Flanagan's Celtic Corner, 2719 E. Broadway, is hosting a Celtic Corner Christmas from 2 to 8 p.m. Saturday.
Friday is game night at Bookmans Speedway, 6230 E. Speedway, from 6 to 8 p.m.
The fourth through sixth graders at Harelson Elementary School, 826 W. Chapala Drive, are hosting a sale from 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
If you're looking for a way to get the family into the holiday spirit, the Hilton El Conquistador, 10000 North Oracle Road, is hosting a night of free holiday fun.
Casa de los Ninos Thrift Store, 1302 E. Prince Road, will hold its annual 50 percent off sale from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. December 14.
Black Friday brought Tucson shoppers out in the wee hours, but the big rush for many big retailers was Thanksgiving night.
Arizona Highways magazine is offering a one-year hard copy subscription, regularly priced at $24, for just $15. It's also offering a one-year digital subscription, regularly priced at $12, for $7.
Locally owned retailers are encouraging consumers to “shop small” by participating in two initiatives: American Express Open’s Small Business Saturday and Local First Arizona’s Shop Local Month.
There are 25 days between Black Friday and Christmas this year, compared with 31 days last year. That gives shoppers who waited until today or Black Friday to start shopping six fewer days to mark gifts off their lists.
If you're going out shopping tomorrow or Friday, let us know what deals you find and how it is out there.
Looking for a gift idea for an entire family?
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.
Jack Furrier Tire and Auto Care store, located at 8051 N. Casa Grande Highway is hosting Black Friday Man Cave from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday.
The first pies and breads of the holiday baking season will be filling the kitchen counter just days from now.
Williams Magic closed its brick-and-mortar store in Tucson earlier this year, but the shop has hardly done a full disappearing act. Rather, the Williams family revamped the business and divided it into three parts: mobile, online and roadside kiosk.
Pima Community College is hosting a financial aid workshop presented by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Federal Student Aid for high school and college students and their parents.
American Eagle Outfitters Factory Store has opened its doors between Verizon Wireless and Calendar Club at Foothills Mall, 7401 N. La Cholla Blvd.
If you're stuck working on Black Friday — whether at home or at the office — Seattle's Best Coffee will send you a free sample — enough to brew four cups. Free coffee will be available now through November 29 while supplies last.
There's no way around it, Christmas is coming. Soon.
American Play Systems, which sells and installs residential and commercial playground equipment, has moved from its location just off Interstate 10 near Ruthrauff Road to 2007 N. Stone Ave., just south of Grant Road.
Eggplant, cucumber, squash, watermelon and green beans were all available at Market on the Move, November 9, 2013. For a $10 donation, consumers can get up to 60 pounds of produce.
Get up to 60 pounds of produce for a $10 donation at Market on the Move tomorrow. Can't eat 60 pounds of fruits and veggies? Share your bounty with friends and family, or those in need.
If you have gently used clothes that your kids no longer wear, why not donate them to a good cause?
To celebrate the holidays, Starbucks brought back its buy one get one happy hour.
A free workshop to teach veterans how to pursue employment via social media is being held at 8:30 a.m. November 19 at Kino Veterans' Workforce Center, 2801 E. Ajo Way.
Your kids, ages twelve and under, can save ten percent on anything at at any Bookmans store by signing up for the Kids Club.
The holiday toy books have arrived, marking that special time of year when the kids grab a crayon, a pen or even mom’s lipstick to circle and ooh and ahh over all of the toys they’d like.
Children's Museum Tucson is offering $2 admission for the whole family from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow.
In case you've never been, Market on the Move is a farmer's market style event where you can get up to 60 pounds of produce for a $10 donation put on by The 3000 Club.
I know, I know...Halloween is over.
If you're doing home improvement projects, and are in need of a faucet, sink, tub, toilet, shower or hardware, check out Benjamin Supply's annual warehouse clearance sale.
The University of Arizona Astronomy Club, astronomy graduate students and postdocs are hosting an astronomy family fun night at Himmel Park Public Library, 1035 N. Treat Ave. at 6 p.m. tomorrow.
Tucson Parks and Recreation Department is hosting its eighth annual Family Festival in the Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. November 16.
Copper Country Antiques, known for “Fred the Buffalo” that sits atop its roof in a boat, has opened a Christmas shop in the middle of its store on Speedway at Rosemont Boulevard.
After battling cancer for half of her life, every day is special for Azayliah Perez. But October — six months after her leukemia went into remission — gave the 9-year-old a whole month to celebrate how far she’s come.
The Pima County Health Department is offering routine vaccines, including flu shots, for adults age 19 through 64 who are uninsured, or whose insurance doesn't cover vaccination.
Love it or hate it, it's become the norm for stores to open on Thanksgiving Day to get a head start on holiday sales.
Pima Animal Care Center is asking the community's assistance with the immediate overcrowding at its shelter by considering adoption.
Don't forget to hit the after-Halloween sales tomorrow and through the weekend to stock up for next year. You can consider it your post-candy cardio.
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.
An estimated 6 percent of dogs in Pima, Pinal and Maricopa counties become sick with valley fever every year, costing Arizona dog owners more than a million dollars a year in diagnosis and treatment, according to UA research.
Walking into the giant white tent that houses Brian and Kelly’s Pumpkins, Trees & Farmer’s Market, on Broadway near Rosemont, is almost like walking into a small farm.
Persnickety’s Boutique, a high-end resale shop whose offerings range from cowgirl boots to evening gowns, has opened in a new location after being closed for three months.
Saint Elizabeth's Health Center, 140 W. Speedway, is holding a free community health fair from 9 a.m. to noon tomorrow.
If you like wild west stunt shows, the Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros are performing "Sam and Latch's Haunted Halloween" at Trail Dust Town, 6541 E. Tanque Verde Road, every night through November 3.
The International Wildlife Museum, 4800 W. Gates Pass Road, is hosting a Halloween event at 5 p.m. Saturday.
When bills and living expenses are lurking in the shadows of every corner, Halloween spending can be a scary thought.
If you complete a free bicycle safety class with The Pima County Department of Transportation's Bicycle & Pedestrian Program, you will get your choice of a free bike light set, U-lock or helmet.
The SAHBA Fall Home & Garden Show kicked off yesterday, filling the Tucson Convention Center with hundreds of exhibitors showing off the latest trends in home improvement, outdoor living and remodeling.