Play the video above to see these stories on AZ Illustrated Arts for Thursday, Oct. 31:

TOXIC RANCH RECORDS CLOSES: Toxic Ranch Records has been in Tucson for 25 years, and its Sixth Street and Fourth Avenue location for 22. Recently, it was announced the legendary local venue, and one of Tucson's last remaining independently owned record store, would be closing its doors this year.

NEW PINBALL JOINT: A visit to a new Fourth Avenue pinball parlor that has more than 30 vintage machines, which were lovingly restored. D & D Pinball is the weekend project of a married couple, who also work at Raytheon during the week.

TUBAC FIBER ARTS FEST: Fiber artists and vendors will gather at the Southwest Fiber Arts Festival in Tubac. The event is hosted by the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and will take place during the Art Experience weekend on Saturday, Nov. 2.

ALL SOULS PROCESSION: The 24th annual All Souls Procession kicks off Nov. 2-3. The event, inspired by Mexico and Latin America's Dia de los Muertos, has evolved over the years, and attracts tens of thousands of people.

AZ Illustrated Arts is produced by Mark McLemore. Contact him at mmclemore@azpm.org.