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Get Around on the Free GemRide Shuttle

Get Around on the Free GemRide Shuttle

February 2, 2016 |

Park your car and get on the free GemRide shuttles to get around the Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase. The free GemRide shuttles will run daily through Sunday, February 14, on three routes: Downtown Gem Loop 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.,18 shows from 6th Street to 25th Street, including at the Tucson Convention Center. […]

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February 2016

February 2016

February 2, 2016 |

Read the February 2016 edition of Zocalo Magazine

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January 2016

January 2016

January 4, 2016 |

Read the January 2016 digital edition.

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20th ANNUAL BICAS ART AUCTION

20th ANNUAL BICAS ART AUCTION

December 3, 2015 |

20th ANNUAL BICAS ART AUCTION DEC 4th & 5th Friday DEC 4th (6-10pm) – Preview Party Saturday DEC 5th (6-9pm) – Silent Auction at the Art Gallery 1122 N Stone Ave 85705 Celebrate 26 years of BICAS at our 20th Annual Art Auction, sponsored by Fairwheel Bikes. You can expect an art exhibition full of bicycle-inspired artwork, […]

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December 2015

December 2015

December 3, 2015 |

Holiday Gift Guide and a look back at 2015. Read the digital edition here.

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3 Resources to Help You Navigate This Weekend’s Open Studio Tour

3 Resources to Help You Navigate This Weekend’s Open Studio Tour

November 13, 2015 |

The 2015 Tucson Fall Open Studio Tour takes place Saturday and Sunday, November 14 & 15, from 11am-5pm. Over 180 Tucson artists open their studios to the public. Use any of the following resources to assist you on this self-guided tour: 1 – TPACOST.org – The most comprehensive guide to the tour, with listings by name and […]

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Tucson’s Inaugural 10 West Festival

Tucson’s Inaugural 10 West Festival

October 16, 2015 |

An Innovative Way to Drive Economic Development This month, Tucson creators and entrepreneurs come together for the first ever “10West Festival,” a new and innovative approach to fostering a creative and technological environment in Tucson, with the goal of attracting and retaining talent in Southern Arizona. To learn more about the festival, Zócalo reached out […]

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Bennuval!

Bennuval!

September 12, 2015 |

Celebrate an Asteroid that Might Collide with Earth Hurtling through space at 62,120 mph is a rather large rock. It’s 500 meters—or about one-third of a mile—in diameter, and even though that’s on the small-to-medium range as far as asteroids are concerned, it’s one that University of Arizona Professor of Planetary Sciences Dante Lauretta has […]

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Q&A with Debi Chess Mabie

Q&A with Debi Chess Mabie

September 5, 2015 |

Last month, the Tucson Pima Arts Council (TPAC) announced a restructuring, creating a new leadership position by hiring Debi Chess Mabie as Chief Executive Officer. Zócalo reached out to Mabie to learn a little more about the changes and to find out what’s in store for TPAC’s future. Zócalo: Congratulations on your new position. It’s […]

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Mesquite Milling Time

Mesquite Milling Time

June 10, 2015 |

Plant, Harvest, Mill, and Celebrate Wild Abundance Before the Rains Desert Harvesters is co-organizing events to plant, harvest, mill, and celebrate local wild foods in the month of June—the peak of our native bean trees’ harvest season. These events will give you the opportunity to taste and enjoy delicious desert wild foods; learn how to […]

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