For more than 100 years, the history of Old Pascua on Tucson's west side has been preserved orally.
Mya Pancost dashes around looking for Easter eggs during last Friday's Easter Festival at Atria Bell Court Gardens, 6653 E. Carondelet Drive. More than 150 guests attended.
Molly Civitella, 4, and other children cradle rabbits in an enclosed area at last Friday's event.
Dayton Wilcox, 1, checks out a miniature donkey during the Easter Festival.
In an outdoor area, children await their chance to get their faces painted, an activity that proved popular.
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With store-bought phyllo cups, these creamy lemon-berry tartlets served on a platter make for a colorful, tasty dessert after the main Easter meal.
Mini-quiche appetizers, made with phyllo cups, are simple to prepare and can be filled with meats,cooked vegetables or cheeses.
Easter dinner isn't generally the sort of meal we try to rush. The whole point is to savor the experience, not sprint through it the way we do most weeknights.
This Easter lamb dish is stuffed with a mint pesto so that its flavor is infused with the mint. You can serve even more mint as an accompaniment, if you like.
The classic Easter or spring lamb often is served with mint jelly. And that's fine, assuming you want to play it safe.
The Easter Bunny, aka mom and dad, don't have to spend a lot of money to have a fun holiday. Here are a few tips to make Easter a little bit cheaper.
Many of us have kids who started spring break as of 3:25 p.m. yesterday.
The Tucson Botanical Gardens, 2150 N. Alvernon Way, is hosting Spring-A-Majig, an Easter celebration, in the Children's Discovery Garden.
Bunnies, baskets and bonnets are harbingers of the secular celebration of Easter.
Kids will have plenty of opportunities to gather eggs, meet the Easter Bunny and participate in spring and Easter activities.
This weekend there are plenty of Easter and spring-themed events to keep you hopping - from hunts for colored eggs to hayrides and jumping castles.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Organizers of an annual Easter egg hunt attended by hundreds of children have canceled this year’s event, citing the behavior of aggressive parents who swarmed into the tiny park last year, determined that their kids get an egg.