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Michael Jackson estate licenses catalog, unheard songs to Sony

The New York Times reported March 15 that Sony has licensed Jackson's back catalog and what is rumored to be more than two full-length albums' worth of unheard music. The deal is one of the biggest in music history.... Read more»1

Music preview

St. Paddy's day musical offerings

Tucson has much more in the way of St. Patrick's day celebration than the official parade and festivities on Sunday, as local musicians offer many Irish musical options throughout the week. ... Read more»

Arts preview

UApresents unveils 2010-11 offerings

UApresents announced their 2010-11 season's offerings Wednesday evening on their website. The slate of acts coming to Centennial Hall is formidable, including Liza Minnelli, Joshua Bell, Blue Man Group and Savion Glover.... Read more»

Weekend preview

Capital Vices: Seven deadly awesome weekend events

It would be a sin to miss this weekend's events in Tucson. Below find seven promising options.... Read more»1

Theatre preview

'Coming in Hot' comes to UA's Gallagher Theatre

The UA's Gallagher Theater will host a free performance Wednesday of "Coming in Hot," a play adapted from "Powder: Writing by Women in the Ranks, from Vietnam to Iraq."... Read more»1

Sparklehorse's Mark Linkous shoots self

Late Saturday night, Rolling Stone reported that Sparklehorse singer Mark Linkous had died of an intentional overdose. New reports indicate he may have shot himself.... Read more»1

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Weekend by the dozen

As the weather warms, it may occur to Sentinel readers that getting off the screen, out of the house and into the world is the best laid plan. Hatch your weekend itinerary from the events below.... Read more»

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Friki Tiki festival hits 4th Ave. on Friday

Friki Tiki is a three-day event featuring group rides, meetups and a six band bill Saturday at The Hut. It's time to embrace your inner 60s mod, freak or beatnik.... Read more»

Music review

Haiti relief good for Haiti, bad for ears

Like the best laid schemes of mice and men, hipsters and hangers-on have decided to unite to help the earthquake victims in Haiti. This is a good thing, right?... Read more»1

Concert preview

Midlake brings moody 70s sound to Plush

On the heels of their recent release, "The Courage of Others," Denton quintet Midlake digs deeper into the dense territory of 2006's "The Trials of Van Occupanther." Midlake plays Plush on Monday with Matthew & the Arrogant Sea... Read more»1

Arts & Culture

Andy Warhol weekend in Tucson

Dig out your black turtleneck. Starting this weekend, the visual art of Warhol, the Factory era itself and the films and music from the period will be celebrated by some of Tucson's best arts, music and film venues. ... Read more»

Arts preview

Weekend entertainment forecast

Cloudy, with a shower of 90s: This weekend's best non-Warhol arts events. While most Tucsonans will be at either the rodeo or the host of Warhol events this weekend, the Sentinel offers you these alternatives. ... Read more»

Music review

Factory iPod prescription

As Tucson gears up for a massive bout of Warholia, including a Velvet Underground tribute, it might behoove one to revisit some of the other music that came out of that era.... Read more»6

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»

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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»

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