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Melissa Etheridge

Melissa Etheridge

From matters of the heart to global issues and political change, Etheridge sings loud and strong about the things she cares most about

"Salt of the Earth"

Film writer Chris Dashiell says that this little-known 1954 film dealt with modern political themes revolving around work and marriage

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AZ Has More Mixed Race Marriages Than Most States

9% in state, compared with 7% nationally; growth in numbers attributed to increase in foreign-born populace.

Sylvan Street

A Tucson-based jazz ensemble that believes in blending together the best of some of jazz's most popular styles

Artistic Tile Business Defines Success On Own Terms

Santa Theresa Tile Works in business since 1988 during "good times and bad times."

Photo by Bill Steen

Popular 'Seed Library' Expands to 8th Location

Program focuses on coaching people on gardening, food preservation.

Stairwell Session featuring Joe Peña

The Greyhound Soul frontman sings some new songs, recorded in an unusual place

'Hackerspace' Opening in Historic Warehouse Downtown

Space will allow people to work on various projects, learn from each other, gain understanding of how objects work.

A look at the opening of the Reel Arts 6 theater and how it is paving the way for more independent films to make their way to to the big screen in Tucson.

Sundance Institute to Release UA Filmmaker's Project

Documentary focuses on aftermath of 1992 Los Angeles riots linked to Rodney King-LA police case.

Cristina Cardenas shows empowerment through this painting of a Mexican American woman.

Modern Streetcar Stops Showcase Local Public Artists

Cristina Cardenas' pieces reflect her life experience as a Latina woman living in a bicultural world.

Blue Grass Jam Sessions Bring Music To The Community

For two Tucson musicians the traditional American style of music is 'what fills their heart and lifts their soul.'

Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed

Tucson-based improv comedy troupe plans to expand and establish a new theater

The memorable final shot from the 1957 drive-in favorite "The Giant Claw"

Tucson Drive-In History

Film writer Chris Dashiell takes a fond look back at the golden age of the Old Pueblo's outdoor movie theaters

Art can create a sense of cultural and civic belonging, and can animate and engage community spaces like nothing else can.

'Creative Placemaking' Helping Define Urban Core

Tucson artists hope downtown is not only a destination venue, but a place of 'belonging.'

Bill Ganz performs "Night Riders' Lament".

A Special Performance by Local Western Musician

Bill Ganz sings a modern ballad inspired by the cowboy lifestyle

Art can create a sense of cultural and civic belonging, and can animate and engage community spaces like nothing else can.

Creativity Can Unify Communities

A look into 'placemaking," a concept that believes art can create a sense of belonging in a community.

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