Everyone calls Jane Pitts “Ozma.”
Democracy is a great form of government.
Amy Dickinson is a Big Deal.
So I am just going to cut to the chase — I am in no mood to write.
Maribel Cervantes typically isn’t at a loss for friends.
Cold. Warm. Downright chilly.
The cobbler is worth a return visit.
Cowgirls are tough, no doubt about it.
A guide to Kristen Cook’s brain — Credit: KRisten Cook
Sometimes the traffic whizzing past is calming, like listening to ocean waves.
Being stuck in a military uniform for nearly a decade helped fashion design student Soo Kim develop her sense of style.
It’s dreamy. It’s sinful. It’s Piazza Gavi’s version of tiramisu.
There is, perhaps, no more special torture than watching your kids play sports.
Editor’s note: This is the first of a recurring series that looks at Tucson’s unique shopping spots.
A new year always brings new resolutions — and a fresh sense of panic.
This time of year is all about the easy apps.
UA logo blanket, $31.99 at The University of Arizona BookStores, 1209 E. University Blvd., 621-2426, uabookstores.arizona.edu. The Wildcat fan on your list will enjoy snuggling up while watching games.
Scarves are one accessory that give you some serious bang for your buck.
Now here’s a word that sends shivers down a parent’s spine — sleepover.
The Old Pueblo is nothing if not casual.
Streetcar construction downtown is done.
When it comes to pizza, plain pepperoni is just plain passé.
The Fluffer sparkling wine, $25.99 at the RumRunner, 3131 E. First Street, 326-0121, rumrunnertucson.com, or take a road trip to Arizona Hops and Vines, 3450 Highway 82, Sonoita. 1-888-569-1642, azhopsandvines.com. Sweet and crisp, this is a holiday in a bottle.
Longtime friends Theresa Mary Fischer and April Bourie have separately enjoyed the Tucson Botanical Gardens Luminaria Nights. This year they’re banding together for the tradition.
Turkey and stuffing aren’t dishes native to Congo. • You won’t find marshmallow-covered sweet potatoes on tables in Iran. • Thanksgiving and all its yummy trimmings are uniquely American, but the idea of celebrating with food — especially recipes lovingly handed down from generation to gener…
Holidays are the perfect time for drama — we’re talking the facial, not familial, kind.
Sugarplums don’t exactly dance in their heads, but Don Scheer and Tina Owyoung do dream of lots of other sweet treats.
Curling your hair can be such a pain in the ... arm.
Downtown boutique Inner Tie is sort of like a fashion speak-easy.
There comes a time in every UA coed’s life — oh, about two hours after graduation — that she realizes midriff-bearing Wildcat T-shirts and tube tops are a thing of the past.
Day of the Dead has arrived.
The Chicago Dog brims with tomatoes, onions, sport peppers and super-green relish.
Rather than wrapping the meat in bacon, diced bacon tops the Sonoran hot dog.
Fall arrives early in the retail world.
Your greatest fashion accessories are right at your fingertips.
One entire bookcase in my house is dedicated to cookbooks. • Tucked in among them is a clear, plastic folder labeled “Places I Will Eat At Someday.” One of the oldest clippings is from a 2005 Bon Appetit magazine, spotlighting eateries in Kauai. It took me seven years, but I finally ate at Puka Dog.
They’re sweet, they’re fun, but they’re actually kind of a pain — if you’re trying to photograph them.
Go check the bank balance — Angel Charity for Children has a big shopping fundraiser cooking on Wednesday.
The “green” recycling trend amuses Eleonor Leon.
Its Latin name is larrea tridentata.
Nothing’s quite as persnickety as a kid’s palate.
Anne Johnson is the ultimate multi-hyphenate.
It was quite the baking brouhaha.
Some people live for the gym.
When the voting ended at 10 p.m. Sunday, Grandma Tony’s defeated Frog and Firkin for the chompianship, 1,736 to 1,624.
Sugar Sweet Bakery’s peach jam cake is enough to make a lifelong chocolate lover rethink that commitment.