Ned Harris photographs dragonflies and damsels at Roy P. Drachman Agua Caliente Park.
Fransisco Edwardo Lopez (FRANSISCO EDWARDO LOPEZ cq), left in white t-shirt, hugs Jennifer Plazola (JENNIFER PLAZOLA cq), in orange, during the wake for their friend Ramses Barron Torres (RAMSES BARRON TORRES cq), 17, at Torres' home in the Buenas Aires neighborhood in Nogales, Sonora, Frida…
Eric Hansen talks with some student athletes after a press conference at the McKale Center Tuesday, April 12, 2011, after he was named the new University of Arizona head swimming coach.
Yurie Ishizaka of Tokyo looks in display cases during the first day of the Gem and Mineral Show at the Tucson Convention Center on February 10, 2011.
Rocks, shells, and minerals for sale at the Miner K booth at the Gem and Mineral Show at the Tucson Convention Center in 2011.
John Mincks, playing John Dillinger, left, and Rob Jensen, playing one of the gang members reenact a robbery during a gangster party at Hotel Congress in 2009. The hotel held a free event on the opening night of "Public Enemies" the film about John Dillinger starring Johnny Depp.
Asparagus photographed in the Star studio Thursday, July 15, 2010. Photo by Jill Torrance/Arizona Daily Star Transmission 149856 MANDATORY CREDIT, NO SALE, NO MAGS
Want to take a pal to lunch, but don’t want to spend big bucks? The Ra Sushi “Friends With Benefits” may be for you.
Receiver Devin Veal, #80, left, makes a catch with running back Kaylan Butler, #23, right behind him during practice at the Arizona Stadium Wednesday, March 23, 2010.
Canyon Del Oro's Ka'deem Carey, #25, right, carries the past Catalina Foothill's Mason Couture, #34 during the third quarter of the football game at CDO Friday, October 8, 2010. Photo by Jill Torrance/Arizona Daily Star
Dinner guests enjoy a meal and drinks during a special tequila tasting dinner at the Flying V Bar & Grill at Ventana Canyon Resort on Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Heidi Dodds, center, gather with fellow supporters in the lawn outside the University Medical Center where Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims are being treated after the shooting Saturday, January 8, 2011.
Mountain View's Aaron Anderson, #31, left, drives the ball past Ryan Gray, #50, during the Northwest Desert Classic boys basketball championship game at Mountain View High School Tuesday, December 30, 2008. Sabino won 60-56.
Tucson's Christine Clark, #24, center, reacts with her teammates on the bench during the the fourth quarter of the 5A-I girls basketball tournament quarterfinal game at Cholla High School on Feb. 26, 2010.
No. 19: Arizona 82, Robert Morris 56 -- Margin: 26. Date: Dec. 22, 2010. How it happened: Jesse Perry and Derrick Williams (pictured) combined for 33 points, 13 rebounds, three assists, a steal, a block and maybe a kitchen sink (we're still looking into that one) as Arizona shot exactly 50 p…
Margin: 26Date: Dec. 22, 2010How it happened: Jesse Perry and Derrick Williams (pictured) combined for 33 points, 13 rebounds three assists, a steal, a block and maybe a kitchen sink (we're still looking into that one) as Arizona shot exactly 50 percent from the field and held Robert Morris …
Isabel Peck, 3, sits on Santa Claus's lap and asks for Barbie toys at the Foothills Mall Friday, December 11, 2009. Photo by Jill Torrance/Arizona Daily Star
Spam Musubi rolls are a special offered at Mama’s, which is opening a third location next month in Marana.
Former Tucson High School sports star Christine Clark, shown here competing in the 300 meter hurdles, will play basketball with her Harvard squad in Tempe in the ASU Classic on Dec. 7-8 - but that is the closest Harvard will come to Tucson.
Despite Arizona swimming coach Eric Hansen, right, taking a leave of absence - the team continues to do well recruiting.
