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Introducing Tucson's 'cowgoth' band, the Paris Accord

Ladies and gentlefolk, allow me to introduce Tucson's newest (and possibly only?) "Cowgoth" band. Behold: the Paris Accord. Plus, DIY musical pioneer Wreckless Eric, and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup.... Read more»

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Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

Nobody expects the French Revolution!

Why is it every time I spill a little beer, our kitchen floor becomes a refuge for the oppressed 18th century French?... Read more»

Outdoors

Mount Lemmon Ski Valley opening Thursday

Oh, boy! With the sun shining and at least a foot of fresh snow on Mount Lemmon, Wednesday looked like a perfect opportunity to beat the rodeo rush and snatch a day of skiing from the jaws of the Sonoran Desert.... Read more»

Warholia

Eric Firestone Gallery salutes Warhol era

On Saturday, the Eric Firestone Gallery opens "Warhol: From Dylan to Duchamp," its exhibition of photos documenting the Factory era, with a reception that promises to deliver much more than photos on the walls.... Read more»

Warholia

Museum of Art hosts traveling Warhol exhibition

From Feb. 27 through July 3, The Tucson Museum of Art will host "Andy Warhol Portfolios: Life & Legends." The traveling exhibition, on loan from the Bank of America collection, contains many of Warhol's screenprints of 60s and 70s celebrities and cultural icons.... Read more»

Warholia

Powhaus does Warhol's Factory

This Friday, the Rialto Theatre and Powhaus Productions celebrate the life and works of Andy Warhol's Factory and The Velvet Underground. The evening starts with a live tribute to the Velvets, which will give way to another circus of a Powhaus party.... Read more»

Music preview

Songwriter Mark Matos returns to Tucson

Mark Matos and Os Beaches will perform Thursday at Plush, along with local Sonoran gypsy outfit Bajo Turbato, who have been storming various Tucson stages lately, and Space Over Desert.... Read more»

Poetry preview

Visiting poet ignites local literary community

This Friday and Saturday, Casa Libre will host a “Poetry Weekend” led by acclaimed poet Camille Dungy. The weekend-long event will feature two extensive morning workshops, afternoon exercises and evening poetry readings. ... Read more»

Guinness world record

Tucson dog named world's tallest

Tucson can claim the world's tallest dog. Giant George, a 43-inch tall Great Dane, now holds the Guinness World Record.... Read more»

Film review

Scorsese's 'Shutter Island' shamelessly manipulates audience

"Shutter Island" adapts Dennis Lehane's novel into Scorsese's version of a Hitchcockian psychological thriller. Sadly, Hitchcock would not be proud of this hollow cinematic trickery.... Read more»

Child health

Pediatricians want warning labels on hot dogs

Pediatricians are asking the hot dog industry to warn consumers that their product could be lethal.... Read more»2

Elsa's Eats

Dakota Cafe delights the East Side

The Dakota Cafe & Catering Company has been in Trail Dust Town for 22 years, offering a casual yet sophisticated menu..... Read more»

DVD reviews

Celluloid for the couch potato

Looking for a good rental this weekend? The Sentinel staff has some recommendations. ... Read more»

Public art

Local muralist emblazons Rialto, Bookmans facades

Mother and daughter Joan O'Dwyer and Whitney Morton converse about local muralist Joe Pagac, whose current commissions include the Rialto Theatre's west wall and an upcoming mural at Bookmans.... Read more»2

Food & Drink

Tucson's Janos Wilder named James Beard semifinalist

The James Beard Foundation announced the semifinalists in all awards categories this morning, and the sole Tucson chef to make the cut in any category was longtime local restaurateur, Janos Wilder.... Read more»

Food & Drink

Mother's milk: The Great Guinness Toast

The Great Guinness Toast will go down Friday at several Tucson bars and clubs.... Read more»

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