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The Portland Cello Project

The Portland Cello Project

Have you ever wondered what multiple cellos and an alternative folk trio performing the music of pop composer Beck would sound like?

The first Hollywood film about bank robber John Dillinger was made in 1945 and starred Lawrence Tierney

Three Views of John Dillinger

"Public Enemy No. 1" John Dillinger made history in Tucson 81 years ago this month. Film writer Chris Dashiell looks back at three different Dillinger-inspired films from three different Hollywood eras

Loft Cinema will present its second annual international film festival from November 10th 17th, 2011. Honoring Tucsons richly diverse cultural community.

Not Just Another Film Festival

'Out in Desert' brings diversity of LGBT cinema to big screen

Lynn Fleishman, executive director, and one of the founding members of The Drawing Studio, discusses how classes in the visual arts have the ability to benefit just about anyone.

Drawing Studio: 'Skills of Visual Thinking'

Downtown art collective marks 21 years of innovative education

Indigo Girls Amy Ray (l) and Emily Saliers (r)

Indigo Girls Meet The Tucson Symphony

Singer, songwriter, and musician Emily Saliers discusses Indigo Girls' new symphonic tour, and what it takes to re-imagine their music with an orchestral backing

Witkin Exhibition Reveals Artist's Evolution

Photographer calls unique work 'dance with phenomenon of life'

Vincent Price stars as eccentric nobleman Verden Fell for  director Roger Corman in the 1964 film "Tomb of Ligeia", inspired by Edgar Allan Poe

The Tomb of Ligeia

Film writer Chris Dashiell looks back at Roger Corman's 1964 adaptation of an Edgar Allan Poe story about love from beyond the grave

Nanette Robinson Artistic Director for Zuzi Dance Company talks about the local organization and their special winter solstice event.

Celebrating the Winter Solstice Via Dance

ZUZI! Dance Company's 15th season with Nanette Robinson

Joseph Rodgers teaches his class for The Nutcracker performance.

Nutcracker Performance: 'Changing of the Mind'

Dancing in the Streets brings ballet to South Tucson children, families

Lowrider Book Explores Historical Context of Cultural Icon

Mexican American lowrider aesthetic maintains connections with post-WWII origins, expert says

Kee Malesky in a characteristic pose

Kee Malesky

Her name may be a familiar one, but what does being an NPR librarian actually mean? Find out about her new book "Learn Something New Every Day: 365 Facts to Fulfill Your Life"

A lobby card for Buñuel's 1953 film El, which is still unavailable on DVD

Luis Buñuel

Film reviewer Chris Dashiell says that some of the acclaimed Spanish director's best films were made in Mexico during the 1950's

The mayor of Nogales, AZ talks about the recent hollywood movie that was filmed there and how the positive impact it had on the community.

Nogales Goes Hollywood

Movie stimulates border town economy, but mayor wants more

Spotlight Session: Joey Burns of Calexico

Listen to some exclusive solo performances from Calexico's front man, along with an interview about the band's journey to New Orleans to make their new album "Algiers"

Dan Buckley, a long-time Tucson resident, former journalist, videographer talks about his new documentary about the city's El Casino Ballroom.

El Casino Ballroom in Limelight

Community, cultural home to many featured in documentary

La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi

The Metropolitan Opera

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