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Interested in the $71.3 million dollar project to revamp Broadway between Euclid and Country Club? A citizen's task force will discuss alternatives and take public input Thursday night. Read more»

Regional Transportation Authority planning director John Liosatos, transportation planner Patrick Hartley, TDOT Director Daryl Cole, and RTA Transportation Services Director Jim DeGrood Read more»

Marana weighs its options following an appelate court ruling that invalidates the town's takeover of a wastewater facility, Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik discusses feedback from Wednesday's RTA meeting about Broadway work, and this week's 'Tucson Weekly on Radio.' Read more»

Fourth Avenue will be open only to pedestrians beginning Thursday at 1 p.m. until midnight Sunday for the Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair.

Tucson drivers traveling downtown or through midtown this weekend will face some traffic restrictions from the Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair and the 14th annual Race for the Cure. Read more»

Work on gas lines downtown in preparation for the Tucson Modern Streetcar project will restrict travel through parts of downtown through the end of March. Read more»

The cast rocks out in 'Rock of Ages.'

The musical features songs by Journey, Styx, Starship, Poison and Foreigner, stitched together by themes of love lost, following one’s dreams and youthful rebellion. Read more»

The Regional Transportation Authority and the City of Tucson are looking for members for a Citizen Task Force to help improve the Broadway corridor. Read more»

The fictional story of Celie Harris is, hopefully, less about race (though it can not and should not be discounted) and more about our humanity and the range of cruelty and joy that we are capable of experiencing. Read more» 1