Poetry Center hosts national Latino poet tour

Courtesy of UA Poetry Center
Courtesy of UA Poetry Center

By CECELIA MARSHALL for the Arizona Daily Wildcat Published April 25, 2013 at 12:55am

Who knew that “the best living room in America for reading poetry” is right in the UA’s backyard?

J Michael Martinez by Jensen Larson Photography
J Michael Martinez by Jensen Larson Photography

April is National Poetry Month — there will be no better time to dust off your beret, turn on some jazz and applaud by snapping.
The UA Poetry Center is the perfect place to begin your journey of self-discovery and unleash your inner Walt Whitman. Continue reading “Poetry Center hosts national Latino poet tour”

ATC’s season-ending “Clybourne Park” is an instant stage classic

Jenny McKnight and Lee E. Ernst in "Clybourne Park" (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
Jenny McKnight and Lee E. Ernst in “Clybourne Park” (Photo by Michael Brosilow)

By CECELIA MARSHALL for Arizona Daily Wildcat Published April 19, 2013

If walls could talk, they could reveal past homeowners’ eccentricities, decades of history and difficult and painful moments that occurred within them.

Bev and Russ’ walls in the house on Clybourne Park have soaked up enough memories that the couple feels the need to move. After the heartbreaking loss of their son, they are so eager to move away that they don’t care who purchases the home from them — even if their neighbors do. Continue reading “ATC’s season-ending “Clybourne Park” is an instant stage classic”

Steamy, sexy, and full of lust: Be ready for ART’s ‘Nine’

Photo by Ed Flores/Arizona Daily Wildcat Guido (Max Tzannes) is pleasantly haunted by the memory of Sarraghina (Sydnee Ortiz), a disreputable woman he met when he was age nine, who taught him about love & to “Be Italian” in UA Arizona Repertory Theatre’s production of Nine, April 7 – 28 at the Marroney Theatre.
Photo by Ed Flores: Guido (Max Tzannes) is pleasantly haunted by the memory of Sarraghina (Sydnee Ortiz), a disreputable woman he met when he was age nine, who taught him about love & to “Be Italian” in UA Arizona Repertory Theatre’s production of Nine, April 7 – 28 at the Marroney Theatre.

By CECELIA MARSHALL for Arizona Daily Wildcat Published April 12, 2013 at 3:03am

Poor Guido Contini. With more than 20 women vying for his attention, Contini has a lot on his mind. What‘s a man to do? Contini’s marriage to a former starlet is dull, his mistress is lusting after him and his French producer is pressuring him about his next film. No wonder he begins imagining women flocking to him as if he were a Greek god.

Arizona Repertory Theatre closes its season with a bang — literally. With orgasms, groping and straddling aplenty, this last musical, directed by Danny Gurwin, is definitely not for the modest or faint of heart. Continue reading “Steamy, sexy, and full of lust: Be ready for ART’s ‘Nine’”

Aloft hotel opens its door to the UA

Photo by Tyler Besh  for Arizona Daily Wildcat Aloft hotel opens on the corner of Speedway and Cambell. It showcases a more luxury experience for guests.
Photo by Tyler Besh for Arizona Daily Wildcat Aloft hotel opens on the corner of Speedway and Cambell. It showcases a more luxury experience for guests.

By CECELIA MARSHALL for Arizona Daily Wildcat Published April 5, 2013 at 5:43am

From The District on 5th to The Retreat, Tucson is being spoiled with luxurious accommodations sprouting up left and right. The newest addition, Aloft Tucson University, says it boasts “the new twist in travel.” Continue reading “Aloft hotel opens its door to the UA”

Tucson Food Truck Round-up brings high-end cuisine to the streets

Courtesy of Kevin Brost/Arizona Daily WildcatGraduate assistant and doctoral candidate Jesse Minor is the new Green Fund committee chairman for the 2012-13 academic lyear, a 10-member committee that spearheads numerous sustainability projects throughout the university.
Courtesy of Kevin Brost/Arizona Daily Wildcat
Graduate assistant and doctoral candidate Jesse Minor is the new Green Fund committee chairman for the 2012-13 academic lyear, a 10-member committee that spearheads numerous sustainability projects throughout the university.

By CECELIA MARSHALL for Arizona Daily Wildcat Published March 29, 2013 at 2:33am

Everything is mobile these days: Phones, homes, banking and even pet grooming. Now, a new sub-culture is transforming parking lots into temporary food courts and offering on-the-go people a delicious feast for a reasonable price. Continue reading “Tucson Food Truck Round-up brings high-end cuisine to the streets”