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Every Feb. 2, it's time for the obligatory Groundhog Day story. Let's just not think about doing 2020 all over again. Or 2021. Or even 2022. Read more»

Tumerico's owner-chef Wendy Garcia is a semifinalist for the 'Best Chef in the Southwest' James Beard awards . Her restaurants are known for her traditional Mexican meals with their vegan or vegetarian twists.

Wendy Garcia, the owner and chef of local vegetarian Mexican restaurant Tumerico, has been nominated for a James Beard Award. Read more»

Takács Quartet: First violinist Edward Dusinberre, cellist András Fejér, second violinist Harumi Rhodes, and violist Richard O'Neill.

In perfect unison with the theme of home, the emotional impact of its absence and the human capacity for renewal, Takács Quartet cellist and founding member András Fejér reflects on his past and recent work ahead of a concert in Tucson on Wednesday evening. Read more»

Men dressed in uniform at the inaugural tribute in 2022.

The second annual Salute to the Nogales Buffalo Soldiers will take place Saturday, Jan. 28, honoring the lives of African Americans who joined the U.S. armed forces in the wake of the Civil War. Read more»

Unscrewed Theater celebrates nine years with a weekend celebration.

Unscrewed Theater, a nonprofit volunteer-led group dedicated to improv comedy in Tucson, is celebrating nine years of laughter from performers and audiences at their East Speedway home with shows this weekend. Read more»

The 11th Tucson Fringe is back with 18 events running from Thursday, Jan. 19 to Sunday, Jan. 22. The options will be one live event via Zoom, two free pre-recorded shows available to watch on the Tucson Fringe YouTube channel and 15 live events. Read more»

Tall Tall Trees's one-man show will take place at The Monica for the 2023 Tucson Jazz Festival.

New York performer Mike Savino — known by his artistic name Tall Tall Trees — will put on a one-man show at the 2023 Tucson Jazz Festival. With his banjo in hand, the songwriter said people should be ready to see something they've never seen before. Read more»

The Guide is a folk-jazz trio that will take the stage at the Hotel Congress Plaza during the Tucson Jazz Festival.

When the pandemic hit, countries entered periods of lockdown and people self-isolated. For Jake Leckie, Elizabeth Goodfellow and Nadav Peled, music was a lifeline. Read more»

Gila Bend will play live at the Fox Theatre on Saturday.

2nd Saturdays at the Fox return this weekend with a screening of "King Creole" starring Elvis Presley and live music performed by Gila Bend and Classless Chaps. Read more»

Tatiana Eva-Marie and Avalon Jazz Band will fill up the Hotel Congress Plaza with 'gypsy jazz.'

A trans-Atlantic performer with golden pipes will take the Hotel Congress Plaza stage next Wednesday as part of the 2023 Tucson Jazz Festival. Read more»

The history, meaning and lyrics of "Auld Lang Syne" — just in time to impress your friends this holiday. Read more»

After a half-inch of snow fell on Mt. Lemmon on Wednesday evening, hundreds of visitors and residents in Tucson headed up General Hitchcock Highway to throw snowballs, build icy snowmen, and try their hand at sledding.

After a half-inch of snow fell on Mt. Lemmon on Wednesday evening, hundreds of visitors and residents in Tucson headed up General Hitchcock Highway to throw snowballs, build icy snowmen, and try their hand at sledding. Read more»

Seis Kitchen's menu contains favorites and new dishes to try.

What's been dubbed as the "2022 Taco Bell New Year's Eve Downtown Bowl Bash" will occupy Tucson this weekend, part of the Arizona Bowl activities that help showcase our city. But Tucsonans know that real tacos don't come from that fast-food chain. Read more»

Golden Boots

In which we anticipate the second coming of Bisbee's First Festival and JJP reimagines her top three local favorite albums as weird 1970s road movies... it's YOUR music column at TucsonSentinel.com! Read more»

It might be getting just cold enough in Tucson to gather around the hearth, but here are some holiday songs to warm your heart whether you have a fireplace or not — and some to make you nod your head and play air guitar. With hours of music spread over dozens of songs, these Christmas classics will liven your spirits, even if we're not gathering in festive crowds again quite yet. Read more»

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