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The statue was fully cleaned and returned to her intended state.

After nearly four months of cleaning and restoration, the statue has been returned to its home. Read more»

Wednesday is the last Light the Night event where cyclists and pedestrians can get free lights. Volunteers from the Living Streets Alliance will be at the west end of Santa Rita Park starting at 6 p.m. Read more»

Dancers premiered In the Shadows of the Dreamers at last year's spring collection performance.

A Sunday dance performance will reprise a piece choreographed last year by a University of Arizona professor to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp. Read more»

Last year's poetry festival was a great success. This year's is hoped to be even better.

April is National Poetry Month and that means it’s time for the Tucson Poetry Festival. This weekend's event will include readings, workshops, a youth poetry competition, a panel discussion, and even a chance to dine with the guest poets. Read more»

The Easter bunny has been busy this year, as there will be a egg hunts all over Tucson this Saturday. Read more»

Centennial Hall will host a powerhouse panel on privacy issues Friday, including a Skype appearance by Edward Snowden. Also appearing will be activist Noam Chomsky and Glenn Greenwald, a reporter who will also speak after a screening Thursday night at the Loft. Read more»

A procession marking the third anniversary of the Oct. 10, 2012, death of 16-year old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez ends at the spot where the teenager died after being hit approximately 10 times by gunfire from a U.S. Border Patrol agent.

The trial of Lonnie Ray Swartz, a Border Patrol agent accused of second-degree murder for the 2012 cross-border shooting of 16-year old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez, has been pushed back until November. It had been scheduled to begin later this month. Read more»

'Barrio Stories' features Borderlands Theater actors bringing to life the oral histories of the residents whose homes were lost to the construction of the convention center.

The Barrio Stories Project, stories of the demolition of the historic heart of Downtown Tucson almost five decades ago, will come to life outside the TCC in a series of performances by Borderlands Theater this Thursday through Sunday. Read more»

Gary and Peggy Martin's garden display

This weekend, local train aficionados will open their backyards to share their model railroads with the public. Read more»

Instead of sending them to a landfill, put old car seats to work. Read more»

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is holding its second of three Super Citrus Saturdays this weekend on Feb. 20 Read more»

Shakespeare's First Folio, opened to a page of 'Hamlet,' is on display at the Arizona State Museum. This 393-year-old book is the center of the exhibit.

His plots, characters and turns of phrase are familiar to everyone. But many of Shakespeare's plays were not published during his lifetime, and might have been lost forever if not for a rare edition published in the years after his death. One of those historic volumes, a 1623 First Folio, is on display in Tucson. Read more» 1

'Barrio Stories' features Borderlands Theater actors bringing to life the oral histories of the residents whose homes were lost to the construction of the convention center.

It's been nearly five decades since hundreds of homes and businesses were bulldozed in the historic heart of the Old Pueblo to make way for the Tucson Convention Center. Borderlands Theater's "Barrio Stories" will give voice to those long-flattened buildings and their former occupants. Read more»

West Side residents can get a free checkup Saturday, including screenings for osteoporosis, cholesterol, breathing, diabetes, high blood pressure, a hearing test, eye exam and other tests. Read more»

Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Joseph Murphy during a guided tour of the Transfer Under Pressure system, a life-saving system being tested by the Navy. Murphy was recently named the Navy Region Southwest, Reserve Component Command Sailor of the Year.

Navy corpsman, diving medical technician and University of Arizona student Joseph Murphy has another line to add to his resumé: 2015 Navy Region Southwest Reserve sailor of the year. Read more»