I'll get you, my pretty little dress from a great local shop, and really cute shoes for your little dogs too!
Did your favorite fashion spots in town make the list?
There's no place like BOT (#BestofTucson), there's no place like BOT!
Results here: https://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/were-off-to-see-the-wizard/BestOf?oid=26736640
There's no place like City Life, There's no place like City Life.
Did your favorites make the Best of Tucson this year?
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#BestofTucson #city #Tucson
Draw me like one of your flying monkeys! Did your favorite Tucson arts and culture institutions make Best of this year?
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#BestofTucson #arts #culture #Tucson
If you like movies—I mean,if you really like movies—then you might as well request a few days off from work for the Loft Film Fest.
In the latest Weekly, we talk Loft Film Fest, Election Day, gallery exhibits, movies and more!
This week we feature Brian Smith’s profile of Mario Patino, who creates astonishing miniatures from his memories of growing up on Tucson’s south side.
This week we remember author Charles Bowden with an excerpt from Dakotah: The Return of the Future, which is the fourth volume in what Charles Bowden called his "Unnatural History of America." Plus more Weekly fun!
#CharlesBowden #authors #newedition
This week's edition is full of #celebration! We detail @hotelcongress 's big birthday bash, check out the new graphic novel by former Tucson Weekly web editor Henry Barajas and have your ultimate guide to #holiday events and #gifts.
#holidaze #giftguide #newedition
Ernesto Portillo Jr., former columnist at the morning daily, looks at a new graphic novel by former Tucson Weekly web editor Henry Barajas.
In La Voz de M.A.Y.O.: TATA RAMBO, Barajas (along with illustrator J. Gonzo) tells the story of his great-grandfather, #RamonJaurique, a WWII vet who worked to help the #PascuaYaqui gain federal recognition.
Read on here: https://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/making-history/Content?oid=26878894
#GIVEAWAY TIME: Does the drop in temperature have you in the mood for some snow and skiing?
Legendary ski and snowboarding film maker, Warren Miller Entertainment's new film Timeless is coming to The Loft Cinema for one day only (Dec. 11) and we have your chance to go for free!
Enter for your chance to win tickets to the show, a poster to decorate your walls and a DVD. We are also giving away a slew of other prizes including:
And our grand prize, a set of #skis!
To enter to win, comment below and follow Tucson Weekly on Facebook.
The show will be held at The Loft Cinema at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 11. Winner must be able to come to the Tucson Weekly office to pick up their tickets.
Find out more about the event at https://warrenmiller.com/events/the-loft-cinema-0
For their centennial celebration, Hotel Congress is looking backward as well as looking forward, but they're not the only ones doing so.
The Century of Tucson party is, of course, a long time coming, and for the big day, Rialto Theatre, Tucson Symphony Orchestra and Arizona Public Media are joining in as well.
The fun takes place on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.
Learn more here: http://ow.ly/Fkci50xihro
Given its slick design, televised menus, courteous staff and counter service, you could be forgiven for thinking that the eastside's Salsa Verde is some kind of chain.
Learn more about this eastside eatery here: https://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/hot-spot/Content?oid=26878902
#chow #food #Mexicanfood
Monty is a fun-loving 3-year-old boy who loves water and enjoys splashing in the kiddie pool!
Monty is waiting at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona for his forever home! Learn more about him and other adoptable pets here: https://www.tucsonweekly.com/TheRange/archives/2019/11/25/adoptable-pets-monty-needs-a-home
Courtesy photo from HSSA
#pets #adoption #HumaneSociety