A lone saguaro blossom has opened up among all of the buds Monday, May 7th, 2001 at the end of a saguaros arm. All of the Sonoran desert has been nourished by the winter and spring rains this year. Photo by Jim Davis. Photo taken on 5/7/2001.
Verbena in the wash at King Canyon Trail in Saguaro National Park West.
A Night-blooming Cereus shows it's stuff at Tohono Chul Park.
Armed with flashlights and cameras, crowds gather at Tohono Chul Park to view the yearly one night only night blooming cereus.
A pair of night blooming Cereus, peniocereus greggii, bask in the glow of an admirer's light at the Tohono Chul Park.
Standing on an empty mat in the basement-level wrestling room at
the old Amphitheater High School gymnasium last week, was the
leader of America's freestyle wrestling world.
Harelson Elementary School's Peace Conference had immediate
Many events offer discounted tickets for students, seniors,
military and others. Call venue for details.
The former Marine officer Matthew Hoh, who resigned his Foreign
Service post in Afghanistan because he feels the war is pointless
and not worth dying for, deserves all the attention he's gotten and
more. The Obama administration faces hard decisions there, and the
man made a good case agains…
WASHINGTON — Joni Lownsdale never thought her 2002 breast cancer
diagnosis would land her in the middle of the Obama
administration's fight with the health insurance industry.
This year's unusually hot, dry summer has taken a toll on
landscapes and gardens. That's increased the number of people
seeking advice from plant clinics around town.
Certificates of Excellence
WASHINGTON — Tens of thousands of people are expected to stream
through the White House gates this weekend for a rare opportunity
to see the fragrant roses, blue salvias and towering decades-old
trees that beautify the president's backyard.