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Stuntman Caleb Evans performs for Old Tucson's 80th anniversary last year.

Old Tucson, the tourist attraction and Western film studio, will close indefinitely, as operator Old Tucson Studios is walking away and leaving the facility in the hands of Pima County. Read more»

John Ford directs John Wayne in 'The Searchers,' filmed in Monument Valley, north of Kayenta, Ariz.

Fans of the movie-making industry are still irked that Arizona legislators stopped allowing incentives to entice filmmakers six years ago and continue to rebuff efforts to reinstate them.They contend that the lack of incentives is a major reason why Pima County hasn’t come close to its potential. Read more»

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Interviews with civic leader Pat Darcy, Tucson Hispanic Chamber CEO Lea Marquez Peterson, Tucsoncitizen.com sportswriter Anthony Gimino, Inside Tucson Business Editor Mark B. Evans, and state Sen. Linda Lopez. Read more»

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Festivals, silent auctions and haunted houses are all giving back a little something to the community this weekend. From the familiar setting of Tucson Eat, err, Meet Yourself, to the indie-focused Tucson Film and Music Festival, there's plenty to put on your To-do List. Read more»

We got things started with a newsmaker interview with State Rep. Steve Farley. Read more»