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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Green Valley Stroke Support Group AUGUST 8 The group is facilitated by Leslie Ritter, PhD, RN, and supported by Banner - University Medical Center,...

Addressing depression, memory loss is important

By TMC Geropsychiatric Center Studies showing a connection between depression and memory loss or other cognitive impairment have prompted health experts to take a new...

Their Generation The Rialto hosts Woodstock anniversary concert

By Laura Latzko In August 1969, a half a million people gathered on a dairy farm in Bethel, New York, for what would become one...

Overcoming Barriers Frank Iero finds peace on his new album with Steve Albini

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Frank Iero had this vision. The singer-guitarist thought his ironic new song “Great Party” could best be told with his band, Frank...

Skillet is ‘Victorious’ The Christian band unleashes inspiring new album

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Naming an album “Victorious” could be seen as a gutsy move, but Skillet lead singer John Cooper isn’t quite sure how he...

Top 15 Things to Do

By Katie Sawyer Abstract month All Month Long This month is abstract month at the Madaras Gallery. Owner, operator and — of course — painter Diana Madaras...

Talking Tucson and Family Calexico’s Joey Burns prepares to return home with Iron &...

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Joey Burns’ 8-year-old daughters are quickly learning about the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. He recently took them to Manhattan to see “Wicked”...

‘Peace’ of Mind Our Lady Peace sharing opinionated new material on U.S. tour

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Raine Maida is proud to hail from Toronto. He brags about his hometown in interviews and from the stage with his band...

Hello, Anello Fantastic pizzeria approaches its second birthday

By Valerie Vinyard Tucked away on Sixth Street just east of Sixth Avenue, Anello is a hidden dining oasis in downtown Tucson. There’s no sign. No...

Railroad Ties Transportation Museum fetes Tucson’s 244th birthday

By Laura Latzko Although it was officially named Tucson in 1775, the city has a long history that has been shaped by Hohokam Indians, Spanish...