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Cox Communications is taking steps to help people stay connected to the internet during the coronavirus pandemic

Cox Communications announced today that the company will provide a "starter" Internet service for a cut rate during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more»

Access Tucson will hold a telethon Wednesday night to celebrate community media. The public access agency, which has seen its budget cut by 60 percent over the last several years, will raise money and awareness from 6-9:30 p.m. Read more»

Reports of Access Tucson's death are greatly exaggerated. For the second time in less than a month, Tucson media reported that the City Council eliminated funding for the public access organization. Neither of those votes ever happened. Read more»

The planned plaza for MOCA Tucson.

Tucson's Museum of Contemporary Art held Gala MOCA 2010 on Saturday, the inaugural event at the museum's new home at 265 S. Church Ave. The new space, the former downtown fire station, was rapidly transformed for the occasion into a ballroom, and galleries were open to the gala's 300 guests. Read more» 1