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Megafun performed during Festival en el Barrio.

The third annual Calexico and Friends Festival en el Barrio saw a party fill the streets downtown Saturday afternoon to raise money for KXCI, a local non-profit radio station. (with videos) Read more»

The 4th Avenue Spring Street Fair kicked off on Friday.

Artists, musicians, performers and food vendors join merchants of the historic shopping district for the annual 4th Avenue Spring Street Fair. Read more»

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild speaks at a press conference in December.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild will discuss his 180-day plan and answer questions during a town hall meeting at Ward 4 on Monday. Read more» 1

Nick Foles steps back to throw as NFL agents and scouts watch during the University of Arizona's NFL Pro Day on Monday.

National Football League scouts and agents swarmed McKale Center on Monday to get a look at the available University of Arizona football draftees. Read more»

Seattle Mariners' Alex Liddi stretches to force Milwaukee Brewers' left fielder Kentrail Davis out in his run for first base during a spring training game on Friday.

The Seattle Mariners faced off against the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday as spring training made a brief return to Tucson. 7,000 people turned out to enjoy the weather, get baseballs autographed, and watch big leaguers at work Read more»

While great Highland bagpipes may be Scottish rather than Irish, you're sure to see a pipe band or two at Saturday's St. Patrick's Day parade.

The annual St. Patrick’s Day festival and parade will honor its creators this year. It’s a fitting theme following the death last week of one of the founders, Mike Haggerty, who was to have been the event's grand marshal. Read more»

Take an umbrella with you if you're planning to hit the third annual Cyclovia Tucson this weekend. Cars will be banished from five miles of downtown streets; instead, walkers, bikers, skateboarders and others will be free to loop around the area. Read more»