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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.

Kaleidoscopic Look at Bradbury, Famous Sci-Fi Writer

Essay collection explores his life and different dimensions of his work; fans will be able to find it at Tucson Festival of Books' Science City.

Exhibit Reveals Historic, Natural Landscapes From Above

Images "represent heritage we all share," says aerial photographer Adriel Heisey, currently displayed at Arizona State Museum.

Clay Artist Redefined Native American Pottery, Curator Says

Featured artist at this weekend’s Southwest Indian Art Fair is Jody Folwell, internationally recognized artist from Santa Clara Pueblo, NM.

Architect: Old Main Renovations Should Stay True to Its History

Corky Poster is a Tucson architect, one of the many hands involved in project; says structure is a distinctive symbol.

UA Dance School Showcases Father of American Ballet

Balanchine's "Tarantella" is being presented through Nov. 3; for university to have been allowed to present one of his works is an honor, director says.

Doc Explores '60s Activism Through Family Experience

"It's a film about the tragedy of idealism," says director of Tatanka, one of the films featured at the Loft Film Festival.

Open House Welcomes Words for All Ages

UA Poetry Center's Family Days invite youth and their families to explore poetry, language arts together

Exhibit Asks: 'How Do You Choose to Move?'

'Worker Transit Authority' proposes ways to wean society from auto dependence

Cuban Conference Reveals New Side of Isolated Nation

University of Arizona lecture series explores Caribbean country's often overlooked modern architecture

World-Class Basketry Exhibit Opens Soon

Arizona State Museum will display collection of Native American artifacts

Song, Dance Man Vereen Seeks Up and Comers

Visiting Tucson for concert, he stops at Tucson High, offers his help

Dancers Pursue Perfection in Balanchine Ballet

UA students stage demanding piece choreographer George Balanchine once called "everything I know about the classical ballet in 15 minutes”

Meet Tucson's Muslim Diaspora

The local Muslim community boasts a broad diversity, and seeks to redress misconceptions about Islam.

Tucson's 235th Birthday

A number of events are being held this month, as part of the anniversary of the founding of Tucson, on August 20, 1775, when Hugo O'Connor established the new presidio.

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