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Schools scramble to fill hunger gaps as pandemic student lunch funding expires

Now that President Joe Biden has signed into law the Keep Kids Fed Act, adjusting how students can get their meals, school across the nation are struggling to fill the gaps as federal support for universal free meals soon ends.... Read more»

Arizona's Heard Museum celebrates Pride Month with all-Native drag show

The Heard Museum opens its doors free of charge on the first Friday of each month - this month, First Friday showcased the museum’s inaugural Native Drag Show, which was limited to Indigenous queens, to celebrate Pride Month.... Read more»

Happy when it rains... A monsoon tunes playlist

It's hot, it's humid, and it's (finally) raining buckets of cats and dogs, or at least kittens and puppies, across parts of Tucson. Here are a few monsoon tunes to play as you celebrate.... Read more»

Trae la lluvia al Día de San Juan Fiesta

Es tiempo de celebrar el monzón en El Día de San Juan Fiesta este viernes en la noche. ... Read more»

Bring on the rain at El Dia de San Juan Fiesta

It's time to celebrate the monsoon at El Dia de San Juan Fiesta on Friday evening.... Read more»

Tucson's monsoon begins with Santa Cruz Sound Experience on Dia de San Juan

Tucson residents will be able to celebrate the beginning of the monsoon and Dia de San Juan by attending an immersive audiovisual experience hosted by Tucson Water under the Cushing Street Bridge.... Read more»

La temporada de monzones comienza con el Santa Cruz Sound Experience en el Día de San Juan

Residentes de Tucsón podrán celebrar el comienzo del monzón y el Día de San Juan en una experiencia audiovisual inmersiva creada por Tucson Water bajo el puente de la calle Cushing.... Read more»

Dreamer drama: Arizona man hopes play about his life drives DACA discussion

“¡Americano!,” - which opened at the Phoenix Theatre in late January 2020 and debuted off-Broadway on May 1 at the New World Stages - tells the story of Tony Valdovinos and the need to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.... Read more»

Pima County Historic Courthouse renovation receives state award

The six-year renovation of the Pima County Historic Courthouse has been recognized with an American Public Works Association award.... Read more»

Juneteenth: Celebrate nation's newest federal holiday in Tucson

The United States' newest federal holiday, Juneteenth — commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans — will be celebrated with a number of events around Tucson this weekend.... Read more»

Arizona Senate Republicans want to outlaw kids at drag shows

Arizona State Senate Republican leaders announced Tuesday that they want to make it illegal for anyone under 18 to attend drag shows in Arizona, though the actual details of what will be proposed are a “work in progress,” the measure’s likely sponsor said.... Read more»1

Barrio Bread owner Don Guerra named best baker in U.S.

Don Guerra, owner of Barrio Bread, was recognized with the 2022 James Beard Award for Outstanding Baker on Monday, adding to Tucson's national culinary reputation.... Read more»1

'Harley Quinn' writer to give virtual talk during Pima Library's LGBTQ+ series

DC Comics author Tee Franklin, the first Black woman to write "Harley Quinn," will discuss book "Bingo Love" during Saturday's virtual talk hosted by the Pima County Public Library's LGBTQ+ Services Committee.... Read more»

Artefacto ceremonial Yaqui Maaso Koba a ser devuelto después de estar en museo sueco por 100 años

Después de casi dos décadas de procesos legales, el pueblo de los Río Yaqui pronto podrán recibir artefactos sagrados devuelta a casa. ... Read more»

Tucson sounds: Meet us when you get to Heaven (or Dudleyville)

Al Foul has left the building. Long live Al Foul.... Read more»

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