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Festival of Books presents Senator Bernie Sanders

Sunday, March 5th Senator Bernie Sanders will be presenting on Sunday, March 5 at 4:00 p.m. in the Student Union North Ballroom along with his co-author John Nichols. Bernie Sanders is serving his third term […]

Tucson Comic Con

Friday, September 2nd – the 4th The hometown hero and Tucson Comic Con empresario Mike Olivares brings back the 10,000 plus attendee downtown gathering after a 2 year hiatus ( […]

HoCo Fest

Thursday September 1st – thru the 4th Hoco Fest One of two conventions returning this weekend (check out Tucson Comic Con) since the world shut down 2 years ago. Hoco […]

Critters Afterdark

Later weekend hours for the Reid Park Zoo and the Arizona Desert Museum have begun. AZ Desert Museum  Bats perform aerial acrobatics in pursuit of dinner, beavers splash around […]


Rialto Theatre, Fox Theatre, 191, The Rock, & Club Congress.Together they are the community gathering points for live music in our city. And like many other venues across the country […]

Bringing the show to you

With everyone spending more time indoors and online it occurred to some of our community members to generate fresh content. They decided to use the interwebs as a force for […]

Hoco Fest Night 1 Bad Gyal

Wednesday August 29th Alba Farelo, better known as Bad Gyal, is a Spanish and Catalan singer and producer. While attending university and working at a call centre, she released “Pai” […]


Saturday April 14th The annual springtime KFMA music festival with performances by- A Perfect Circle, Stone Temple Pilots, Jonathan Davis of Korn, 10 Years, Two Feet, Vista Kicks, & Sorrows […]

Noam Chomsky

Friday, April 13th “If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don’t believe in it at all.” One of the most cited scholars in history, […]