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Introducing Moontrax: Clarissa explains all about new Tucson trio

New trio Moontrax features members of Diluvio and the late, great band Pipelights. Plus: Electric Witchery, the Unday, TusCon, weekly listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»

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Photos: All Souls Procession 2018

Thousands attended the 29th All Souls Procession in Tucson on Sunday night. ... Read more»

Jesse Sensibar documents loss along the highway in new book

Flagstaff author Jesse Sensibar knows the bittersweet reverence and reflection inspired by roadside shrines. In his new book "Blood In The Asphalt: Prayers From The Highway," he muses on a few such sites, in dispatches that are equal parts poetry, slightly macabre travelogue and impressionistic memoir. ... Read more»

Weekend music

The Nights who say N.O.L.F. (Night of the Living Fest VI)

A guide to this year's Night of the Living Fest, new releases from Roman Barten-Sherman and Birds & Arrows, this week's live music listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»

TailWaggers of the week: Odin & Copper

Meet a couple of the many great companions available at our local animal rescue groups: Odin and Copper.... Read more»

Weekend music roundup

Local bands will wake the dead for Halloween

Longtime local favorites the Pork Torta, Spacefish and the Besmirchers rock your Halloween this year, plus local music news, gig listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend roundup. ... Read more»

Photo exhibit reveals tension over who has right to tell migrant stories

An ASU photo exhibit features portraits of objects confiscated from migrants by U.S. law enforcement at the border. ... Read more»

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New release radar: Tucson bands drop retro-sounding recordings

Locals Asian Fred, Leigh Lesho and Marshal Man look back to the future with retro-influenced modern pop, folk and indie releases, plus weekly show listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»

Weekend music: Axing nostalgic part deux

Axing nostalgic continues, remembering Howard Garland, a night with Neil & Amanda, memories of John & Yoko, Downtown music festivals and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»

Weekend music

Axing nostalgic: Tucson musicians gear up

Tucson musicians talk instruments and gear, some for the first time. Plus, paying tribute to Gene Ruley at Club Congress, a look back at Wax Trax and this week's local gig listings.... Read more»

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Up the punks! Stripped-down swagger from Tucson's TWGS

Local band TWGS revives late '70s Bowery punk brilliance, plus: District Eatz returns...for real this time, Oktoberfest in September, and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»

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Rough Draft polishes act, District gets down to business

Youthful band Rough Draft takes up the mantle of wide-eyed teens making fabulous noise, District eatz set to (re)open, rocking the vote at Club Congress and JJP answers your burning questions about how to get your show on our radar. Plus, this week's local listings in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»

‘Bisbee ’17’ documentary recounts shameful moment in Arizona history

America had just entered the “war to end all wars” in Europe. Demand for metal ore was rising. Unionists and radical socialists were demanding better wages. That was the backdrop in Bisbee on July 12, 1917, when a mob rousted 1,200 miners from their homes at gunpoint... Read more»

TailWaggers of the week: Cooper & Capt. Jaxx

Meet a couple of the many great companions available at our local animal rescue groups: Cooper and Capt. Jaxx.... Read more»

This week in local music: District delays & funky farewells

Farewell to the Funky Brunch, local record store news, a new wave film classic, freaking out with the Satellite Freakout and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»

Under the dome

Huckelberry: New map showcases public art along the Loop

Bats popping wheelies while astride a mountain bike? Or tilework chronicling the story of Spanish Explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and Padre Eusebio Kino? You'll find that and much more on our county-wide shared-use path, which might more appropriately be called our 131-mile open space art gallery. ... Read more»

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