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Part of a retrospective series of all 22 films from the Studio Ghibli catalog, the Loft's screening of the animated adventure 'Tales from Earthsea' runs through Saturday — duck out of heat and into a magical world of dragons and castles, swords and sorcerers. Read more»

There'll be a special Independence Day showing of "Top Gun" at the Loft for July 4, and you could win tickets to the movie, which is having its 30th anniversary. Feel the need for speed? Ride into the danger zone — it'll take your breath away. Read more»

Sexts, lies and Carlos Danger: watch the wildest political meltdown in recent history as it unfolds — Anthony Weiner—still reeling from the sex scandal that ended his political career two years earlier—is back in the spotlight, but it’s not long before history repeats itself and new sexting allegations. You could win free tickets! Read more»

The 1982 movie "Tron" broke new ground in computer animation, setting the stage for decades of special effects to come. But, like the other movies of its day, it was screened on old-school film, generally in 35mm. This weekend at the Loft, it will be shown projected from a high-resolution 70mm print — and you could win free tickets! Read more»

Temperatures are set to spike this weekend, but you can dodge the onset of summer in the cool confines of the Loft Cinema, watching "The Thing" creepily infiltrate a snowbound Antarctic research station — and you could win free tickets! Read more»

With each line of dialogue more memorable — and quotable — than the last, the Coen Brother's supremely kooky slacker classic "The Big Lebowski" will roll its way onto the big screen at the Loft this weekend — and you could win free tickets! Read more»

With almost too many stars to list, the 1963 comedy caper classic "It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" is known for cramming live actors into crazy situations. Catch it as it expands across the big screen at the Loft on Saturday — and you could win free tickets! Read more»

Decades before CGI made special effects easier to produce, Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" was a visual feast, a neo-noir sci-fi that has become a cult classic. You can see stars Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer and Sean Young on the big screen at the Loft this weekend — and you might just score a pair of free tickets! Read more»

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»

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»

Former Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska speaking at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland.

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin recently said she is “as much a scientist” as Bill Nye, best known for his children’s show, “Bill Nye the Science Guy.” Read more»

A vintage photograph of a squaw dress shows the dress’s accordion skirt span and crinkly pleats.

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»

Mingus plays on the bicentennial, July 4, 1976.

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»

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»

Shandling at the 1987 Emmy Awards.

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»

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