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Arizona Restaurant Week Comes to Tucson

It’s no secret to locals that Tucson is full of fabulous places to grab a bite to eat; and now, you have an opportunity to taste some of Tucson’s finest fare for a discounted price during Arizona Restaurant Week. Last year marked the first ever Arizona Restaurant Week, but the deals were only offered in the Phoenix area. Due to the great success of the 2008 event series, Arizona Restaurant Week has extended their deals to Tucson. But hurry up! The week of wining and dining is now...


Arizona Theatre Co. Premiers with The Kite Runner

With the arrival of fall comes the revival of the city—it seems that after a long and hot, lazy summer, Tucson is once again booming with parties and events, back-to-school college kids, and plenty of tourists not yet ready to brave the already-chilly weather in their home town. One of the more entertaining ways to spend an autumn evening is at the theater, and back in full swing is the Arizona Theatre Company’s fall schedule, with The Kite Runner making its debut as the company’s first fall show.



First Tucson Flamenco Festival

This weekend will mark the start of what hopes to be a new and distinguished Tucsonan festival as Spanish dancers dressed in their authentic red ruffled dresses perform the passionate Andalusian dance known as flamenco.

flamenco dancing


The Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain

Roll out the red carpet this fall for the Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain, a world-class, 250-room resort that has been dubbed the largest and most comprehensive Ritz-Carlton project in the nation by the New York Times. Once complete, the 850-acre master-planned community will be the ultimate in vacationing and luxury living overlooking the picturesque Tortilla Mountains in Tucson. Enveloping the emerald green grasses are the resort, residences, a world-class spa, a championship golf course and uncompromising views.



Oro Valley Public Art Tour

If you didn’t have a chance to take part in the very first, sold-out Oro Valley Public Art Tour, now’s your chance to experience it all over again. Larger-than-life art lovers, rejoice, because this Saturday, Sept. 19, the second installment of the Oro Valley Public Art Tour will take place, presented by the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance.


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