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Weekend music

Tucson sounds: Tracks of my tears - New records from Stripes, Anchorbaby & a special message from Little Cloud

In which your humble scribe gets alternately weepy and angsty over some new music, the youth continue their conquest of long revered local venues, a new DIY space is born, local musicians reach out to help a friend and more, plus your TucsonSentinel.com weekly music listings.... Read more»

Punk with purpose: Hardcore band’s shows help flood of migrant families in Tucson

The Tucson hardcore quartet Crossfire uses lyrics and their shows to educate fans about issues that migrant and indigenous communities face daily.... Read more»

Pima County, Tucson pools opening for summertime swimming

All Pima County swimming pools will open on Saturday, and remain available until local school districts resume for the fall semester, with some open through Labor Day.... Read more»

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Tucson sounds: Little Cloud's big day

Little Cloud's new carnival of delights, Lando Chill at Club Congress and more, plus your TucsonSentinel.com weekly music listings.... Read more»

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Tucson sounds: Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder - a conversation with Deanna Cross

Although Tucson is a fabulous place to play music, it isn't an easy place to be a working musician. Still, some locals, by ingenuity, intestinal fortitude, and an eye for opportunity, manage to make a living. One of them is Dee.... Read more»

Arcosanti: Arizona's grand experiment in sustainable living approaches 50th year

At the end of a 2-mile dirt road in the Arizona desert lives a community of people longing to be a part of something bigger than themselves. For nearly 50 years, Arcosanti has drawn innovators who wish to leave city life behind and experiment with an alternative, more sustainable lifestyle.... Read more»

Tucson poet laureate TC Tolbert honored with $100k national fellowship

TC Tolbert, a UA lecturer and Tucson's municipal poet, has been named a fellow of the Academy of American Poets Laureate — a recognition which comes with a $100,000 award for literary merit and support for civic programs.... Read more»

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Tucson sounds: Music, sweets & local beats with piano man Paul Jenkins

A chat with Tucson musician, piano man, and all-around cool guy Paul Jenkins, plus some fond farewells and this week's live gig listings in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup. ... Read more»

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Tucson sounds: The local spin on Record Store Day 2019

The lowdown on Record Store Day this year, plus: K Records' Calvin Johnson comes to town, an invasion of Exbats and this week's live gig listings in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup. ... Read more»

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Tucson sounds: Tongs will funk up your notion of synth rock

Funking it up with Tongs, plus: behind the board with live-sound wiz Karima Walker, record release news, gig listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music update.... Read more»

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Tucson sounds: Gimme some Sugar Stains!

The Sugar Stains are back with some loud, sweet and dirty rock and roll, plus: remembering Toxic Ranch's Julianna Towns, some local venue news and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music update.... Read more»

Debate not bitter: Arizona Leg might declare lemonade as state drink

Lemonade is one step closer to becoming Arizona’s state drink. Four senators jokingly proposed amendments to change the state drink to pink lemonade, sun tea, the margarita or Jamaica, a drink created from hibiscus flowers.... Read more»

Tucson Cine Mexico, in its 16th year, celebrates thriving Mexican film industry

The Tucson Cine Mexico film festival has become an immense platform for Mexican cinema in the United States, attracting more than 20,000 attendees since its premiere in 2004. The 16th annual festival, which began Wednesday night and runs through Sunday, is free and open to the public.... Read more»

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Tucson sounds: Meet your local sound tech #1: Ted Riviera

Musician/sound guy Ted Riviera tells you how to go live at your local dive in the first of our guide to local sound techs, plus, a few dispatches from the local music scene to come, weekly listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music update.... Read more»

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