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'Everybody Wants Some!!' free movie tickets

In what's billed as the "spiritual sequel" to director Richard Linklater's classic "Dazed and Confused," a similar group of party-hearty jocks looks for a good time as they declare their independence — set in college in the early 1980s rather than in a '70s high school.... Read more»

4 things to know about using vertical IDs to buy alcohol in Arizona

Vertical driver’s licenses are now accepted as valid identification in Arizona for out-of-state residents 21 years old and older who want to buy alcohol, ending a nearly 21-month ban and bringing relief to customers and business owners.... Read more»

Don't miss out: Free tickets to 'Dough' movie

A challah recipe that's definitely not kosher for Passover brings together a Jewish London baker and a young Muslim apprentice in a the film "Dough." An accidental extra ingredient — egg wash isn't the only glazed about this bread — sends sales sky high. Win free tickets to a showing at the Loft.... Read more»

The squaw dress: A patch of Tucson’s fashion history

In the 1950s, Tucson was a major fashion industry player, all thanks to one garment: the squaw dress. Its influences can still be seen today, proving that despite an offensive name and changing styles, the dress's impact never truly faded. ... Read more»

Tribute to jazz great Mingus swings into Nogales hometown

Did you know that one of the most important figures in 20th century American music was born in Nogales? A festival this weekend will honor innovative jazz bassist, bandleader and composer Charles Mingus. ... Read more»

Win: Tickets to 'Miles Ahead' film portrait

Trumpeter and bandleader Mile Davis almost single-handedly changed the direction jazz at least once per decade for nearly 50 years. Rather than producing a conventional biopic, actor and director Don Cheadle has released a fictional look at the musical genius's late '70s seclusion. Win tickets to see "Miles Ahead" at the Loft!... Read more»

'Shadows of the Dreamers' dance performance recalls Holocaust liberation

A Sunday dance performance will reprise a piece choreographed last year by a University of Arizona professor to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.... Read more»

Poetry to fill the air at weekend festival

April is National Poetry Month and that means it’s time for the Tucson Poetry Festival. This weekend's event will include readings, workshops, a youth poetry competition, a panel discussion, and even a chance to dine with the guest poets. ... Read more»

Win: Tickets to foodie documentary 'City of Gold'

If you like movies, and enjoy great food, you'll want to take in culinary critic Jonathan Gold's look at the rich ethnic cooking he seeks out in the neighborhoods of Los Angeles. The film plays through next week, but Friday's opening will include food trucks and craft beer — and we just might have a pair of tickets with your name on them.... Read more»

Win 'Young Frankenstein' movie tickets

One of the funniest films by Hollywood's finest comic directors will be screening this weekend at the Loft, and we've got a pair of tickets that just might have your name on 'em. "Young Frankenstein" by the legendary Mel Brooks will play on Friday and Saturday nights.... Read more»

Skydiving still growing at Az's largest facility despite deaths

From late December 2015 to early February 2016, three skydivers died at the Eloy-based Skydive Arizona, but that hasn't slowed down business. ... Read more»


Arizona poet, 'Legends of the Fall' author Jim Harrison dies at 78

Jim Harrison, a writer whose "voice came from the American heartland," died Saturday at his home in Patagonia, south of Tucson. Often likened to Hemingway and Faulkner for his personality and prose alike, Harrison wrote vividly of the outdoors and sharply of man's interaction with the land. ... Read more»

Hit the bunny trail for Easter weekend fun

The Easter bunny has been busy this year, as there will be a egg hunts all over Tucson this Saturday.... Read more»


Tucson-raised Garry Shandling dead at 66

Comedian and actor Garry Shandling died Thursday at age 66. Born in Chicago, he spent much of his childhood in Tucson and studied electrical engineering at the University of Arizona before breaking into the entertainment business as a writer.... Read more»1

Win: Tickets to sold-out Greenwald screening of 'Citizenfour'

The Oscar-winning documentary "Citizenfour" is sold out Thursday night at the Loft. The film will be followed by an onstage discussion with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald, and you could win a pair of free tickets!... Read more»

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