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Tue 19

Post-Modern Dialogue

January 8 @ 11:00 am - February 23 @ 5:00 pm
Tue 19

Dunbar School Exhibit

February 1 - February 28
Tue 19

Ted Fleming: Artwork on Display

February 1 - February 28
Tue 19

Lisa Hastreiter-Lamb: Artwork on Display

February 1 - February 28
Tue 19

Kaelen Harwell Organic Day Spa

February 1 @ 8:00 am - February 28 @ 5:00 pm
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Pedro The Lion @ 191 Toole

February 12 @ 8:00 am - February 25 @ 11:30 pm




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Old Pueblo Poems, Literary Contest Now Open

February 5, 2019

  February 5, 2019, Downtown Tucson, AZ – Calling all creatives, writers, and aspiring poets from the Old Pueblo and beyond! The Downtown Tucson Partnership together with the University of Arizona Poetry Center are proud to announce the 1st annual Old Pueblo Poems literary competition. Twenty winning haiku poems will be chosen to be featured […]

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Downtown advocates to help homeless find jobs and housing

December 5, 2018

  Downtown advocates to help homeless find jobs and housing Savanah Modesitt, Special to Tucson Local Media Caroline Shive has experienced homelessness herself, so she had a special passion for helping other people living on the streets find shelter. As Old Pueblo Community Services’ community engagement specialist, Shive’s helped 84 homeless individuals find homes. She […]

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Fill the Streetcar December 14th

December 4, 2018

    Fill the Streetcar The Regional Transportation Authority – Ramon Gonzales was a retired sheet metal worker in 1970 when he used $125 of his own money to buy presents and host a Christmas Eve party for the children in his neighborhood. For some of the children, it would be the only gift they […]

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BENNUVAL! Celebrates the Spirit of Human Curiosity

November 29, 2018

  Eric Swedlund, UA College of Humanities – Nov. 14, 2018   As OSIRIS-REx approaches the asteroid Bennu, a family-friendly variety show explores how space unites science and the humanities. The night sky has always captivated humankind. To ancient peoples, celestial bodies were the gods and goddesses, and their movements became the myths that told […]

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In The News

February 16, 2019: This Is Tucson

Your haiku can become public art on Congress Street

February 15, 2019: Inside Tucson Business

West Side Story

February 13, 2019: Tucson Local Media

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