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Gurpreet Singh Padda MD, MBA, applauds Diaz's prescient understanding of the evolving relationship between humans and AI, which is evident in his artwork, often featuring humanoid figures interacting with machines or technology.

Peering into the scrying mirror — depicting a world equally grotesque and apocalyptic — Tucson artist Daniel Martin Diaz's new book “Iconoclasm: AI and The Devaluation of Humanity's Achievements” makes inquiries into the impact of artificial intelligence on the arts and the shape of things to come. Read more»

Hailing from the Rio Grande Valley of south Texas, since their inception in 2017, Mexican-American darkwave/post-punk duo Twin Tribes’ dark star has been steadily on the rise. They'll hit the stage at 191 Toole in Tucson on Monday night. Read more»

Straight out of Poway, the lo-fi electronic buzz and thump of post-punk revivalists Crocodiles was cultured in San Diego — and spread around the world. The group will take to the Club Congress stage on Saturday, with "echoes of friends who are no longer with us." Read more»

Greyhound Soul (L to R): bassist Duane Hollis, drummer Alan Anderson, frontman Joe Peña, keyboardist Glen Corey and guitarist Robin Michael Johnson.

"At our shows people know the words to our songs and are singing along. That still blows me away," said Greyhound Soul's stalwart leader Joe Peña ahead of this weekend's gigs marking the band's nearly three decades of music. Read more»

Seemingly “born a silver thorn on a Midwest rose,” in finding her angels Melissa Etheridge found her soul. ne of rock's great female performers and an LGBTQ activist, she spoke with the Sentinel ahead of a Tucson concert. Read more»

Tim Butler

Four decades after the Psychedelic Furs' debut, co-founding member Tim Butler reflects on the road out of Middlesex, England. Most well-known in the U.S. for the the theme for "Pretty in Pink," the band is back after a long break, and has an upcoming stop in Tucson. 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»