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Event Location: 318 E. Congress St.  Venue: The Historic Rialto Theatre  Time: 7:00 pm doors / 8:00 pm showtime  Admission: $43 general admission advance $45 general admission day of show $43 reserve seated balcony * prices may be subject to service fees  Phone: 520-740-1000 

older): $7.00 Children (4 to 15 years old): $5 Children under 4 years old: Free College Students w/ID: $4.00 Senior/Military: $6.00 Phone: 520-621-7827 

April 27th at Augustin Kitchen Southern Arizona has high-quality, locally brewed beers and wines as well as some of the finest locally owned and operated restaurants in the state and country. Experience the best of the best at this second annual Local Food, Beer and Wine Tasting event, hosted by the Augustin Kitchen in the Mercado San Agustin off Congress just west of I-10. You will be entertained with live music, t-shirt giveaways, grand prize raffles and tastings from some of the best local supporters in Southern Arizona: Acacia Real Food & Cocktails • Agustin Kitchen • Pasco Kitchen & Lounge • Proper Prep & Pastry • Zona 78 • Arizona Stronghold Vineyards • Callaghan Vineyards Dos Cabezas WineWorks • Pillsbury Wine Co. • Borderlands Brewing Co. Dragoon Brewing Co. • Ten55 Brewing • Old Bisbee Brewing Co. Event Location: 100 South Avenida Del Convento Ste. 150  Venue: Augustin Kitchen  Time: From: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM  Admission: $35 - purchase on the Slow Food website  Phone: 520-398-5382 

THE SERI INDIANS – DEGRAZIA EXHIBIT Thru November 30th A new exhibit displays the collection of works from DeGrazia’s 1960s visit to the Seri Indians from Tiburon Island in the Gulf of California. Event Location: 6300 N. Swan Road, Tucson, AZ 85718  Venue: DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun  Time: From 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily but closed on the following days: New Year’s, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Admission: Free. Donations accepted.  Phone: 520-299-9191 


BECK WITH SPECIAL GUESTS April 23rd at Rialto Theatre The historic Rialto Theatre presents Beck in a concert reunion with his Mutations Tour bandmates for this current tour, including Joey Waronker, Roger Manning, Smokey Hormel and Justin Meldal-Johnsen. Having spent the last few years working non-stop on projects ranging from producing albums for Stephen Malkmus, Thurston Moore and Charlotte Gainsbourg, to curating and performing in Record Club, Beck continues to be an

The UA Mineral Museum’s “Best of the Best” exhibit features many of the most exquisite minerals from the most admired collections in the state. The exhibit also brings together the stories behind the minerals - the search, the discovery, the history and the aweinspiring science - that makes these specimens come to life.  The UA Mineral Museum is open daily and is located on the Main Floor of Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium. Event Location: 1601 E. University Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85719  Venue: The University of Arizona Mineral Museum  Time: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday 1-4p.m.  Admission: Planetarium Exhibits and Mineral Museum: Adults (16 years and

THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF ANSEL ADAMS Thru April 14th The University of Arizona Center for Creative Photography presents an exhibition of 21 of Ansel Adams’s photographs. Though the photographs in this exhibition are not those for which the photographer is best known, they provide insight into the richness of his photographic vision and the many perspectives he explored. The featured photographs represent a range of subjects, including landscapes, cityscapes, still lifes, natural details, portraits and architectural views, encompassing a long span of the famed photographer’s career. Event Location: 1030 North Olive Road  Venue: Center for Creative Photography  Time: Mon–Fri, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; SatSun, 1p.m. to 4 p.m. Admission: Free and open to the public. There is a suggested donation.  Phone: 520-621-7968 


Every day through April, Tucson Botanical Gardens presents a live tropical butterfly exhibit. View colorful butterflies fluttering and marvel at nature’s flying flowers at the new Cox Communications Butterfly and Orchid Pavilion. This exhibit helps support global efforts for sustainable conservation.  Dart Frogs have now been added to the Butterfly Magic exhibit.  As of now, there are 5 different varieties and a total of 25 frogs. Event Location: 2150 N. Alvernon Way  Venue: Tucson Botanical Gardens  Time: From: 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM Gardens Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Open seven days a week, year round, except July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day and New Year’s Day. Oct. thru Apr. $13 Adults |  Admission: Oct. thru Apr. $13 Adults | $12 Student/Senior/Military | $7.50 Children 4-12 (included entrance to Butterfly Magic) May thru Sept. $8 Adults | $7 Student/Senior/Military | $4 Children 4-12 Children  Phone: 520-326-9686 

CRYSTALLINE TREASURES: THE MINERAL HERITAGE OF CHINA Thru June 30th The UA Mineral Museum’s “Crystalline Treasures. The Mineral Heritage of China” exhibit features a worldclass display. You’ll see astonishing mineral specimens from China that have never been seen before in a public exhibition. And you’ll learn about the ancient history and culture of China, a civilization that goes back five thousand years, a civilization that changed the world with the invention of gunpowder, paper, and silk. The UA Mineral Museum is open daily and is located on the Main Floor of Flandrau Science Center. Event Location: 1601 E. University Blvd.  Venue: The University of Arizona Mineral Museum  Time: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday 1-4p.m.  Admission: Planetarium Exhibits and Mineral Museum: Adults (16 years and older): $7.00 Children (4 to 15 years old): $5 Children under 4 years old: Free College Students w/ID: $4.00 Senior/Military: $6.00  Continued On Page 6...

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EL NACIMIENTO (THE NATIVITY SCENE) Thru June 8th A traditional Mexican nativity scene made with hundreds of tiny lights and earthen figurines displayed at one of Tucson’s oldest buildings, La Casa Cordova, Tucson Museum of Art Historic Block. Event Location: 140 N. Main Ave.  Venue: Tucson Museum of Art - La Casa Cordova  Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10am--5p.m. Sunday Noon-5 p.m. The Museum is closed on Mondays, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  Admission: Free  Phone: 520-624-2333  Every Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday


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Tucson Speedway April Fool’s Day came and went but there was no “fooling around” Saturday Night at Tucson Speedway, “The Action Track Built for Speed” with competitive racing in four divisions. There was no waiting for the excitement to begin as it started with the quick 6 dash, the first qualifying race of the evening. Ron Eaton made an aggressive and controversial move that took Matt Levin, Scott Rueshenberg and Jeff Spencer out of the dash.

