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Profile Photo: Rich Metcalf with his version of Picasso's "Femme avec Un Chapeau Bleu." Photo by Ellen Sussman

Banner Photo: Performing as Hardscrabble Road are, from left, Brian Osborne on guitar, Brad Eastridge on keyboard, Katie Sayre on vocals and tambourine, Bob Kruse on percussion, and Larry Worster on vocals and guitar.

 

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What's happening around town?

dolanellis.com

Are you looking for something fun to do in the area?

Here are 5 things to do.

Grammy-winning Arizona State Balladeer Dolan Ellis  is performing at Tubac Center of the Arts on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. Package of two tickets are available.

Call (520) 398-2371 for more information.

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Looking for Green Valley and Sahuarita locals with tattoos

Hey NABURS, 

I'm currently working on a story about tattoos in the community. I'm looking for folks who live in Green Valley or Sahuarita who have tattoos. 

Ideally, I'm trying to get a variety of ages and experience levels. I'd love to find someone who has quite a few, and maybe someone with just one or is about to get their first tattoo. 

I'd be asking about why you got your tattoo(s), what they mean to you, where you got them, etc. 

If you are interested in sharing your tattoo story, please email me at jverwys@gvnews.com.

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What's happening around town?

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Are you looking for something fun to do in the area?

Here are 5 things to do.

One event that looks like a lot of fun is The Mark Wood Experience with vocalist Laura Kaye this Friday, Oct. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Community Performance & Art Center on 1250 W. Continental Road. 

Mark Wood is a Juilliard-trained, world-renowned electric-violinist and founding member of the Trans Siberian Orchestra. He has toured and performed with some of the music industry's biggest names, including Celine Dion, Billy Joel, and Paul McCartney.

Call (520) 399-1750 for tickets and information.

Do you have fond memories of a concert that you saw at the Community Performance & Art Center?

Share them in the comment section below.