Tucson CitizenTucson Citizen

Tucson Talents

Citizen Staff Writer

Entertainment news about personalities and events with an Old Pueblo connection.

Former Tucson musician Work releases CD

Daniel Work, who lived in Tucson for 20 years before moving to the Portland, Ore., area has released a CD of original adult contemporary music.

The disc is titled “Some Things Take Time” and it was recorded at a studio called Kung Fu Bakery.

“Many of the songs were crafted during my time in Tucson (moved in 2006), and performed with my Tucson bands, Take Time and Take Six,” Work writes in an e-mail. “We were also a staple at the Tucson Folk Festival for the last few years.”

The Lake Oswego resident owned Work Production Services in Tucson for 20 years and still owns a business partially operated from here (IndiependenceMusic.net).

2 local glass artists among elite group picked for exhibit

Tucsonans Debra May and Tom Philabaum are among seven glass artists in Arizona selected to exhibit and sell their works at a new event in Scottsdale.

The inaugural “Behold the Brilliance” Glass Art Show runs Jan. 17-Feb. 14 at the nonprofit Cattletrack Gallery, 6105 N. Cattletrack Road. A portion of proceeds from show sales will help fund Arizona Glass Alliance’s educational and scholarship programs, states a news release.

“You will be amazed to see the professional variety of sculpture made from glass,” says Fred Schomer, Arizona Glass Alliance president. “It will open your eyes to the use of glass as a fine art sculptural medium.”

From 1987-95 May worked with Philabaum at his glass studio in Tucson.

Send submissions to calendar@tucsoncitizen.com

Our Digital Archive

This blog page archives the entire digital archive of the Tucson Citizen from 1993 to 2009. It was gleaned from a database that was not intended to be displayed as a public web archive. Therefore, some of the text in some stories displays a little oddly. Also, this database did not contain any links to photos, so though the archive contains numerous captions for photos, there are no links to any of those photos.

There are more than 230,000 articles in this archive.

In TucsonCitizen.com Morgue, Part 1, we have preserved the Tucson Citizen newspaper's web archive from 2006 to 2009. To view those stories (all of which are duplicated here) go to Morgue Part 1

Search site | Terms of service