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What You Need to Know About the Palo Verde Beetle

What You Need to Know About the Palo Verde Beetle What You Need to Know About the Palo Verde Beetle on KVOA.com; July 14th, 2017 Palo Verde Beetles are found all over Southern Arizona. But what exactly are they? The Palo Verde Beetle lives underground for two or three years

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Tucson Women’s Comedy Festival

Tucson Women’s Comedy Festival Laugh Like a Woman: Tucson Women’s Comedy Festival; Feb. 27th, 2017 Posted By Linda Ray on Thu, Feb 23, 2017 at 4:30 PM Getting the full disclosure out of the way: I’m a member of the Tucson Improv Movement company. I’m not performing in the TIM-hosted

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Tucson Women’s Comedy Festival brings laughs to the community

Tucson Women’s Comedy Festival brings laughs to the community The Tucson Women’s Comedy Festival began Feb. 23 at the Tucson Improv Movement Theater. This is the festival’s first annual show, and Thursday’s show started off with three women storytellers. Each woman stood onstage to share a monologue that left the

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5 Reasons to go to the Tucson Women’s Comedy Festival

5 Reasons to go to the Tucson Women’s Comedy Festival Lady comedians are taking over Tucson this weekend. And you don’t want to miss it. The three-day festival will spotlight lady comedians from Tucson and beyond with panel discussions, workshops and shows that celebrate women in comedy and improv. Catherine

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The World of Yes/And: Improv group creates comedy on the fly

The World of Yes/And: Improv group creates comedy on the fly The World of Yes/And: Improv group creates comedy on the fly The World of Yes/And Improv groups create comedy on the fly By Sherilyn Forrester If you think that “The Harold” might be the brother of “The Donald,” you

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The Beauty of a Scorpion

The Beauty of a Scorpion A scorpion, according to most, is a symbol of cruelty; tangible evidence that nature has a mean streak. However, as

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