

    Thanksgiving could be overwhelming for a lot of causes – inexperience in roasting a turkey, ancestral wounds, prolonged durations of time with household and different stressors.  Listed here are some issues to do in Tucson to get a little bit of a reprieve, with out busting your pockets purchasing an excessive amount of and/or consuming…

  • Tucson's first Native American Music & Artwork Competition takes place day after Thanksgiving

    The Tucson space’s first Native American Music and Artwork Competition will happen the day after Thanksgiving on the Resort Congress Plaza. The occasion will start at 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 24, and is being organized by Yaqui visible artist and musician Gabriel Ayala. “Over 20 years in the past, there was Tucson Indian Days…