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The pascola dancers and the deer dancer perform the ceremonial deer dance in the ramada.

A pascola dance ramada scene and informational panels now reside in the Itom Mahtawa'apo Community Education and Cultural Center, having been moved from the Arizona State Museum. Read more»

ATC's artistic director Sean Daniels.

Arizona Theatre Company Artistic Director Sean Daniels is leaving in the spring to become the associate director of Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota. Read more»

Alejandro Canelos' latest book involves desert animals living human experiences.

The culture between animals in the Southwest is one of survival in an arid environment. Those interactions are the topics for Nogales-born, Tucson-raised author Alejandro Canelos' latest book titled "The Neotenic Queen: Tales of Sex and Survival in the Sonoran desert." Read more»

Las Hermanas beer is available on draft at Borderlands Brewing Co.

Last Friday night, Borderlands Brewing Company's taproom opened it's doors for the release party of the 2nd edition of Las Hermanas beer. Read more»

Anthony 'Nick' Augustine will be performing at the event.

Six local musicians will be inducted into the Tucson Musicians Museum during the 17th Annual Celebration of Music and Culture next Sunday. Read more»

Mujer ángel, Desierto de Sonora, México, 1979 gelatin silver print, ©️ Graciela Iturbide

A calf disturbing a flock of birds in India, self-portraits, an angel in the Sonoran desert — all have been subjects of the lens of influential Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide, who will give a talk at the opening of an exhibit of her work at Tucson's Etherton Gallery. Read more»

The Blacktop Grill's sopapillas are served topped with a drizzle of sea salt caramel or organic honey.

Sonoran Restaurant Week is back for a fourth year. From Sept. 9 to 18, more than 100 Tucson restaurants will offer special prix fixe menus priced $25, $35 or $45. Read more»

Mariachi Aztlán asistió al nombramiento del Tucson Music Hall en honor a Linda Ronstadt en mayo 2022.

Un concierto celebrando el día de independencia de México se realizará el próximo jueves en el Fox Theatre. Read more»

Mariachi Aztlán attended the naming of Tucson Music Hall after Linda Ronstadt on May 2022.

A concert celebrating Mexican Independence Day next Thursday at the Fox Theatre will feature Tucson-area musicians and dancers. Read more»

PCC's Concert Band Wind Ensemble will be performing in the Pima Arts 22-23 season.

The 2022-23 season of PCC's Pima Arts programming has begun, and there will be concerts, plays and exhibitions "that interlace culture, tradition, history, entertainment, and even mathematics" in a diverse repertoire for the community college's student artists and performers. Read more»

This kind of poignant moments between caregivers and their people will be part of the exhibit, 'Walking Each Other Home: Cultural Practices at End of Life.'

A collection of films and photography showcasing how different cultures deal with death, "Walking Each Other Home: Cultural Practices at End of Life," opens at the Arizona State Museum on September 10. Read more»

Female brewers work together to pour grains into the mill.

In 2020, women from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border made history with the first collaboration between all-female brewers. Two years later, they were back in Tucson, creating a second edition of "Las Hermanas" beer. Read more»

Bold colors and shapes form faces in this vibrant piece.

Twenty-five works celebrating heritage and nature will be displayed at the Consulate of Mexico. Read more»

Director Abigail Grubb with performers Angelika Anastasio, Espi Rivadeneira, and Laura Padilla on stage, rehearsing a reading of 'La Egoista.'

After applying for multiple years, Erlina Ortiz has won Arizona Theatre Company's 2022 National Latine Playwrights Award with her comedy "La Egoista." Read more»

The San Xavier Mission School is working on helping place students in other schools.

While families went through their back-to-school rituals, and children were ready to go to class, the San Xavier Mission School was shut down August 12 due to low enrollment and lack of staffing. Read more»

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