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After 30 Years, Fate of Stolen UA Painting Remains a Mystery

Willem de Kooning's Woman Ochre, sliced out of its frame, may be worth up to $160 million.

Graffiti Art at State Museum Shows Evolving Culture

Native nations are not "frozen in the past" and youth create modern art to prove it.

Tucson Symphony Orchestra Near to Hiring Conductor

Following 19 years with conductor George Hanson on the podium, symphony searches for new director.

UA Celebrates Women in Pair of Events Wednesday, Thursday

UA students and faculty focus poetry, prose, dance and discussion on women's issues.

All Souls: Tucson's Annual Celebration of Life and Death

2015 procession estimated to be the largest in event's 25-year history.

La Llorona: A Cautionary Tale for Children of the Southwest

Reporter Nancy Montoya recalls the Mexican folklore story

Asian drum group performs at the 2013 Tucson Meet Yourself.

Tucson Meet Yourself: 'Forum for Cultural Democracy'

42nd annual celebration of food, art, culture opens three-day run downtown.

Tucson Modernism Week Celebrates Mid-Century Design

Fourth annual festival puts spotlight on what makes 'Sonoran modern' unique.

Annual Chinese Culture Festival Under Way in Tucson

Residents can take in music, culture, language and other topics.

Reading and Lecture Series at UA's Poetry Center Under Way

Poets and authors share their work with Tucson on Thursday, Sept. 10

Restoration of San Xavier Mission Moves to East Tower

'White Dove Campaign' aims for $3 million for Arizona's oldest European-influenced structure.

David Emitt Adams, Getting Along, 2014, tintype on found object from the Sonoran Desert

The State of Art - Arizona Style

Historic Tucson Museum of Art show celebrates range, diversity from Arizona artists.

Independence Day Celebrations

With fireworks - and without - Southern Arizonans celebrate Fourth of July at special events and free gatherings.

Samantha Bounkeua, violinist with Jimmy Carr and The Awkward Moments said playing on the streetcar was "exhilarating." "“Musicians always play spontaneously so often so it’s nice to play in different places because it keeps it so fresh," she said.

Live Music on Streetcar? Yes, in Tucson This Summer

Concert series kicks off, will continue Saturday evenings through August.

AZ WEEK EXTRA: Juan Pablo Guzman

Success story from an Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind graduate.

"We've always been a very close class," said reunion planning committee member Jo Margaret Wilson Morrison

Tucson High School's Class of 1945 Celebrates 70th Reunion

In their late 80s, former classmates lunch together - perhaps for the last time

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