Vantage West Home

The people still want their popcorn: How The Loft is nurturing the Tucson community

Just because COVID-19 forced The Loft Cinema to close its doors in March, doesn’t mean Tucson’s independent movie theater has stopped doing what it does best — bringing people together. At least virtually for now. 

To learn more about The Loft Cinema, visit their website at loftcinema.org

THRIVE spotlights the innovative and fascinating entrepreneurs that make Arizona such a unique and vibrant state. Vantage West is proud to sponsor this series in our mission to invest in the local community, so we can all thrive together.

Share This Article:

More Recent Posts


Tucson-based Free Ever After Bridal doesn’t just provide affordable wedding dresses: It empowers victims of sexual violence by connecting them with programs and services. See for yourself how Free Ever After Bridal is giving victims a chance for redemption and purpose in a new episode of Thrive. To learn more about Free Ever After Bridal, […]
Oct 9, 2020
1 min read
Every year, September 15-October 15 marks Hispanic Heritage Month. It’s an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of Americans who trace their roots back to Spain, Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Spanish-speaking nations of the Caribbean. The celebratory month begins halfway through September to honor the independence days of […]
Sep 15, 2020
3 min read
Tucson-based Dancing in the Streets uses the art of classical ballet to instill confidence, skill, and perseverance into the youth of the city’s south side. See for yourself how art can transform our community in a new episode of Thrive. To learn more about Dancing in the Streets, visit their website at THRIVE spotlights the innovative […]
Sep 3, 2020
1 min read
Fraudsters are using the collective fear surrounding COVID-19 to scam innocent people. Here are precautionary steps from the Federal Trade Commission and Homeland Security Investigations to avoid becoming a fraud victim.
Sep 1, 2020
2 min read