RSSAll Entries in the "Arts/Entertainment" Category

TOP 10: Most influential international women

TOP 10: Most influential international women

By BRIANNA HERNANDEZ March marks Women’s History Month. It’s incredibly difficult to compile a list of just 10 influential women, so I apologize in advance for leaving out many fantastic women.      10. Ingrid Nilsen Nilsen focuses her YouTube channel on beauty, fashion and DIY, but in 2015 she used her platform of more […]

Horoscope

Horoscope

By ASHLEY MUÑOZ Aries (March 21-April 19) The stars are done giving you advice, Aries, mainly because they’ve been dead for hundreds of years.  Taurus (April 20-May 20) Hey Taurus, it’s never too late to get into streetwear. Don’t listen to what your family and friends say, spending $600 on sneakers is nothing. This is […]

Best Bets: Spring celebrations fill festival calendar

Best Bets: Spring celebrations fill festival calendar

Compiled by Erik Medina From award-winning Mexican cinema to car-free neighborhood strolls, upcoming festivals offer varied ways to celebrate spring. Here are our suggestions for top choices. Tucson Cine Mexico: March 22-26 The showcase, co-sponsored by the University of Arizona Hanson Film Institute and by New York’s Cinema Tropical, is the longest-running festival of contemporary […]

ARTS BRIEFS

ARTS BRIEFS

Compiled by Robyn Zelickson ‘Vagina Monologues’ returns March 23 Pima Community College West Campus will host a free performance of “The Vagina Monologues” on March 23 at 7 p.m. in the Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre. The seventh annual production will feature a cast of PCC students, faculty, staff and alumni sharing powerful stories […]

Instructor walks her way to empathy

Instructor walks her way to empathy

By AUSTIN AGUILAR Laura Milkins, a Pima Community College art instructor, has completed two “walking projects” and hosts a radio show. The walking projects started with her realizing that she didn’t walk anywhere in Tucson because she lived in what was considered a bad neighborhood. She had the idea to walk everywhere she went in […]

Horoscope

Horoscope

By DAKOTA FINCHER  Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Don’t be shy. Strut your stuff and leave everyone else dead in the water. Use the fish in your sign to help with this. Did you know Rhianna is a fellow Pisces?  Aries (March 21-April 19) Life is all about making memories, so do something outright crazy. It’s […]

What’s next after spring cleaning?

What’s next after spring cleaning?

Compiled by Dale Villeburn Old Coyote It’s March, time to get out of the house and embrace spring. Thankfully, there are plenty of great opportunities for food and fun to get you up and moving. Lord of the Wings: March 4 Forty restaurants will submit their best wings to compete for the title of “Lord […]

Start saving now for Coachella 2018

Start saving now for Coachella 2018

By DANIELLA CAMPUZANO  The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is definitely worth attending. I was fortunate enough to finally check out the famous festival for the first time in April 2016 with an amazing group of newbie-Chella friends. Each year, Coachella organizers bring new and incredible artists from all over the world to the […]

ARTS BRIEFS: Four concerts on tap between March 5-23

ARTS BRIEFS: Four concerts on tap between March 5-23

Compiled by Elise Stahl Pima Community College will present four concerts during March at the West Campus Center for the Arts. Tickets are either $6 or $8, with discounts available for students, seniors, military, PCC employees and groups. For more information, call the box office at 206-6986 or visit pima.edu/cfa.   Classical guitarist Lich: March […]

HOROSCOPE

HOROSCOPE

By DANIELLA CAMPUZANO Aquarius (Jan. 20- Feb. 18) Focus on yourself this year. Do the best you can with what’s expected of you. This is a good time to do some research and explore more education. Of course, you may need to take risk but it’ll be worth it. Pisces (Feb. 19- March 20) Your […]

Director Andres nominated for prestigious award

Director Andres nominated for prestigious award

BY ROBYN ZELICKSON Pima Community College’s Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery director David Andres works in his office, sorting through images to send to panels of volunteers who evaluate nominees and choose winners for the Governor’s Arts Awards. Bailey Doogan, a friend and fellow artist, nominated Andres for the Governor’s Award. Doogan is an emeritus faculty […]

TOP 10 Psychic Oscar predictions for 2017

TOP 10 Psychic Oscar predictions for 2017

By ASHLEY MUÑOZ Oscar season is the best time of the year. Better than my birthday. Better than Christmas. Even better than St. Patrick’s Day. It’s my Super Bowl. What can I say? I really love movies and I really hate my life. It’s the one time of the year I can lay in bed […]

Lower temps bring howling good time

Lower temps bring howling good time

By D.R. WILLIAMS It’s the best time of year in Tuscon. The heater is out of commission, in lower altitudes we have temporary rivers along the outskirts of town, go a little higher there’s pools and waterfalls still within sight of the mighty saguaro forests. The storms that lingered throughout town during Jan. 20-22 had […]

Christian Youth Theater stages ‘Charlie Brown’

Christian Youth Theater stages ‘Charlie Brown’

By ROBYN ZELICKSON Christian Youth Theater will stage its production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” Feb. 3-5 in the Pima Community College Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre. Performances run Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. The young actors are divided into two casts of 22 performers. […]

Bernal Gallery exhibit echoes ‘Stillness’

Bernal Gallery exhibit echoes ‘Stillness’

By ROBYN ZELICKSON The Pima Community College Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery will host an art exhibit titled “Stillness” through March 5. Bernal Gallery, under the direction of curator David Andres, is located on the West Campus in the Center for the Arts complex. A reception will be held on Feb. 9 from 5-7 p.m. and […]