Milburg in 4th and Ken Morrissette in 5th. The Vintage midgets and sprint car driven by Don Hamilton gave the fans a “return to the past”. Midget drivers included: Dale Quinn, Roger Hagg, Mike Schrum, Richard Corrow and Barry Adams. Trophies were presented by Savanna Fletcher, Miss Cochise County. Keith Ames MAIN EVENTS Super Late Models

The #10 car of Matt Levin was too damaged to return for the Super Late Model Main and instead Matt competed in the Main in the #46 team car driven by his father, Alan Levin. Although the cars of Rueshenberg and Spencer returned after repairs, each under performed in the main with Spencer pulling off on Lap 3 and Scott Rueshenberg having a disappointing 7th place finish.

1st Ron Eaton #7, 2nd Ron Norman #9, 3rd Mark Shaffer #59, 4th Brandon Schilling # 20, 5th Cassie Gannis # 47, 6th Rick Butler # 55, 7th Scott Rueshenberg # 25, 8th Matt Levin # 46, 9th John Lashley # .05, 10th Mike Foster # 53, 11th Tim Blodgett #3, 12th Brian Harrington # 39, 13th Ned Champine # 5, 14th Mariah McGriff # 8, 15th Jeff Spencer #00

As the average car count continues to grow in the Super Late Model Class with 16, so does the number of fans attending each race. The quality of racing among the SLM drivers was evident with an all green 50 lap Main event. Ron Eaton and Brandon Schilling set a blistering pace for the first 25 laps when Ron Norman caught up to the two cars as Schilling appeared to have his tires go away and finished 4th. Norman finished 2nd and looked tight in the corners and could not offer a challenge to Eaton who won the main. Rookie driver, Mark Shaffer, was the hard charger of the evening advancing from 9th to third. Cassie Gannis rounded out the top five.

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Loren Sheffield set the pace in a 14 car Pro Stock field. Don Zoll, with a very strong performance finished second and was followed to the checkers by Jason Davis, Alex Flores and John Nahoopii with a strong 5th place finish. Southwest Orthopaedic Surgery Specialists Modified class as always has great side by side racing for the fans. Bob Cramb moved from his 4th starting spot to lead the field for the win. Ned Champine stared 2nd in the main and finished 2nd followed by Sierra Vista Driver, David Levitt in 3rd, Loren Sheffield 4th and rounding out the top 5 was Joshua Davis. Tony Helm, former flagman, was the star of the field in the Hornet race and did so chauffeuring his new car. He was followed to the checkers by Ryan Pagano, Richard Perkins in 3rd, Kyle


1st Bob Cramb # 27x, 2nd Ned Champine # 13, 3rd David Levitt # 28, 4th Loren Sheffield # 96, 5th Josua Davis # 92, 6th Dominic Currieri # 8, 7th Matt Rice # 94, 8th Rick Butler # 44

Pro Stocks 1st Loren Sheffield # 96, 2nd Don Zoll Jr. # 56, 3rd Jason Davis # 8, 4th Alex Flores # 5 AZ, 5th John Nahoopii # 50, 6th Ray Mros # 29, 7th Alyssa Guevara # 5, 8th Gene Preston # 89, 9th Zoram Ruiz #67, 10th Bobby Babers # .50, 11th Chuck Lakin # 6, 12th Ken Hunt # 3, 13th Bill Welch # 7, 14th David Perkins # 36.

Hornets 1st Tony Helm #80, 2nd Ryan Pagano # 27R, 3rd Richard Perkins # 55, 4th Kyle Milburg # 28, 5th Ken Morrissette # 00, 6th Branson Olds # 18, 7th Randy Dowty # 24, 8th Steve Bickford #7, 9th Allen Dowty # 33, 10th Robby Reed # 5, 11th no name # 68.

Vintage Open Wheel Midgets and Sprint Car Exhibition Don Hamilton, Dale Quin, Roger Hagg, Mike Schrum, Richard Corrow, Barry Adams

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U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West’s Jazz Ensemble Performing Free Concert at Fox Tucson Theatre April 27th at 3 p.m. The Commanders, a newly-revived jazz ensemble, part of the U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West, is performing a free concert at the Fox Tucson Theatre, Sunday, April 27 at 3 p.m. Tickets are now available at the Fox Tucson Theatre Box Office at 17 West Congress Street or by calling 520-5473040. Individuals are limited to no more than six tickets. Disney characters and artwork ©Disney, Disney/Pixar characters ©Disney/Pixar.


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Under the direction of Master Sgt. Jeremiah True, The Commanders carry on the American musical tradition of the great traveling big bands. This energetic group of highly-trained professional Airmen-musicians plays everything from traditional jazz and swing to Broadway favorites, popular tunes, Latin rhythms, and patriotic music. Audiences can expect to hear the music of jazz legends Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, Count Basie and Charlie Parker, as well as contemporary big band leaders and composers such as Gordon Goodwin and Maria Schneider. The U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West is stationed in the San Francisco Bay area at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. The only active duty Air Force band west of the Rockies, the Band of the Golden West is comprised of about 60 talented and versatile Airmenmusicians who perform across seven western states, 13 Air Force Bases, eight Air Force Reserve wings, and six recruiting squadrons. For more information visit these websites: USAF Band of the Golden West: http:// Ensembles: http://www. ensembles/index.asp Questions about the U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West and the

AZ OPERA – DON PASQUALE April 12th – 13th at Tucson Music Hall In this Arizona Opera production of Donizetti’s “Don Pasquale” an exuberant cast comes to Tucson for a limited engagement. Renowned Maestro Gary Wedow and singer/ director Chuck Hudson celebrate the composer’s comic masterpiece of wit, wealth and domestic warfare, at Tucson Music Hall. Event Location: 260 S. Church Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701  Venue: Tucson Music Hall  Time: Sat. Apr 12 at 7:30 PM; Sun Apr 13 at 2:00 PM  Admission: Please see website for details.  Phone: 520-293-4336 

BOOGIE WOOGIE FREE TOWN CONCERT SERIES IN ORO VALLEY April 10th The style began during the 1870s in the lumber and turpentine camps of Texas. As boogie woogie broke through blues and jazz standards for the next century, the music became a popular dancing beat with rapid piano playing and a strong bass line. The Oro Valley Concert Series will showcase this get-up-and-dance-the jitterbug music on Thursday, April 10 at 6 p.m. as Mr. Boogie Woogie himself takes the stage. Presented by Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance, the free show takes place at Oro Valley Marketplace, located at southwest corner of Oracle Road and Tangerine Road at Century Theatres Courtyard. Mr. Boogie Woogie - the fastest, flashiest, piano-thumping boogie man from the Netherlands guarantees a good time for audiences. Also known as Eric-Jan Overbeek, he began studying classical piano at the age 8.   During his 30-year career, he has opened the stage for international giants of blues like Matt “Guitar” Murphy, Johnny Copeland, Van

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April 5th – 26th at The Drawing Studio

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 5, 2014, 6-8 pm. Gallery Hours: 10 am. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 1-4 pm., Saturday; closed Friday and Sunday.


