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Thousands attended the Tucson's annual All Souls Procession, now marking its 30th year, on Sunday night.

Streaming along the streets of Tucson, thousands walked parallel to the Santa Cruz River on Sunday night, many in costumes with faces painted to remember lost loved ones, as part of the 2019 All Souls Procession. Read more»

PCC's SandScript Art and Literary Journal has been named the best community college magazine in the United States for the fifth consecutive year. Read more»

The Norman Lykes house, considered Frank Lloyd Wright’s last residential design before his death in 1959, perches on a hillside in north-central Phoenix. Once listed for $2.65 million, the house is going on the auction block without reserve on Wednesday.

The Norman Lykes house is considered Wright’s last residential design, conceived before his death in 1959. Once listed for $2.65 million dollars, the home – just north of the Arizona Biltmore – will be sold Wednesday at auction. Read more»

David Hume Kennerly, George H.W. Bush, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, United States Presidents Gather Two Weeks before Barack Obama's Inauguration, Oval Office of the White House, Washington, D.C., 2009.Center for Creative Photography, The University of Arizona: David Hume Kennerly Archive. © Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents

Pulitzer Prize winner David Hume Kennerly, who will speak at the UA on Friday night with historian Jon Meacham, has added the archive of his 50-plus years of photojournalism to the Center of Creative Photography collection in Tucson. Read more»

Ginger Shulick Porcella

Ginger Shulick Porcella, executive director of Tucson's contemporary art museum, is leaving for a position in Minnesota. She had been MOCA's head since 2017. Read more»

This 76-foot by 22-foot mural in Yuma honoring the Sonoran pronghorn and the Yuma Ridgeway’s rail, a marsh bird, is the 20th in a series commissioned by the Center for Biological Diversity.

The fastest land mammal in North America and a large-footed marsh bird in the Southwest have been listed as endangered for more than half a century and artists in Yuma want to let people know how their existence is threatened. Read more»

Thousands attended the 29th All Souls Procession in Tucson on Sunday night.

Thousands attended the 29th All Souls Procession in Tucson on Sunday night. Read more»

Michael Sneberger (left), a computer science student at Arizona State University and his father Richard Sneberger (right) discuss Tom Kiefer’s photographs of items confiscated from people at the border at ASU’s Northlight Gallery in downtown Phoenix at October’s First Friday.

An ASU photo exhibit features portraits of objects confiscated from migrants by U.S. law enforcement at the border. Read more»

Bats popping wheelies while astride a mountain bike? Or tilework chronicling the story of Spanish Explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and Padre Eusebio Kino? You'll find that and much more on our county-wide shared-use path, which might more appropriately be called our 131-mile open space art gallery. Read more»

Bisbee artist Gretchen Baer started Studio Mariposa, the program that unites American musicians and Mexican children.

If you travel to the small border town of Naco, the first thing to catch your eye is a small, gloriously colored building that sits fewer than 500 feet from the port of entry. It’s called Studio Mariposa, an idea that began with Bisbee artist Gretchen Baer’s desire to provide a place of free expression through art and music for Mexican children here Read more»

"Songwriting is different every time," said Natalie Pohanic. The Tucsonan started writing and recording songs at the tender age of two and never lost the bug. Plus, West Foot Forward is coming to town and a weekend full of festivals in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup. Read more»

Catherine Ayotte (right) cosplays under the name 'zeldachann.' She poses with Snow Habit, and they are cosplaying characters from the popular anime 'RWBY.'

What started mainly as a hobby popular in Japan has exploded into a multibillion-dollar industry that has surged in popularity in the U.S. In Arizona, people can spend thousands of dollars on things like convention tickets, hotel stays, custom-made costumes and props. Read more»

Titled 'Dibé dóó biyazhí ('The sheep and its young'), a student’s drawing hangs in the hallway at Diné Bi’ Olta’. (Photo by Taylor Notah/Cronkite News)

“Béédaałniih: Diné bizaad bídahwiil’aah. Táadoo biligáana k’ehjí yádaalłti’í. Ahéhee’.” These are the first words that visitors see on a sign at the entrance of Tsé Hootsooí Diné Bi’ Olta’, an elementary immersion school that teaches the Navajo language to its 133 students on the capital of the Navajo Nation. Read more»

Amado Unitarian Universalist Church members experience The Migrant Quilt Project exposition at the church. (Photo by Charlene Santiago/Cronkite News)

Tattered jeans, backpacks, and love letters are stitched together and tell the story of migrants who made their way into the U.S. through the Arizona desert but perished before reaching their destination. "The goal is to humanize these people," said Jody Ipsen, founder of the Migrant Quilt Project. Read more»

Construction workers bring down sections of a border mural at the U.S.-Mexico border.

For the past two months, residents of Naco, Mexico, have seen construction vehicles along the border. On Tuesday, workers began bringing down part of the fence that features a one-mile mural that Mexican children have painted over the past six years. Read more»

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