Ryan Davidson gives back by playing with Pepper the puppy.
With holiday cookies and party appetizers calling your name, it’s not too hard to imagine stepping into the new year with a waistline reminiscent of Santa himself.
The story “18 weddings for one couple,” published on Sunday on Page E6, incorrectly stated how long Chris and Roberta O’Key have been married. The couple celebrate their 17th anniversary this year.
For Amy Pike, wearing an apron does not mean sacrificing personal style.
After a messy divorce ended her first marriage, Roberta O’Key swore she would never marry again.
Laurie and Lisa Designs started to sparkle when people began buying jewelry off of Laurie Wetterschneider’s neck.
Contact reporter Johanna Willett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-4357.
Sweaters, socks and shampoo might not make the average wish list to Santa, but for some Tucson seniors, those simple items can bring holiday cheer.
Navigating the fashion world still takes some buckling up for longtime model Camerone Parker.
At The Parlour, the new fro-yo shop on Fourth Avenue, you can indulge in peace.
Fabbians Ebbele’s family opened a soul food restaurant offering brisket and ribs about the time he stopped eating most meats.
Men’s fall fashion doesn’t have to follow the hot trends strutted across runways in New York or Paris. It’s hot enough here in the desert as is.
Maybe you’re sick of pumpkin by now, but we most certainly are not. If you’re in the mood for the taste of autumn, venture beyond the pumpkin spice latte.
By day, the scaffolding around Old Main reminds passersby of the university’s rich history and forward movement. By night, when the Mall is silent, and the students have gone, some may feel a ghostly presence.
Colorful candy is a standby topping, but chia and flax seeds are popular fro-yo garnishes for the health-conscious.
Every once and a while, as Leza Carter strolls between fourth- and fifth-graders at farm camp, she scans the farm looking for her son, Nico Powell.
If ever there comes a day when Bill Fry cannot stand in front of his Learning Curve class, his students promise to wheel him in.
Dressing up to see ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ is a quirky Christmas tradition at the Loft Cinema.This year, Christmas comes early.
Lifelong learners at Tucson Oasis will have to go somewhere else to get an education.
We chatted with big-time fashion designer Betsey Johnson at Tucson Fashion Week last weekend. Known for designs that are, in her own words, “pretty, punky and pink,” Johnson met the press in a simple black dress, leopard print wedges and ample jewelry. She shared some of the jewels that stud…
When Jan Bingen sits down to crochet a king-sized afghan, it is a distraction.
For Jesse, a yellow Labrador retriever, a walk at Morris K. Udall Regional Park is a tail-wagging good time — especially when children want to pet him.
Long condemned as a dietary no-no, salt actually does the body some good.
The morning of an important event, you wouldn’t dig through your closet and pick the clothes crumpled at the bottom.
The three-day extravaganza of culture that explodes throughout downtown during Tucson Meet Yourself can get a tad overwhelming. Don’t get hung up on trying to see (or taste!) it all. This year, many of the performances, though not all, are organized by genre. The schedule that follows tells …
Gourds might not jump to your mind as snazzy home decor, but these hand-carved and painted bowls aren’t your typical produce. Embellished with horses, this bowl can freshen up a table for $250 at A Perfect Pantry, 21 E. Congress St.
Day to day, Melanie Sutton wears a white Brooks Brothers dress shirt with slacks or a skirt — jeans if she can swing it.
Tell a story and meet, well, yourself.
When Jim Griffith started hunting for local performers for the first Tucson Meet Yourself 40 years ago, he wasn’t looking for polish or glitz.
Chris Wangensteen-Eklund greets her customers with Southern charm.
Even as summer fades, you can still keep that sun-kissed glow. You just don’t want to look like you took a dip in a pool of orange paint.
The Earth revolves around the sun. The moon revolves around the Earth. Elementary stuff, but sometimes it takes a keen eye and some good, old-fashioned luck to capture this cosmic handiwork. A fancy camera helps, too.
Winterhaven is known for its top-notch decorating at Christmas, but some residents also pull out all of the stops as soon as summer gives way to fall.
DIY with essential oils takes going green to a whole new level — essentially, you go clean.
For lifelong chili lover Laura Ianello, kidney beans and hamburger swimming in a tomato base just won’t do it.
Children make the best spies when toting cameras.
Depending on what you order at Gentle Ben’s Brewing Company’s new gelato shop, you just might get carded.
When Tucson Meet Yourself celebrates 40 years of international taste-testing next month, expect a side of stars and stripes.
Sometimes, mornings are playtime for Deborah Tenino, a mom-on-the-go and restaurant owner.
Under the soft glow of a red stoplight, romance novels finally wooed Amy Bright.
It’s the ultimate place for girl talk.
Sling a snapshot of the Southwest over your shoulder with this cotton tote. A Spanish mission, desert flowers, and a grinning seorita in traditional Mexican garb decorate this $29.95$29.95, one-pocket purse. If you want to take the essence of the desert with you when you travel, head on over…
It's not for the faint of heart. Or the slackerly.
Will Murdoch remembers perusing his mom’s spice cabinet as a 4 year old.
This faithful friend will stay perched on the couch, waiting for a hug.
Nothing says fashion and function like a hat.
A calm mind, closed eyes, and some inner soul-searching all come with the territory in a church.
When you're sprawled on a beach towel poolside, chances are you've smeared on some white goop in an attempt to fight sunburn.
W. John Cocke devoted decades to exploring the cosmos through equations and cutting-edge telescopes.
Sydney Ballesteros started shopping vintage in yard sales and thrift stores back when her mom still bought her clothes.