Tucson Museum of Art celebrates the artistry of Rose Cabat--an American studio ceramicist living in Tucson. Considered one of the most important ceramic artists of the Mid-century Modernist movement, Cabat is best known for her innovative glazes on small porcelain pots called “feelies” which she developed in the 1960s. Her organic forms often resemble the shape of onions and figs, and her glazes range from organic to jewel tones. This exhibition will be a survey of her different styles from the 1960s until the present to celebrate the year of her 100th birthday.


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While one mission of The Drawing Studio, a non-profit arts organization, is to teach the skills of visual literacy, another is to encourage and nurture artistic practice through exhibition. Exhibits, therefore, may encompass timely issues in the broad community as well as among artists. The “Love Your Mother (Earth)” exhibit intersects art and reality, a mission worthy of any arts organization. You will have the opportunity to add your voice—in the form of pledges, art statements, or photos—to the issue of the changing conditions on our earth when you attend the “Love Your Mother (Earth)” exhibit at The Drawing Studio.


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for good or ill. The “Love Your Mother (Earth)” exhibit at The Drawing Studio assembles artists’ responses to the changing conditions on our earth. Whether artists depict the effects of climate change, promote sustainability or conservation, each medium in the exhibit represents an impassioned interpretation and is sure to evoke a thoughtful reaction.


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COCKTAILS AND CLASSICS SET FOR APRIL 11 $10 off tickets with coupon code KOMEN. $40advance, $50 day of event (tickets include restaurant samplings, cocktails, runway show and goodie bag). For more information on this wonderful event, please visit www.saaca. org or call (520) 797-3959.

Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance, Tucson Mall and Susan G. Komen® Southern Arizona present a charity event with creative food, live music and classic fashion For the past three years, Tucson Mall Cocktails and Classics has brought the community together for a night of retro glamour and vintage lifestyle. This spring, the event will be dressed in pink in a compelling collaboration between the arts and breast cancer prevention on Friday, April 11 at 5:30 p.m. “Art, music, dance and culture uplift your spirits, sustaining hope,” said Connie Melton, executive director of Susan G. Komen® Southern Arizona,“which is especially important for those diagnosed with breast cancer struggling in a fight for their lives.” Cocktails and Classics will help raise money for Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and Susan G. Komen® Southern Arizona. The innovative partnership reveals the many ways the arts can help to build community and support organizations and businesses. The event features a live big band performance, swing dancing, creative cocktails and culinary treats from surrounding restaurants at Tucson Mall, 4500 N. Oracle Road. Local survivors, dressed in pink fashion from the

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Tucson Mall retailers, will proudly strut down the catwalk in a celebration of life. “This is an opportunity for survivors, their friends, family and the community to have a wonderful evening of joy,” Melton said, because going through breast cancer – where every day you’re fighting for your life and not knowing how it’s going to work out – is a tough battle. An elegant outdoor backdrop will set the scene for a night of glamorous fashions from the mall’s retailers and salons, taking place at the Tucson Mall fountain plaza by The Cheesecake Factory. Tickets for the show – $40 in advance and $50 day of event – include hors d’oeuvres and menu samplings, desserts, cocktails, runway show, live music and official event goodie bag filled with fashionable coupons, beauty samples and more. While the event helps raise funds for the Susan G. Komen® Southern Arizona grants, proceeds also help support therapeutic arts for veterans and arts education programs in local schools. “This event is joyous and fun,” Melton remarked, “and I know the community will enjoy participating and celebrating life.”

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McCall’s work includes hundreds of paintings as well as illustrations for NASA, numerous national magazines, and for such seminal films as Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Robert McCall’s Universe is part of the series, An Unfolding Legacy, a celebration of 90 years of art exhibits on the University campus. The Unfolding Legacy series began in November 2013 and will continue through March 2015. It showcases masterworks from its permanent collection in a series of 19 changing exhibitions and two ongoing exhibitions. The University of Arizona Museum of Art is located on the UA campus at the SE corner of Speedway and Park. Museum hours are: Tuesday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon to 4:00 p.m.; closed Mondays and University holidays. Admission is $5/adults; free for members; ages 18 & under; students, active military and UA employees with ID. Additional information: www. phone: 520621-7567

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! CONCERTS PRESENTED BY SOUTHERN ARIZONA ARTS AND CULTURAL ALLIANCE AND MAIN GATE SQUARE Free, evening jazz concerts at the Geronimo Plaza, beginning in April A jazz infusion has taken place each summer on University Boulevard for the past few years. This season stages the best pick of jazz performers in the region - from the Spanish guitar serenades of DeGrazia Band to the soulful vocals of Crystal Stark. “People

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come to Geronimo Plaza and discover Main Gate is a great place in a lively atmosphere,” said Jane McCollum, Main Gate Square general manager. Main Gate Square, between Park and Euclid Avenues on University Boulevard, features more than 20 retailers and 30 restaurants near the University of Arizona. Main Gate merchants validate parking for the Tyndall Garage Monday through Friday after 5 p.m. to midnight (all parking fees incurred prior to 5 p.m. are the customer’s responsibility).

May 2 Sylvan Street, jazz Sylvan Street is a group of seven accomplished musicians - a hip, urban sound taking listeners of all ages on an emotional ride through tribal funk grooves, bittersweet love ballads, jump swing and blues. “Here in America” and “The Perfect Leaf” CDs are available for purchase. Sylvan Street also hosts educational jazz clinics and master classes for high school and collegiate jazz programs nationwide.

