"A" Mountain on Sentinel Peak, Friday, March 26, 2004 in Tucson, AZ, after the City Council decided to keep the "A" patriotic until the Iraq conflict is over. With 30 gallons of blue paint, 20 gallons of white, and 40 gallons of red, the "A" took about two hours to paint. Photo by David Sand…
Late-night revelers might want to reconsider sticking around for one last beer at their Friday night house party if neighborhood organizations and landlords are successful in raising fines for "red tag" violations.
To the dismay of many neighbors, the city is moving rapidly on a proposal to annex and rezone land at River and Craycroft roads for a seven-story hotel and other commercial development.
University-area neighborhood activists have taken out referendum petitions to try to overturn a City Council-approved zoning option that will vastly increase density along the streetcar route.
Javelinas are making themselves at home in university-area
neighborhoods, sometimes in conflict with people and pets.
One of the javelinas wanders the Sam Hughes neighborhood. Complaints are on the rise in university-area neighborhoods.
HELSINKI, Finland — It's five times larger than the Titanic, has
seven "neighborhoods," an ice rink, a golf course and a 750-seat
outdoor amphitheater. The world's largest cruise ship is finally
finished, and Friday it began gliding toward its home port in
LOS ANGELES — A gunman escaped after wounding two men in the
parking garage of a North Hollywood synagogue Thursday, frightening
worshippers who heard gunshots and screams before the bleeding
victims stumbled in during morning services.
"Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters"
It has been said that the British are a nation of dog lovers.
Well, whoever said that hasn't been to the foothills!
Unquestionably we match the Brits for our love of dogs. Just in my
small enclave there seems to be a dog in every other home including
one in ours.