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Lalopalooza: Celebrating 100 Years of the Father of Chicano Music, Tucson’s Own Lalo Guerrero

Lalopalooza: Celebrating 100 Years of the Father of Chicano Music, Tucson’s Own Lalo Guerrero

(Tucson, AZ) —  Tucson Federal Credit Union and KXCI present Lalopalooza on Friday, December 9th at El Casino Ballroom as we celebrate the upcoming 100th Anniversary of legendary Tucson Born Musician Lalo Guerrero who was born on December 24th, 1916. With Lalopalooza,

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Now Open: Palabras Librerìa, Offering Books in English & Spanish

Now Open: Palabras Librerìa, Offering Books in English & Spanish

By: Jessica Lizza Cronkite Special to AZLatinos.com As soon as humans learned to communicate, they began writing down their history in some form – starting with something as simple as cave drawings, and evolving to what the world has now.

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Scottsdale’s Center for the Performing Arts Presents: The Havana Cuba All-Stars Nov. 11th

Scottsdale’s Center for the Performing Arts Presents: The Havana Cuba All-Stars Nov. 11th

By: Samantha Collins There’s no denying that some of the greatest icons in Latin music have come from Cuba. That tradition continues with the Havana Cuba All-Stars, a group that includes some of Cuba’s most spectacular musicians. Their mission is

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ASU Gammage to Offer FREE Military Tickets for ‘Agua Furiosa’ Production

ASU Gammage to Offer FREE Military Tickets for ‘Agua Furiosa’ Production

ASU Gammage invites all military, veterans and their families to a night of entertainment and dance. AGUA FURIOSA, Los Angeles based CONTRA-TIEMPO’s newest evening length dance/theater work, is a burst of energy, passion and physical expression that draws audiences in to confront

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Sagrado Galleria Celebrates Grand Reopening and Art Exhibit, Nov. 5th

Sagrado Galleria Celebrates Grand Reopening and Art Exhibit, Nov. 5th

(Phoenix, AZ) — The Sagrado Galleria is proud to announce the grand re-opening of its new location in South Phoenix (SoPho) on Saturday, November 5, 5 to 9 p.m., 6437 South Central Avenue, Phoenix. The grand opening exhibit, “Pasado, Presente, Futuro” (Past, Present, Future)

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American Pastorela: The Trumpifornication Tour to Roll through Phoenix Oct. 27th – Nov. 6th

American Pastorela: The Trumpifornication Tour to Roll through Phoenix Oct. 27th – Nov. 6th

(Featured Photo: Phil Soto) (Phoenix, AZ) — The premise: The Hernandez family from Altar, Sonora, while listening to their favorite podcast, learns that Donald J. Trump is running for president and groping people along the way. So, they decide to walk

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Ballet Arizona Presents: La Bayadere, Oct. 27th – 30th at Phoenix Symphony Hall

Ballet Arizona Presents: La Bayadere, Oct. 27th – 30th at Phoenix Symphony Hall

By: Samantha Collins Love, betrayal, passion… Three ingredients that comprise one of the most beautiful ballets in the Ballet Arizona repertoire: La Bayadère – taking audiences to ancient India, where temple dancers and warriors clash with royalty and the gods

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Playwright Shares His Vision: “American Pastorela: The Trumpifornication Tour”

Playwright Shares His Vision: “American Pastorela: The Trumpifornication Tour”

By Carla León The satirical play pigeonholed as social justice theater, American Pastorela: The Trumpifornication Tour, has one responsibility— make you laugh. And no, it is not just about Trump. He is just the hook. “The play has a lot

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Scorpius Dance Theatre and Davisson Entertainment Presents Arizona’s First-Ever Vampire Ball

Scorpius Dance Theatre and Davisson Entertainment Presents Arizona’s First-Ever Vampire Ball

On October 28 from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., Scorpius Dance Theatre and Davisson Entertainment present Arizona’s first-ever Vampire Ball. Hosted by Vamp, Faris DuVal, this sexy, stylish affair is perfectly themed for creatures of the night to celebrate the

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¡Entra y Participa! Celebra el Día de los Muertos con un Concurso de Arte

¡Entra y Participa! Celebra el Día de los Muertos con un Concurso de Arte

El concurso se llevará a cabo desde octubre hasta el 4 de noviembre de 2016. Se entregarán $3,000 dólares en efectivo a un afortunado ganador Calaveritas, catrinas, arte, altares, pan de muertos y entretenimiento es lo que convierte el Día de

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