LOCOMOTIVE SATURDAYS Saturdays Explore regional transportation history, and see a freight trains passing by, or ring the locomotive bell at the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum every Saturday, year round. Event Location: 414 N. Toole Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701  Venue: Historic Train Depot  Time: 10 am to 1 pm  Admission: Free  Phone: 520-623-2223  Every Saturday

SPECIAL EVENTS Tucson Mall Cocktails and Classics BALLET TUCSON II The Seasons, choreographed by Mary Beth Cabana Swan Lake, Act II, choreography by Chieko Imada (after Marius Petipa)

April 18 Crystal Stark, jazz vocals

May 17 - 7:00 pm

Crystal Rose Stark is an award-winning pop/R&B singer who brings a positive influence to today’s music scene. Based on her church-singing roots, she knew that she wanted to pursue a full-time career in music.   She made it to the top 44 contestants in American Idol out of the100,000 that tried out across the country. She sang back-up on tour with American Idol runner-up Katharine Mcphee on shows such as Jay Leno, Regis & Kelly and The Today Show. In the summer of 2006, Stark entered the gospel music competition, Music in the Rockies where she won first place Best of Show and was asked to perform at Disney World’s “Night of Joy” alongside Christian artists such as Kirk Franklin, Rebecca St. James and Mercy Me. Stark is currently performing around Tucson playing shows for the Tucson Jazz Society, Big Band Express, and wowing audiences with her jazz/ soul/R&B group “The Crystal Stark Quintet.”

May 18 - 2:00 pm Stevie Eller Dance Theatre Tickets: $25; available from Ballet Tucson, 520-903-1445 Ballet Tucson’s exceptional youth company presents its end-of-season concert.

GALLERY ROW ARTWALK Thursdays Browse the eclectic collection of fine art and enjoy wine tastings at the Gallery Row galleries at Skyline and Campbell on Thursdays, 5-7 p.m. Event Location: 3001 E. Skyline Drive, Tucson, AZ 85718  Venue: Gallery Row  Time: From: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM  Every Thursday

Friday, April 11th Vintage glamour defines classic, and one night will bring this style back to life through the sights, sounds and tastes of the past for a fashionable evening under the stars. Cocktails and Classics - a charity benefit inspired by the swing era of music and retro fashion, food and cocktails - features a red carpet runway and big band performance. When: Friday, April 11 at 5:30 p.m. Where: Tucson Mall, 4500 N. Oracle Road   Cost: $35 per person - includes appetizer samplings, cocktails, runway fashion show, live big band performance, dancing and goodie bag

CONCERTS Oro Valley Concert Series / Second Thursdays at 6pm Oro Valley and Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance have continued the town’s musical series into the New Year in response to the popularity of these community enriching concerts. Performances support local musicians in steel drums, folk and classic guitar,

When: Second Thursdays at 6 p.m. Where: Oro Valley Marketplace, southwest corner of Oracle Road and Tangerine Road Cost: Free

Friday Night Live at Main Gate Square / First and Third Fridays Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and Main Gate Square partner to present a series of free, evening concerts at the Geronimo Plaza featuring an array of musical genres. Presenting a mix of local talent, the concerts explore a variety of styles on first and third Fridays starting April 4, presented by Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance. Our courtyard is the perfect setting for concerts, said Jane McCollum, Main Gate Square general manager. “People come to Geronimo Plaza and discover Main Gate is a great place in a lively atmosphere.”  When: First and third Fridays at 7 p.m., starting April 4 Where: Geronimo Plaza at Main Gate Square, between Park Avenue and Euclid Avenue on University Boulevard  Cost: Free

GALLERIES The Gallery at Tanque Verde Dental

Skyline Gallery Skyline Country Club unveiled a new floor plan and gallery space in fall 2012, marking the completion of a three-month renovation. The main clubhouse is home to a new casual dining wing with award-winning cuisine and the exquisite gallery features rotating works from talented artists. April will mark the opening of the next exhibition, with a free reception offering hors d’oeuvres, wine and ambient musical performances throughout the evening. Where: Skyline Country Club, 5200 E. St. Andrews Drive Cost: Free

Ventana Gallery Ventana Medical Systems, Inc. created the gallery exhibition series years ago so the many nationally honored artists could present their pieces of art, while receiving much deserved local recognition and promoting the creation and enjoyment of community art. The series also gives amateur artists the opportunity to showcase their work among established artists. This joint dedication to local community has created the largest, free of charge, gallery in Southern Arizona which now provides a space for local artists to showcase their work.

A recently opened dental office has converted their walls to a rotating gallery to support local artists and offer a forum to sell and exhibit their works. The next installment in this innovative gallery at Tanque Verde Dental will show the works of talented featured artists. The April opening reception will offer complimentary wine and appetizers, ticket raffles for community arts events and exclusive discounts on dental treatments.  

Gallery hours: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on the first and third Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. To schedule an appointment, visitors should call the SAACA at (520) 797-3959. Advance notice of 48 hours is required.

Gallery hours: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  

For more information about programs and events produced by the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance, go to

Where: Tanque Verde Dental, 7225 N. Oracle Road


Latin and classic jazz, boogie woogie piano, blues, country and more.

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“HISTORY OF THE SOLDIER” th April 12 & 13th at Fort Verde State Historic Park

27: our guide is Choctaw Nation member and ethnobotanist Dave Morris, sharing his knowledge about edible and medicinal uses for prickly pear cactus fruits and other Sonoran Desert plants. ** Please note: this tour explores the Curandero Trail, which has steep sections that are not suitable for visitors who use wheelchairs or walkers.

April 12 – Homolovi State Park Hopi Pottery Talk

Fort Verde State Historic Park will hold its annual “History of the Soldier” event on Saturday, April 12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday, April 13 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event offers visitors a living history timeline of military and civilian encampments from the Revolutionary War to the present day. Activities will include flag raising and lowering ceremonies, artillery demonstrations, fashion show and dutch oven cooking demonstrations. The camps, cannon and soldiers will all be on the parade field for this annual event. The event is sponsored by “Hold the Fort”, a non-profit organization dedicated to keep Fort Verde State Historic Park open. Veterans from around the state are encouraged to attend this special event and come to Camp Verde for picnics and special gatherings at Fort Verde State Historic Park. For more information about “History of

the Soldier” contact the park at (928) 567-3275 or visit parks/FOVE. The park entrance fee is $5 per person for those aged 14 and up and $2 for children aged 7 to 13 (There is no charge for children 6 and younger). Arizona State Parks offers 50% off regular day-use entrance for active and retired military, Reserve and National Guard with proper identification. There is no charge for 100% disabled veterans who are residents of Arizona with proper identification. For information about the veteran program visit

11 am. Join Park Ranger and Hopi Potter Gwen Setalla for a discussion and demonstration of traditional Hopi pottery. She will explain how traditional pottery is made and talk about how to recognize authentic made pottery. This will be held at the park’s visitor center and will last approximately 1.5 hrs. Day use fee of $7 required. This Event is held every second Saturday of the month, except August. Repeats: May 10, June 14, July 12, Sept. 13, Oct. 11

April 12 – Oracle State Park Boulder Scramble Meet at the ranch house

at 8:30 am and join Naturalist volunteer, Rick Gagnon, for short hikes to explore up close some of the boulder piles along park trails. No reservation needed. Free with park admission.

