Along with hosting fun events such as the play “Jack and the Beanstalk,” Mildred & Dildred toy store is tackling a serious subject.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is hosting its annual Paws for the Holidays Celebration from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at La Encantada, 2905 E. Skyline Drive.
Goldies, a new locally owned boutique for men, women and children, has opened across from RA Sushi at La Encantada shopping center at East Sunrise Drive and North Campbell Avenue.
Mildred & Dildred Toy Store, located at La Encantada shopping center, 2905 E. Skyline Drive, is hosting a 'Desert Dwellers' party at 10:30 a.m. November 2.
A police officer, an EMT and a member of the U.S. Border Patrol will be honored Thursday at the sixth annual Heroes Day ceremony.
Integrative Touch for Kids, a nonprofit organization that supports children with special medical needs and their families, hosted a Butterfly Release Party Sunday at La Encantada, at East Skyline Drive and North Campbell Avenue.
It's nice to take visiting family and friends to some of our local attractions. It's nicer to save money while doing it.
Frost co-founders Jeffrey Kaiserman, left, and Stephen Ochoa flank gelato master Nazario Melchiondia at their Skyline Drive location.
Haitham Alghunaim: "I always have a sweet tooth from chocolate to ice cream, and I've loved ice cream as a child."
A Kuwaiti businessman on winter vacation in Tucson happened upon Frost A Gelato Shoppe and went home with a new business venture.
Julie Janney, above, and fellow local artists Esther Rogoway, Ken Tesoriere and Sean-Paul Pluguez will each complete a painting Saturday during Splash! in the center courtyard at La Encantada. "This will be something different for me - it's on the fly!," Janney said.
The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance hopes to make a big Splash! while raising some big bucks for youth arts education programs Saturday evening at La Encantada.
Juliane Wilson, with Lush's design team, readies for today's opening of the Tucson cosmetics store, one of 168 in North America. The first store opened in England in 1995. The store says its products are made ethically and nothing is tested on animals.
Here's what the inside of the store looks like. Two-thirds of Lush's products are unpackaged, and the rest use recycled packaging. Customers are encouraged to recycle as well; the store's "black pots" can be redeemed for a free face mask.
Lush, the "delicatessen of the skin-care world," is opening its first Tucson store today at La Encantada. The 722-square-foot store is looking to employ 20 to 30 part- and full-time workers.
From left, Jesus Tapia, Bethany Wagenbach, center, and Lauren Westphal, in red at right, bask in some of the "snow" during the Enchanted Snowfall event at La Encantada shopping center, 2905 E. Skyline Drive.
Sophia Francis-Long, center, performs with other fifth-graders from Ventana Vista Elementary during Saturday's "Enchanted Snowfall," which runs through Dec. 22.
Blaine McGill, 7, catches some of the "snow." Enchanted Snowfall runs at 6 and 6:45 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
Mall creates winter wonderland every weekend through Christmas.