Just because venues are closed doesn’t mean live shows aren’t taking place, and The Gaslight Music Hall in Oro Valley is on a tear this summer, hosting several concerts a week in its parking lot.

This week’s shows, featuring Mr. Boogie Woogie Trio and The Tributaries, are already sold out, so the Gaslight is already selling tickets to the next round of concerts: The Rillito River Band and the George Howard Motown & Soul Band.
“We at the Gaslight Music Hall are overwhelmed and delighted at the amazing response to our new outdoor drive-in concert series,” said Gaslight General Manager…Continue Reading

If you have a child at home who is waiting to break out of isolation and have a little fun this summer, look no further than the Tucson Museum of Art’s art camp—registration for which is now open. The camp is designed for young artists aged 5 to 13 and is inspired by the permanent collections and exhibitions located at the museum. While at camp, children will “discover new places and diverse cultures through visits to the galleries and historic buildings, express their creativity and produce original works of art,” according to the museum. Activities include painting,…Continue Reading

Despite news of a filing for bankruptcy protection and a national pandemic, JCPenney will reopen its Tucson store Wednesday, May 20, the company announced Monday. “We are thrilled to welcome our associates and customers back to JCPenney in Tucson, and our top priority remains on the health and safety of our associates, customers, and communities,” said Jim DePaul, executive vice president of stores at JCPenney, in the statement announcing the reopening. “We want to ensure everyone is safe and feels comfortable as we continue to provide an engaging shopping experience.” The location located at the Tucson Spectrum…Continue Reading

Fast-Med Urgent Care has announced that the healthcare centers have two locations open for COVID-19 testing in Tucson.

The locations are 2510 E. Broadway Blvd. and 1895 W. Valencia Road, suite 101. Both of these locations will now be able to test you if you suspect you have COVID-19. They do ask that you follow CDC guidelines regarding social distancing and cleanliness, which you can find on their website, which also includes a COVID-19 Self Assessment, to see if you may have the symptoms before you come in to get tested.… …Continue Reading

The Pima County Board of Supervisors adopted a set of temporary regulations to help restaurant owners expand their outside dining area while under new indoor occupancy restrictions during Wednesday’s emergency meeting. The county’s new temporary regulations allow restaurants in the unincorporated areas “to use outdoor spaces for additional customer service, including the use of portions of parking lots, sidewalks, and vacant lots,” according to the county’s press release.… …Continue Reading

“Woman-Ochre” won’t be coming back to Tucson any time soon. “Woman-Ochre” won’t be coming back to Tucson any time soon. The famed painting by Willem de Kooning was returned to the University of Arizona Museum of Art in the summer of 2017.… …Continue Reading

Tucson, AZ, April 01, 2020 –(PR.com)– Heroes of Hearing, is excited to announce the opening of a new office in Tucson, AZ. The new location will be open for business on April 1, 2019 (no joke) and will offer customers the same great service they have come to expect from Heroes of Hearing. “We are […]Continue Reading

The City of Tucson is filled with diversity and culture.  With a warm and dry climate it’s no wonder many choose to move or retire here.  There are several housing options, however if you choose to build your Arizona dream home, here are the top 10 homebuilders in Tucson, according to Yelp.com.   1.  Sombra […]
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When moving to a new city, renting first will give you the option of finding the perfect Arizona home.  Below are the top 10 apartment communities in Tucson according to Yelp.com Linden Terrace (Northwest Tucson) – (520) 261-1632 The Academy Lofts (Barrio Viejo) – (520) 797-6700 Sun River Apartment Homes  (Central Tucson) -(520) 887-8755 Cimarron […]
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Arizona has a wealth of higher education resources that provide plenty of opportunity – whether you’re looking for continuing education, customized training, a four-year or graduate degree program, or a technical school to learn valuable job skills. Phoenix is also known for its higher education opportunities. Area colleges and universities include the  Arizona State   University   […]
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TUCSON – Diverse Natural Beauty Nestled just 60 miles north of the U.S.  /  Mexico  border, Tucson  is  a  rich  mix  of  Native  American,  Spanish and Mexican cultures. Its name comes from the Pima Indian word “schook-sun,” which means a “spring at the foot of a black mountain,” a nod to the area’s mountainous terrain and desert […]
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A four year college is not for everyone and for those moving to Tucson, you will have several choices to further your career.  Below are the top trade and technical schools in Tucson. New Horizons Learning Group – 520.290.5600 Pima County JTED – 520.352.5833 American Infrared Consultants – 520.325-3777 Carrington College – 520.656-5162 Cortiva Institute […]
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Finding a new doctor when you move to a new city can be stressful.  Below is a list of the top doctors in Tucson according to Yelp.com. Lora Primary Care (Internal Medicine/Family Practice) 520.468.4801 Alan Chapeskie, MD (Family Practice) 520.547.2311 Mark Maxwell, MD (Family Practice) 520.323.3130 Renee Gallo, MD (Family Practice) 520.547.4678 Wilmot Primary Care […]
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Located in Pima County, Arizona, Tucson is home to the University of Arizona and is the 33rd largest city in the US.  With a population of 985,000 in 2018, Tucson is the second largest city in Arizona.  Due to the climate, Tucson has a unique temporary seasonal population.  “Snowbirds” will live in Tucson for 4-5 […]
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The average cost of independent living in Tucson is $2,138 per month compared nationally at $2,508.  Choosing to retire in Arizona will provide a quality of life second to none.  Below is a list of a few of the Independent Living Communities in Tucson. Atria Bell Court 6653 East Carondelet Drive Tucson, AZ 85710 Fellowship […]
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