Wildlife Painting at Oracle State Park 10 am - Noon. Meet on the upper patio of the Kannally Ranch House and join the fun! – bring your own art materials or use what is provided to explore your creativity and make your own painting. The session is open to all ages, and facilitated by Keefer Gagnon, 8th grade National Junior Honor Society student at Mountain Vista School in Oracle. Please call for a reservation.

Bi-National Landscape Restoration in the Sky Islands Noon in the living room of the Kannally Ranch House. Sky Island Alliance (SIA) is a conservation organization dedicated to the protection and restoration of the rich natural heritage of native species and habitats in the Sky Island region of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. A cornerstone of SIA’s conservation

successes lie in the onthe-ground work of the RESTORE Program, which works cooperatively with government agencies, private landowners, and a corps of capable volunteers on both sides of the US-MX international border to increase ecosystem resilience to the stresses of land management and climate change. Join Carianne Campbell, the RESTORE Program Manager, for a virtual tour of where they have been working and upcoming projects. Free with park admission. Please call for a reservation. April 12 – Tubac Presidio State Historic Park

Lively Latino Multi-Media Music Event 2 pm. Join three highly regarded presenters, Blyth and Russ Carpenter and Zandra Pardi, for a lively afternoon of Mexican music in our 1885 school house. We will explore the genres of Bolero and Son Jarocho. Through a combination of video, audio, live commentary, and live performance, you will encounter a surprising range of Mexican music, from the urbane melodies of Bolero to the breathtaking virtuosity of Son Jarocho. This enchanting music

will be woven into the artistic and social history of Mexico and show how cross-border influences have made the music more durable and enchanting than ever. $5 adult, $2 youth 7-13, children free. Donation jars will benefit the Border Community Alliance.

April 13 – Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park Guided Bird Walk with Anne Leight 8:30 am. See winter migrant birds and local residents on a walk guided by Anne Leight (she also volunteers as a bird-banding researcher at The Nature Conservancy’s Hassayampa River preserve). Walks included with $10 daily admission. Walks continue April 19, 27.

Wildflower Walk Guided By Cass Blodgett 10 am. See, photograph and learn to ID wildflowers on a Sunday walk guided by by Cass Blodgett, copresident of the Arizona Native Plants Society’s Phoenix Chapter.

Fort Verde State Historic Park is located in downtown Camp Verde, Arizona. From Phoenix: I-17 to Exit 287; turn right onto Hwy 260 (east). Turn left on Finnie Flat Rd, left on Hollamon St. for one block, park entry is on the right side of the street. For more information, please visit www.

KICK OFF THE MONTH OF APRIL WITH THE BEAUTY AND ADVENTURE OF AZ STATE PARKS April 11 – Tubac Presidio State Historic Park Living History: Medicine of the Spanish Colonial Period 11 am - 2 pm. When the Spanish soldiers and their families settled Tubac in 1752, there was no doctor or surgeon among them. It was the responsibility of the women to treat their family’s physical complaints and wounds. Medicine was basic and dependent on herbs and plants known for their healing properties. This living history program features a display of medicinal herbs and

plants, and knowledgeable commentary by an herbalist who will tell visitors how these plants were used by “curanderas” (healers) to treat illness and injuries. $5 adult, $2 youth 7-13, children free.

April 12 – Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park

first of our Spring-Summer weekend guided outings for kids -- and for adults, for all who enjoy Arizona’s most common, colorful and charismatic little reptiles. Learn more and connect with Wild Man Phil on Facebook. Lizard walks are typically on the Second Saturday of each month from April-throughSeptember.

Learn Your Lizards Guided Walk with ‘Wild Man Phil’

Saturday Wildflower Walk

9 am. Casa Grande naturalist 10 am. See, photograph and learn to ID wildflowers and outdoor educator ‘Wild on a Saturday walk guided Man Phil’ Rakoci leads the by Pat Pingel, or Sunday

walks with Cass Blodgett of the Arizona Native Plants Society’s Phoenix Chapter.

Edible & Medicinal Desert Plants Walk Guided By Jean Groen 1:30 pm. Explore the Curandero Trail on this guided tour offered twice each month, a one-hour walk where expert guides share their knowledge about the ways native plants have fed, healed and clothed Sonoran desert peoples for more than one thousand years. April

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April is National Bicycle Month Tucson is named by many publications and enthusiasts to be one of the best cities in the USA for inner city bike riding and April is a celebration of all of those who ride and all of those who make riding better and safer on the streets. Whether your bike is your main source of transportation, a fun but once-in-a-while activity or it is a neglected dust collector with two flat tires in the garage or backyard, Tucsonans must know it is bike month. For the former group of people you get a lot of special deals, freebies and discounts all over Tucson when you show your bike helmet at participating locations in April, look them up at

the-pueblo/and don’t miss the chance to save a few bucks. For the latter group, dust off your sad lonely bicycle and put in some new tubes because there is not a better time of year to ride than April. The sun is warm on your skin and the air is cool as it brushes by your face on the streets of Old Pueblo. There are also contests to ‘Pimp your ride’ and get commuting on two wheels instead of four. There are bicycle events all month long in Tucson so check out for dates and events near you. I pedaled the Aviation-Barraza bike way to get to the Tucson Hullabaloo on Saturday and it was such a fun ride and not to mention a great event to take part in (for pictures check out Celesteal Photography on Facebook)! Through tunnels and over bridges, where we were blocked off from the highway, it was a quaint little trail that was an awesome way to get to down town. There are many great paths all over Tucson to get you anywhere you wish, check out the bike maps at http://www. to plan your trips and you can download a free app like Strava to map your ride and just see how many miles you have completed. Biking is challenging, rewarding, healthy and fun and as always, the hardest part is getting started. Get outside and start moving on two wheels Tucson, what are you waiting for?


Take a Stroll with Niccole:

Check out and like my Facebook page for hikes and bikes all around town “Take a Stroll with Niccole” or for questions /comments you can email me at takleastrollwithniccole@gmail. com.

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REVIEWERS ROUNDTABLE The following are reactions from each of AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine’s film commentators in an effort to generate a wellrounded overview of this weekend’s new releases.




