After 13 years of buying and selling jewelry in the Tucson market, Kevin Jewelers is closing its doors at Park Place and Tucson Mall.
The founder of the Buffalo Exchange chain has opened a new store with an expanded inventory targeted toward adults on the far west side of Tucson.
For nearly 38 years, Bob and Dale Mayerfeld have successfully run Table Talk, the popular home-specialty store known for its unique kitchen gadgets, rustic hardwood furniture and regional pieces, at various locations around Tucson.
Christina Cooper has been making candles by hand for more than 20 years. She got her start making them out of her garage and selling them at craft fairs. From there, her candles started appearing in restaurants and bars. And now they’re in her new store, The Candle Factory at 5340 E. Broadway.
Altha Jensen says she has no regrets in opening her apparel store, AK Jensen, at St. Philip's Plaza.
Linen and cotton dress by Yest.
A tank top by Lilla P is an example of the apparel available at AK Jensen.
In nearly 30 years owning a clothing biz, Altha Jensen has seen plenty of boutiques come and go. Clothing labels, too.
You know how good it feels when you're strolling down a sidewalk and catch a faceful of gentle spray from a restaurant's patio misters?
Sweet P's Hydrating Body Mist
Shelly Stewart, jewelry designer and executive board member of the Tucson Ladies Council, models earrings of her own design and a a Haute Hippie silk dress, $545 at W Boutique.
Noa tunic,$96, Brooklyn sweater, $154, floral scarf, $80, and leggings, $54, at Bryn Walker.
Mia shirt, $96, with linen asymmetrical pant, $108, from Bryn Walker at Casas Adobes.
Franci top, $76, and cotton gauze drape skirt, $84, at Bryn Walker.
The bamboo-cotton three-quarter-sleeve shirt from Enclave Tucson by local designer Kenneth Armstrong sells for $35.
W Boutique sells this cool Chan Luu viscose scarf for $145.
Just because it's seventh-circle-of-hell hot doesn't mean you can't look cool - even if you don't feel it.
Conn's Home Plus is moving into a former Circuit City building at 5530 E. Broadway and expects to be open in time for holiday shopping. The company plans to hire some 40 sales associates.
A furniture, appliance and electronics store that bills itself as catering to the "underserved and underbanked" is set to open by year's end in central Tucson.