The new calendar of events contains localized maps and contact information to follow up on posted information. Special event calendars for Halloween, New Year's Eve and the Tucson Gem Shows provide activities listings at http://emol.org/calendar/tucson.
The EMOL.org web site has also released several new books:
Just added are several new sections to the nearly 20 year old web site- EMOL.org- The Entertainment Magazine.
Since 1995, the EMOL.org site has provided Information contained in the former print edition of the Entertainment Magazine and Tucson Teen Teen newspapers. New developments with technology bring on new features.
Vist the new Entertainment Magazine Calendar @EMOL.org.
Robert Downey Jr. kicks off 2014 Heartland Film Festival with surprise appearance for “The Judge”
Festival announces “Belle and Sebastian” as closing night film, special presentations of The Weinstein Company’s “St. Vincent” and “The Imitation Game”
"You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up!, "Cannoli, Latkes and Guilt, The Therapy Continues" at Herberger TheatreSubmitted by (not verified) on Mon, 10/06/2014 - 16:00.
The national tour of the hilarious new show You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up!, a relationship comedy that People magazine called “Laugh Out Loud,” and Steve Solomon’s newest collection of side-splitting stories, Cannoli, Latkes, and Guilt … The Therapy Continues, will each have their Arizona premiere at The Herberger Theater Center.
This Halloween in Tucson can be more than just trick or treat. Several citywide events are happening throughout October to celebrate.
Old Tucson Studios brings back Nightfall, its version of a haunted town, throughout October. The SlaughterHouse is another haunted house open through Halloween where clowns, zombies and freaks await.
The annual Boo Bash at Vision Church, the YMCA Annual Trunk or Treat event and the Celtic Kids Halloween Party are among some of the events happening during the Halloween holiday.
Read a chapter about the formation of the Billy Sedlmayr and his role in the Sandworms, one of Tucson's 1980s rock band that gained wide recognition in the new book "Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades." The first volume features an article published in the summer 1983 edition of the Newsreal:
The connection between the Lost City, the Lost Mine (Lost Escalante Mine or the Iron Door Mine) and the Lost Mission is intertwined with folklore and history. Somewhere within those giant mountains of the Santa Catalina Mountains great treasures once were– and may be still– hidden. History gives some clues about their existence.
By Bob Zucker, publisher
There's a couple of ways to save on the rising cost of air travel and hotel rooms- use promotional codes or claim a coupon link to a special offer. Last minute deals are also a popular option.