Each day through Jan. 4, we will publish stories from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen news archives. This is a condensed version of an article that appeared in the Arizona Daily Star on Dec. 26, 1964.
Each day through Jan. 4, we will publish stories from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen news archives. This Star article is from Dec. 22, 1956.
One of Tucson's most iconic sculptures got some clever Christmas decorations.
First Lady Barbara Bush, center, gestures at the White House while showing off the Christmas decorations, Monday, Dec. 8, 1992, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Bush accused the press corps on Monday of being humorless, making up anonymous sources and falsely depicting her husband as despondent after h…
The adults got into the act at Little Anthony's Diner as Darla Andreacola, left, and Robin Fisher sit on Santa's lap during the restaurant's annual Santa visit last Thursday. Robin's husband, Bill, took the opportunity to take his own picture. Collecting food and cash for the Community Food …
Ice cream girl Karissa Glenn, as Holly the Elf, makes free hot chocolate for kids under 12. Children got a chance to see Santa and get a free photo with him.
Emily Robinson is a bit shy about talking to Santa; brother Jake waits his turn. Emily's family went to Little Anthony's for her birthday dinner.
Arizona is 5-2 in the series with SDSU since 2002-03 but Sean Miller has yet to beat the Aztecs. ... and other pregame notes and links from Honolulu.
It's Christmas Eve and one of the most important nights of the year for Tucson's transportation system.
The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona recommends that adults carefully review the privacy policies of 'Letter to Santa' websites before allowing children to share personal information.
Jac Genovese sculpted this piece at last weekend's craft fair at the Gaslight plaza. The holiday fairs will run weekends through Dec. 23.
For that warm, cuddly factor, a little handmade bear might do. PJ's Bears "All Things Bears" had lots of furry options at a recent Gaslight fair.
At front, Designs From the Heart, another vendor, featured an array of holiday-themed towels and wall hangings. The fair will run again this weekend. On Saturday events will include a car show.
At least 40 vendors are expected to show and sell their work at a holiday craft fair hosted by The Gaslight Theatre Saturday and Sunday.
NEW YORK — Santa has kicked the habit in time for Christmas. No, not the sugar plum habit, or his fur-wearing habit, or his penchant for romping recklessly around open flame.
Brace yourselves for a snowstorm so massive it will produce 30 tons of the white stuff.
From the Tucson Time Capsule, Jan. 13, 2009: When Father Eusebio Francisco Kino first rode into the Santa Cruz Valley around 1700, he never could have imagined that someday a 2 1/2-ton, 15-foot-tall likeness of him would stand at the north end of a parkway bearing his name. But on Jan. 13, 1…
DENVER — Santa’s piling up more than presents this year. The big
man’s trackers at NORAD say Santa Claus is breaking records on
social media and by old-fashioned telephone this Christmas