Former Arizona swimming coach Eric Hansen.
Instructor M Craig shows off the lips she made during the origami workshop for beginners at Bookmans on Speedway Friday, March 20, 2009.
Five-month-old Emily Petitt plays with an origami butterfly that her father made during the origami workshop for beginners at Bookmans on Speedway Friday, March 20, 2009.
D. Thomas Higgins of Retronica tests and calibrates a Citation preamplifier at his shop. He’ll give a talk on Saturday on how America was shaped by entertainment.
Toxic Ranch Records owner Bill Sassenberger says that by the end of the year the store will be leaving its location of more than 22 years. The shop may relocate to a smaller space and will continue online and mail-in sales.
Toxic Ranch Records, established to promote underground music, is remodeling to accommodate live performances.
Linda Ronstadt's tour programs from 1983 and 1984 at the University of Arizona's Esquire Apartments photographed Tuesday, April 19, 2011. Ronstadt has donated her collection of artifacts from her time with Nelson Riddle to the UA School of Music.
Linda Ronstadt's What's New album on top of the hand-copied orchestra parts for "What's New" by Ronstadt arranged by Nelson Riddle at the University of Arizona's Esquire Apartments photographed Tuesday, April 19, 2011. Ronstadt has donated her collection of artifacts from her time with Nelso…
UDALL PARK EXPANSION — Mary Toole, right, and Wendy Elliott pet their dog, Kesh, a German Shepherd/Husky mix, as they listen to live music during the No More Homeless Animals Day event at Udall Park Saturday, August 30, 2008.
TUCSON CHILDREN'S MUSEUM — Dawson Netz, 7, looks through a microscope in the "Mind Your Own Body" exhibit at the Tucson Children's Museum Friday, June 20, 2008.
PIMA COUNTY ANIMAL CARE CENTER IMPROVEMENTS — Connor Wik, 6, checks out the adoptable cats with his mom Michelle Wik at the Pima County Animal Care Center Tuesday August 4, 2009.
Charron Vineyards & Winery, 18585 S. Sonoita Highway, will be harvesting grapes this Saturday, and volunteers are invited to join in the harvest. The event runs 5:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Smith was a three-year starter with two of those years spent starting both ways. His biggest impact came on offense where he caught 93 passes for 1,327 yards and 13 touchdowns to set school records in all three categories.
A two-time All-State player who received first-team honors for both offense and defense as a senior, Epling (Not pictured) still holds CDO’s career (15) and single-game (4) records for interceptions.
Steve Nash's eye is healing after Spur's Tim Duncan accidently hit him in game four in the semi-finals during practice in the Annexus Group Practice Court at US Airways Center Saturday, May 15, 2010.
No. 82 Christine Clark: Making the All-Ivy League basketball first team as a sophomore at Harvard, the Tucson High grad scored 15.3 points per game and was averaging 16.5 after 11 games.
Jack Cole dominated opponents as a Sahuaro senior with a 94 mph fastball. But he's been slowed by injuries since, and he will look to start over at New Mexico next season.
The six Ra Sushi locations, including at La Encantada, are donating their profits Friday and Saturday to help the families of the Prescott firefighters killed in the Yarnell Hill fire.
Jana Bennett looks at the minerals on display at the Treasures of the Queen exhibit at the Flandrau: The UA Science Center and The Mineral Museum Thursday, March 4, 2010.
La Calle Pesqueira es un nuevo andador peatonal en Nogales, Sonora. Aunque los negocios aún escasean, los propietarios de algunos comercios aseguran que hay una mejoría, y al parecer los turistas empiezan a superar el miedo a la violencia asociada con la ciudad.
This was how Harrison Yocum's yard looked when he lived there.
The El Tiradito shrine in Barrio Viejo on Main Ave. Friday, May 30, 2008.
The music of mellow rockers Greyhound Soul will waft from the Monterey Court stage during Friday's Miracle Mile Open House & Tour.