Stories tagged: "music"


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Republican Candidate for Attorney General Says Century-Old Poem is Sign of Leftist Takeover. It Isn’t.

"Lift Every Voice and Sing" was written in 1899 by civil rights activist James Weldon Johnson as a rallying cry for equality and justice.

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Tucson to Name Music Hall for Native Daughter Linda Ronstadt

“Linda Ronstadt is a beloved daughter of Tucson. It is time to honor her legacy and her ability to tell the story of our culture through music.”

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The Arizona Story Behind Paul McCartney’s ‘Get Back’

Why did McCartney name Tucson as the place that the grass-loving Jojo would eventually leave for greener pastures? It all stems from his first wife, Linda.

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7 of Arizona’s Best Budget-Friendly Escapes

Need to get away? From K-pop workshops to shamanic journeys, here are some of the best stateside vacations you won't soon forget.

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The Downtown Dish: Everything You Need to Know About Mesa’s Nightlife

This article is part of our Downtown Dish series covering different downtown areas in the Valley and will be updated periodically.

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Here’s a List of Free Events Around the Valley to Get You Out of the House

Many public events are sprouting up across Arizona as vaccination numbers across the state continue to rise.

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Concert, Theater Owners Call Pandemic Relief Fund Efforts a ‘Disaster’

Only one Arizona business—and 90 venues nationwide—has received a grant so far from the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant.