Business Briefs

Business briefs 4.25.14

Bob Elliott, former All-American University of Arizona basketball player, will sign copies of his book, “Tucson: A Basketball Town” on Saturday, April 26, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., at IT’S GREEK TO ME restaurant in Catalina, located at 15920 N. Oracle Road, Suite 120 (in the Catalina Pointe Shopping Center).

INVISIBLE THEATRE will present its free annual Pastime Players performance of “The Me Inside of Me” on Monday, April 28, 7 p.m. at Doolen Middle School. Pastime Players is an award-winning, multidisciplinary arts education program for mentally and physically challenged students. For more information, call 882-9721.

EVAN GREENBERG, BEN PINTO and IDAN GAL recently opened L’VISAGE LUXURY COSMETICS, a luxury skincare studio, at La Encantada, located at 2905 E. Skyline Drive. The studio offers “skinoscope” medical technology to analyze skin condition and help match clients’ needs with the appropriate products. All products are organic and hypoallergenic, and are based on plant stem-cell technology. A portion of all sales will be donated to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona during the month of April.

ot Lynn_DavisLYNN DAVIS, arts and culture director of the TUCSON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, has been nominated for a Lumies Award, the David Hoyt Johnson (Arts Administrator) Award. Davis coordinates the operations of the JCC Fine Art Gallery, Sculpture Garden and Tucson International Jewish Film Festival. The Tucson Pima Arts Council will award the Lumies June 6 at a gala at the Tucson Museum of Art plaza.

Microsoft Word - 140414%20DevelopmentDirector-6.docxPIMA ANIMAL CARE CENTER has hired its first development director, KAREN HOLLISH. Hollish previously worked at Petfinder Foundation, a Tucson-based nonprofit that issues grants to adoption groups across North America, and the Humane Society of Southern Arizona. She is a former daily newspaper reporter.