If you are planning on participating in the Pima County Public Library's Summer Reading Program, don't forget to sign up Friday.
When it comes to ways to spend those long, hot summer days, there's no better place to be than Tucson - if you're a kid.
Jean Shiley of Philadelphia, captain of the U.S. Women's Track and Field team, is shown in Los Angeles Stadium after breaking the world and Olympic records in the high jump, Aug. 7, 1932. Shiley went over the bar at 5 feet, 5 1/4 inches to win the event. (AP Photo)
Picture shows Mark Spitz with his gold medal, handed over by Lord Killanin on August 28, 1972. Final of 200 meter butterfly for men at the Summer Olympics in Munich. Mark Spitz won the final in 2.00.7, at the same time setting a new world record, (AP Photo/pool
The U.S. team poses for photographers after being awarded the gold medal for winning the women's 4 x 100-meter relay race during the Summer Olympics in Rome, Sept. 8, 1960. From left to right; Wilma Rudolph, Barbara P. Jones, Lucinda Williams and Martha Hudson.(AP Photo)
The three winners of the Decathlon event of the 1960 Rome Summer Olympics, Sept. 6, 1960, stand on the winners' stand at Rome's Olympic Stadium. The winners pose with their medals that they have just received. They are: USA's Rafer Johnson, center, wins gold medal; Taiwan's Yang Chuan, silve…
Mel Patton, left, anchor man of the U.S. men's 4 x 100-meter relay team, crosses the finish line well ahead of Britain's Jack Archer, during the Summer Olympics at Wembley Stadium, in London Aug. 7, 1948. Olympic judges disqualified the U.S. team on the grounds that their first exchange of t…
Jesse Owens is shown winning the 100-meter dash at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. His time was 10.3 secs. equalling the world record. Teammate Ralph Metcalfe was second, Martinus Osendarp of Holland won the bronze medal. American Frank Wykoff, left center, was fourth and German Erich Bo…
Pictured here Edith McGuire, left, wins the 200 meter dash for women at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Japan. Second is Irena Kirszenstein and third is Marilyn Black in red shorts. (AP Photo)
German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, who attends the Olympics daily, seems pleased with the way the games are progressing as he watches events on August 5, 1936 at the Olympic swimming stadium at Berlin, Germany. At his left is Dr. Theodor Lewald, not in uniform,president of the German Olympic co…
Wilma Rudolph, of Clarksville, Tenn., second from left, hits the tape as she runs anchor for the USA's 4 x 100-meter relay team in the semifinals at the Summer Olympics in Rome Sept. 7, 1960. The U.S. team won in a record breaking 44.4 seconds to qualify for the finals of the event. From lef…
Olympic broad jump medalists salute during the medals ceremony Aug. 11, 1936 at the Summer Olympics in Berlin. From left on podium are: bronze medalist Jajima of Japan, gold medalist Jesse Owens of the United States and silver medalist Lutz Long of Germany. Long and German Olympic officials …
American firm Maidenform celebrated its 40 years anniversary Sept. 12, 1962 in Copenhagen by a first time show of new swim suits models. Here Maidenform's founder, Mrs. Ida Rosenthal shows swimsuits in helanca-cotton knit (model left) and helanca elastic. (AP Photo/Kroyer)
Peach and blackberry crostata - a sweet, fresh-fruit tart - is a perfect dessert for a summer barbeque. Serve warm with a dollop of mascarpone.
Once you've made a crostata, you'll never make a pie again. They're simple, versatile and supremely delicious.
For the past couple of weeks, Road Runner has been trying to solve one of Tucson's perennial transportation problems.
Halloween in Tucson is typically the time of year when summer
finally breaks and fall settles in with coolish temperatures and
In the days leading up to his team's matchup against Amphi,
Douglas coach Dick Keith couldn't help but talk about receiver and
kick returner Joel Bello.