The Fox! A Historical Perspective

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The Fox Theatre is one of the cornerstones of Tucson’s downtown, the Historic Rialto and the Hotel Congress being two important others. Through the valiant efforts of some foresighted people, these historical treasures were saved for future generations. The Fox Theatre, a non profit venture, hosts music, movies, comedy and other … Continue reading

Tucson’s Historic Rialto Theatre: Old meets Young

Rialto Theatre 1925

Tucson’s Historic Rialto Theatre and its sister, the Fox Theatre at the other end of Downtown’s Entertainment District, are Tucson gems. We are delighted that caring people with civic foresight were able to save and restore these two historic entertainment venues. Let us not forget the third one. The venerable Temple … Continue reading

Helping You Find an Event in Tucson and Southern Arizona!

Mini Time Museum of Miniatures As the summer winds down and the University students come back to Tucson, there are an abundant number of events taking place in Tucson and within an hour or two drive, no matter where in Southern Arizona you live. We could not possibly announce all there is to do in Tucson in any … Continue reading

Murder At The Magic Show: A Dinner Theater Review

Murder At The Magic Show Dinner Theater

Ms. Karen & I venture out at night very rarely … considering our typical day starts at 3AM; 4AM at the latest. So, by 5PM, we’ve put in a good 13-14-hour day. Somehow I was under the misconception that retirement meant a life of leisure. Can’t say exactly what happened … Continue reading

Tucson’s Vintage Neon Signs: Part I

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02/26/2016. Dedicated Tucsonans interested in preserving our city’s history have, over the past 7 or 8 years, saved quite a few of the old neon signs that once so brightly lit the main thoroughfares through the Old Pueblo. When Ms. Karen & I moved to Tucson 13 years ago, we … Continue reading

Southern Arizona Guide’s Tombstone At Twilight Tour

Allen Street Tombstone Arizona At Night

This is Southern Arizona Guide’s Tombstone At Twilight Tour. I’m Jim Gressinger, travel writer, photographer, and publisher of Southern Arizona Guide. Please join me for an Old West evening like no other. Tombstone, Arizona after sundown is a very different place than Tombstone by daylight. The shops along historic Allen … Continue reading

Dia de Los Muertos in Sonora Mexico

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This weekend in Tucson, we will celebrate Dia de los Muertos with the increasingly popular All Souls Procession. This is a festive event, Tucson style honoring those that have gone before us. Please watch this video, demonstrating how the Dia de los Muertos event is celebrated in the rural areas … Continue reading