Stan Robinson’s reviews reflect the insights of an insider. With over 20 years of film and television production experience, Stan uses his behind-thescenes expertise to survey a film’s technical attributes and considers the challenges that had to be overcome in order to cinematically present a story. E-mail him at






Randy Montgomery’s reactions reveal the emotional intuition of an average moviegoer. With a master’s degree in counseling and education, Randy grounds his opinions in a unique combination of both a movie’s surface entertainment value and its ability to affect him on an even deeper level. E-mail him at


Joseph J. Airdo’s remarks represent the analytical perspective. A producer of, and film columnist for, “Breakthrough Entertainment,” a talk radio show airing 9 a.m. to Noon Saturdays on KPHX 1480 AM that shines a spotlight on the practical perspectives of the topics and themes explored in movies. E-mail him at joseph.

Herb Stratford’s perspective on film is story first. Herb watches thousands of films a year as he programs the Napa Valley film fest in Napa, CA. Catch Herb on KVOI 1030 AM’s ‘Wake Up Tucson’ radio show every Friday morning at 7:30am, KVOA-TV (NBC), and KMSB-TV (Fox) every Thursday. Email him at Herb@

By Randy Montgomery

‘The Raid 2’

‘The Unknown Known’

Only a short time after the first raid, Rama goes undercover with the thugs of Jakarta and plans to bring down the syndicate and uncover the corruption within his police force. (R 150 minutes)

Former United States Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, discusses his career in Washington D.C. from his days as a congressman in the early 1960s to planning the invasion of Iraq in 2003. (PG-13 – 103 minutes)

Stan: Officially called ‘a European ‘B’ action thriller’ while taking the viewer on a non-stop ride as the story continues from the first installment, the breathtaking martial arts sequences have a stylized life of their own as the depth of the theme signals the point of no return for the undercover operative. Writer/ director Gareth Evans, at the helm of both films, has firm vision for the next installment. Herb: After seeing the film at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, I dubbed this the best sequel since the Godfather Part 2. An excellent, unmatched action saga, the story of an undercover cop on the inside of an Indonesian crime family, is wall to wall fights like you’ve never seen before. A new standard has been set, and for fans of the genre, this is a must see.

Stan: ‘The Unknown Known’ is an exceptionally insightful documentary as it presents a historical inside view of political persons most of us ‘know’ only through news soundbites and press conferences.Specifically intriguing is the examination of the phrase ‘The Unknown Known’ is intellectual stimulation at its finest as applied to the historical mindset of events as perceived by those entrusted to make decisions. Herb: In a word, mesmerizing. This brilliant Errol Morris documentary examines the career of politician Donald Rumsfeld from the 1960’s to 2003. Like the equally excellent documentary, The World According to Dick Cheney, this film takes an inside look at the politicians who shaped our country during the past four decades. A fascinating documentary not to be missed.

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ ~ While I am starting to tire of Super Hero sequels, Marvel has done an outstanding job with this action-paced installment. Grade: B+ ‘Cesar Chavez’ ~ A worthwhile effort and fine performance by Michael Pena, but as a biopic, it follows an all too familiar format. Grade: C ‘Ernest and Celestine’ ~ Worthy of its Oscar nomination, the traditional animation is a welcome reprieve from CGI. The story is sweet natured and the characters likeable. Grade: A ‘Frankie and Alice’ ~ A 2010 awards consideration contender finally hits theaters. Berry’s mediocre performance is the only reason for re-release. Grade: C‘Muppets Most Wanted’ ~ Ingeniously funny. Pokes fun at itself and other films, while delivering creative musical numbers that should please any audience. Grade: A ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ ~ The dry-off beat humor really worked with the story. The set-direction and cinematography added to the mix. Swinton’s make-up is enough reason to see this one. Grade: B+

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By Stan Robinson Chris Evans reprises his role as a super-powered American soldier struggles to find his place in a modern world after being frozen in ice since WWII while battling a new threat from old history - the Soviet agent known as the Winter Soldier. (PG13 - 136 minutes) A primary challenge of bringing a story to the screen is making the unbelievable, believable. The right combination of ‘practical stunts’ (stunts performed by the stunt team) and character generated images (CGI) along with ‘Green screen’ technology. When the sum of these parts comes together seamlessly, we have a very thrilling sequence on screen!

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Behind-the-Scenes – ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

“Skyfall” (2012): Fiennes becomes part of the James Bond canon as a Secret Service official who questions M’s (Judi Dench) effectiveness.

“Coriolanus” (2011): Also impressive as the director here, Fiennes is excellent as Shakespeare’s revenge-fueled outcast from Rome.

“The Reader” (2008): Fiennes shares – with younger co-star David Kross – the role of a law student linked to a femme fatale (Kate Winslet). “The Hurt Locker” (2008): In the intense, Oscar-winning best picture of its year, Fiennes plays a leader of a bomb disposal unit in Iraq.

“Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” (2005): The evil Lord Voldemort is such a pivotal figure, anyone playing him had better make an impact immediately – and Fiennes does.

“The Constant Gardener” (2005): Fiennes excels as a British official out to crack the conspiracy behind his wife’s (Rachel Weisz) murder.

“The End of the Affair” (1999): Fiennes and Julianne Moore are memorable as the partners in an illicit romance in Graham Greene’s story.

“The English Patient” (1996): In the Oscar-winning best picture of its year, Fiennes spends part of his role heavily bandaged, playing a plane crash survivor whose past is revealed. “Quiz Show” (1994): Under Robert Redford’s direction, Fiennes is superb in depicting the moral crisis faced by “Twenty-One” contestant Charles Van Doren in getting the answers before the televised game is played.

“Schindler’s List” (1993): Steven Spielberg put Fiennes on the map by casting him as a cunning Nazi officer who negotiates with the title war profiteer (Liam Neeson) for Polish Jews’ lives.

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One Direction fans. The reason I answer like that – I don’t really have an answer for the animal world. Humans are very unpredictable and tell you they are OK when they are not. There is no animal in the world that I would not want to have a close interaction with. People seem to be the most scared of snakes, spiders and sharks. There is not one I would not get as close to, but I would not want to be in a small, padded room with nine One Direction fans. They are so shrill, and you cannot tell them anything. •What is the most danger you have been in? In terms of an animal, the elephant moment (one charged the crew and rangers) was an eye-opener for all of us because you have to be aware that they are always wild, and you have to be respectful. Next time that happens, we cannot think about the show but about our personal safety. •Does a voice inside your head ever kick in and say, “Hey, I better move back”?

I never get “I don’t belong here.” I do listen to that voice very carefully all the time. It is the natural world, and I think we belong there much more than we belong in a metropolis and concrete flats. That is where we should be. What the voice tells me is: “Be careful! It is going to bite.”


