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The Doors Drummer Coming to Old Pueblo for Book Signing

John Densmore promoting his work "The Doors: Unhinged," which chronicles court battle with bandmates, while commemorating the late Jim Morrison.

Local World Musician Chats Trajectory

AmoChip Dabney performs at Chicago Bar, Whiskey Tango; he's appeared in more than 50 albums collaborating with other artists.

A group of tucsonans get together and ride their bikes through the streets of Tucson.

Local Bike Groups Collaborate For Annual Fundraiser

This weekend marks the 18th BICAS fundraiser, which will auction off artwork made from recycled bicycle items.

Planet Rabbit

Learn about one artist's inspiration to take art out of the gallery and into local communities.

Former Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan Bassist Has Soft Spot for Tucson

Harvey Brooks collaborated with some of rock's biggest legends, while also playing, producing for The Electric Flag.

Hank Stratton, actor and guest director at the UA Repertory Theatre, discusses directing "The Man Who Came to Dinner."

Actor Gone Director Revives Classic Stage Comedy

UA's Arizona Repertory Theatre presents "The Man Who Came to Dinner" runs through Dec. 8; director was in cast of play's Broadway adaptation.

Sally Black, Navajo from Monument Valley, UT, weaving a basket at a recent event that brought together basket makers from a variety of Native American communities.

Preserving Culture Through Native American Basket Weaving

Tradition is a cultural practice that helps maintain historical aspects of Native American society.

Terrol Dew Johnson, President/CEO for the Tohono O’odham Community Action, and Diane Dittemore, assistant curator of the Ethnological Collections at the Arizona State Museum, discuss the art of basket weaving.

Festival Honors Native American Basket Weavers

Weavers of the Akimel O’odham, Apache, Hopi, Chemehuevi, Navajo and Tohono O’odham were represented at Arizona State Museum event.

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.

Arizona Spotlight for Nov. 22, 2013

Annual bicycling race faces financial challenges, exploring tribal and dance music mixes, restoring plants in Patagonia to help polinators, and more

Exhibit Looks at AZ Native American Communities

"Curtis Reframed: The Arizona Portfolios" explores work of Edward Curtis and his visit to Arizona from 1900-28.

Autumn Ruhe, an actress in Arizona Onstage Productions' "Pinkalicious", speaks about the production.

Famous Children's Book Goes Musical

"Pinkalicious" tells story of a girl who loves pink, eats too many cupcakes and turns pink herself; playing Nov. 16, 17 at Temple of Music and Art.

Noel Paul Stookey

Best known as the tallest member of folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary, Noel Paul reflects on fifty years of music and memories

Carol Garrard, President of the Opera Guild of Southern Arizona, discusses the Opera Guild of Southern Arizona and opera students at the university of Arizona who are inaugurating their new season on Thursday 14, November.

UA Opera Theater Inaugurates New Season

New season will start Nov. 14, with a production of Johann Strauss II's "Die Fledermaus."

Tucson Sci-Fi Fest Turns 40, Kicks Off This Weekend

TusCon convention will take place from Nov. 8-10; fans will get to hang out, partake in various activities with favorite authors, artists, filmmakers.

Acclaimed Folk Singer Performing in Tucson Friday

Peter Yarrow, mostly known as one-third of 1960s trio Peter, Paul and Mary coming to the Fox Theatre.

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