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Just like Sudoku but with letters of a word or phrase instead of numbers Letters to be used in this puzzle:



(Unscrambling the letters to fill in the top row makes solving easier) HINT – Movie Starring actor featured in this week’s Crossword Puzzle


Well you only need the (1) when it's burning low. Only miss the sun when it starts to (2). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. Only know you've been (4) when you're feeling low. Only (5) the road when you're missing (6). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. And you let her go Staring at the (7) of your (8). Hoping one day you'll make a (9) last. But dreams come slow and they go so (10). You see her when you (11) your eyes. Maybe one day you'll (12) why. Everything you (13) surely dies. But you only need the (1) when it's burning low. Only miss the sun when it starts to (2). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. Only know you've been (4) when you're feeling low. Only (5) the road when you're missing (6). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. Staring at the (14) in the (15). Same old (16) feeling in your (17). 'Cause (3) comes slow and it goes so (10). Well you see her when you fall (18). But never to (13) and never to (19). 'Cause you (3)d her too much and you (20) too deep. Well you only need the (1) when it's burning low. Only miss the sun when it starts to (2). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. Only know you've been (4) when you're feeling low. Only (5) the road when you're missing (6). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. And you let her go (oh, oh, ooh, oh no). And you let her go (oh, oh, ooh, oh no) Cause you only need the (1) when it's burning low. Only miss the sun when it starts to (2). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. Only know you've been (4) when you're feeling low. Only (5) the road when you're missing (6). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. Cause you only need the (1) when it's burning low. Only miss the sun when it starts to (2). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. Only know you've been (4) when you're feeling low. Only (5) the road when you're missing (6). Only know you (3) her when you let her go. And you let her go

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1. 1992 comedy with featured actor who also starred in 10, 20, 43, and 51 across and 10 and 13 down 10. “Bringing ___ the House” 11. “Cheers” setting 12. “___ to Eden” 14. Folk singer Burl 15. “Peggy ___ Got Married” 16. Green or Rogen 17. Made tracks 18. “Drag Me to ___” 19. “___ Tissue” Red Hot Chili Peppers hit 20. “Dead ___ Don’t Wear Plaid” 21. APB letters 23. Streisand title role 26. “___ Tree Hill” 27. “The Waste Land” monogram 29. “The Bucket List” director 31. Actress Fanning 33. Have a tab 34. Long or Peeples 35. Actor Channing 36. Award for Sgt. York 37. “You’ve Got mail” co. 38. “The League” character 41. Actor Rickman 43. “The ___ Year” 45. Actor McGregor 46. Notes after dos 47. NBC host 48. Norse goddess of fate 49. 502, in Rome 50. Tolkien creatures 51. 1992 comedy with Debra Winger and featured actor

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Tucson Craft Beer Destinations Our recommendations for “Tops in Hops!” 1702 1702 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 325-1702 Why to Try? About 50 beers on tap, both imported and domestic and many more by the bottle. They rotate the list frequently so lots to try at all times. If you fancy a pizza and some great craft brews, try this place. Auld Dubliner 800 E. University (520) 206-0323 Why to Try? More than a wee selection of great craft, Irish and other beers here. Pair up with a boxty in a traditional Irish bar with great music in the center of the University mecca of fun bars and restaurants. B Line 621 N. 4th Avenue (520) 882-7575 Why to Try? Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner AND craft beer! A great 4th Avenue place that you must try for local food and fun. Barrio Brewing Company 800 E. 16th St. (520) 791-2739 Why to Try? Excellent local brew pub with 12 of their own on tap. Rustic warehouse décor. Great food. Borderlands Brewing Company 119 E. Toole Ave (520) 261-8773 Why to Try? Excellent local brewery (not brew pub or restaurant) featuring locally brewed, southwestern style beers with natural ingredients. Tap room open from 4pm to 8pm Wed-Sat. Live music 2-3 days a week too! Canyon’s Crown Restaurant & Pub 6958 E. Tanque Verde (520) 885-8277 Why to Try? British Style destination 20 crafts on draft plus about 45+ bottles of beer. Full menu too, both British and American grill. Dragoon Brewing Company 1859 W. Grant Road (520) 329-3606 Why to Try? Excellent local brewery with tap room service for drinking their 7 brews. Food trucks frequently on site or you can bring your own munchies. Not a late-night place as they close early (8pm). Open Thurs, Fri, Sat. Elliott’s on Congress 135 E. Congress St. (520) 622-5500 Why to Try? Great downtown gathering place. Infused Vodkas and nearly 30 beers by the bottle. Great full menu and live entertainment on some nights.

Fox & Hound 7625 N. LaCholla Blvd. (520) 575-1980 Why to Try? Over 100 beers available and 36 on tap! If you are looking for a truly gorgeous sports bar, with a full menu, billiards and lots of TVs…this is a great place to try. Frog & Firkin 874 E. University Blvd. (520) 623-7507 Why to Try? 50 bottled beers and 25 more on tap. Near UofA if you’re looking to party with the college crowd. Live entertainment. Full menue with pizza and sandwiches. Gentle Ben’s Brewery 865 E. University Blvd. (520) 624-4177 Why to Try? Excellent local brew pub with 12 of their own creations on tap. Hotel Congress 311 E. Congress St. (520) 622-8848 Why to Try? Historic, urban, Rockn-Roller downtown local hot spot. Live music, dining, multiple bars. Good craft selection with over 30 on tap. Wine and cocktails as well. A local favorite destination and hangout. 40 vintage boutique hotel rooms upstairs! HUB Restaurant & Creamery 266 E. Congress St. (520) 207-8201 Why to Try? Great selection of about 20 crafts on tap. Wine and cocktails as well. and ice cream shop built-in. Full menu. Kid friendly during days and DJ scene at night. Cool! La Cocina 201 N. Court Ave (520) 365-3053 Why to Try? Amazing tree-lit courtyard with live music at night. Rustic, local feel with rotating local craft beers, wine, full bar and great eats. Menu includes apps, salads, tacos and sandwiches. Maynard’s 400 N. Toole Ave (520) 545-0577 Why to Try? Gorgeous and hip, upscale bar and marketplace with excellent Zagat-Rated dining across from Hotel Congress. Watch the trains go by from this wonderfully converted train station. Full bar & wine list with craft beer selection. Monterey Court 505 W. Miracle Mile (520) 207-2429 This hidden gem is a remarkably innovative venue that hosts fun

beer tastings every Friday 5-7 pm with AZ microbreweries, and offers 8 craft brews on tap and a constantly rotating stock of great craft beers. Upscale cafe with delicious food, full bar, signature cocktails and select wines is onsite plus free live music 6 nights a week. Upcoming performances are listed on the website at www. Mr Heads 513 N. 4th Ave (520) 792-2710 Why to Try? Great local drinkin’ hole with 20 brews on tap and over 100 beers total, plus a wide selection of other liquors. Artsy crowd, eclectic décor makes this a 4th Avenue destination and popular place to soak your, uh…head.

Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink 101 E. Pennington St. (520) 882-5550 Why to Try? Great Pizza and 20 craft beers on tap. Full bar and wine selection as well. RJ’s Replays 5769 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 495-5136 Why to Try? Cool computerized beer ordering from your table complete with beer info and descriptions. Tons of selection and great sports bar atmosphere! One of the largest selections of craft on tap and in bottles in Tucson. Full menu too. Live music. Sir Veza’s 4699 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 323-8226

No Anchovies 870 E. University Blvd (520) 623-3333 Why to Try? Nothin’ fancy. Just great pizza and about 20 craft beers. Great college hangout in the heart of the action on University.

220 W. Wetmore (520) 888-8226

Noble Hops 1335 W. Lambert Lane (520) 797-4677 Why to Try? OK, 28 beers on tap and 175 beers from around the world plus a full bar and wine. You can drink here. Huge menu as well of upscale eats. Not barfood.

Sky Bar 536 N. 4th Ave (520) 622-4300 Sky bar is a 100% solar powered cafe by day and astronomy themed bar by night with nightly viewing of the cosmos through our telescopes on the patio. Featuring 20 draft beers, award winning cocktails, espresso, and tea. When you need a place to imbibe, Sky bar is the place to indulge. Come down and drink in the stars.

Old Chicago 2960 N. Campbell Ave (520) 327-6200 Why to Try? 20+ taps and 110 beers from around the globe! Full menu with pizzas and pastas, cocktail bar, wines and “Beer Tour” club with bragging rights (and maybe rehab) if you complete the 110 beer tour. O’Malley’s on Fourth 247 N. 4th Ave (520) 623-8600 Why to Try? 16 beers on tap and more in bottles. Irish bar theme. St. Patrick’s stronghold location. Plaza Liquors 2642 N. Campbell Ave (520) 327-0452 A craft beer wonderland for packaged goods. If you like trying new beers, hard to get beers, seasonals, or exotic bombers, you should put Plaza Liquors on your list of great craft beer retailers. The store is not huge but the selection is. You can also mix and match your own six pack, which is really great. The staff is extremely knowledgeable and happy to help novice beer buyers find the tastes they like.

Why to Try? Great cantina style Mexican cuisine and about 20 craft beers on tap. Dozens more in bottles. Huge southwestern menu too. Ole’!

Tap & Bottle 403 N. 6th Ave (520) 344-8999 An all-around local favorite with TONS of selection for beer on tap and by the bottle. Check out their online calendar for special events such as DJ nights, educational sessions, food truck visitations and tap takeovers. Over 20 brands on tap and the selection changes constantly. Huge selection of beer by the bottle served ice cold from the cooler too. Great place to find craft beers you would not find in most places. The Parish 6453 N. Oracle Road (520) 797-1233 Why to Try? A nice gastropub in the north part of town with a nice brew selection of over 20 beers not so common. Live entertainment on the weekends. Full bar.

The Shanty 401 E. 9th St. (520) 623-2664 Why to Try? Over 120 beers! Great Euro-import selection! In business since 1937! You’ll love the patio atmosphere! Thunder Canyon Brewery 7401 N. La Cholla Blvd. (520) 797-2652 Why to Try? One of two locations. Excellent local brewpub with 12 of their own beers on tap including cask conditioned and barrel aged beers. Growlers and kegs are available as well. Full delicious menu too. Thunder Canyon Brewery 220 E. Broadway Blvd. (520) 396-3480 Why to Try? Their newest of two locations. Huge old warehouse in the heart of downtown with great food and 40 craft beers on tap. Full menu and bar. Time Market 444 E. University Blvd. (520) 622-0761 Why to Try? This is a local grocery market with a cool local eats like wood-fired pizza, local baked goods, sandwiches, built-in and popular meeting place. 6 taps for on-site drinking but they stock over 150 brews by the bottle (retail) on hand! Trident Grill 2033 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 795-5755 Why to Try? 24 brews on tap. Full menu. If you are an active or ex Navy Seal, you already understand the Trident insignia. If not, go there and experience! Union Public House 4340 N. Campbell Ave (520) 329-8575 Why to Try? If you enjoy drinking craft beer in style, this is a good bet. Over 30 crafts on tap and a huge selection of bottled beer plus wine and full bar with signature cocktails. Upscale casual dining with great menu. Zona 78 7301 E. Tanque Verde Rd. (520) 296-7878 78 W. River Rd. (520) 888-7878 A pair of great, full-service restaurants with artisan pizza, Italian specialties and a nice craft beer selection. Voted Tucson’s Best Casual Dining Restaurant. Zona features a nice selection of popular and locally-brewed brands such as Borderlands and Dragoon.

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(520) 622-5500, 135 E. Congress St. Mondays 8pm-11pm Jazz Guild of Tucson Thursdays 8pm-10pm Tommy Tucker

Borderlands Brewing Co. (520) 261-8773, 119. E. Toole Ave. Thu Apr 10 Chris Jamison (Verde Valley, AZ) Fri Apr 11 Andrew Collberg Sat Apr 12 Tortolita Gutpluckers Thu Apr 17 Blake Coughenour

Chicago Bar (520) 748-8169, 5954 E. Speedway Blvd.: Wed Apr 9 Bad News Blues Band Thu Apr 10 Neon Prophet Fri Apr 11 AmoSphere Sat Apr 12 Neon Prophet Sun Apr 13 Reggae Sundays Mon Apr 14 The Ronstadts

Club Congress (520) 622-8848, 311 E. Congress St.: Fri Apr 11 El Tambo: Cumbia Dance Party ft. La Misa Negra Sat Apr 12 Dick Dale w/ Justin Valdez y Los Guapos & Boogie Wed Apr 16 Joe Ely w/ David Ramirez

The Rock (520) 629-9211, 136 N. Park Ave.: Fri Apr 11 Redlight King Sun April 13 Wrath of Vesuvius, Fall City Fall Mon Apr 14 Crown The Empire

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Tucson Jazz Society (520) 903-1265 / 2777 N. Campbell Ave. Suite #206 Fri Apr 11 Sly Slipetsky @ McMahon’s Sat Apr 12 Jeff Lewis Quartet at Cushing St.

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