Summer vacation's almost here, and it's time to dig in - to books.
Bacon's everywhere it shouldn't be - ice cream, coffee, apple pie, even vodka.
Bowing down to all things porky.
People know Amy Dowe by her running shoes.
Stupid Mother's Day. The older I get, the crankier I get about the - let's put it in quotes, shall we? - "holiday."
In the end, Pima Community College's fairy-tale-themed fashion show will be fanciful and fun, but getting there has been anything but a fantasy. It's hard work. "The students feel like it's chaotic and that they have so much to do and not enough time to do it," said Yekatherina Bruner, the a…
He sat, a gray plastic cape draped over him, head bowed and giggling so hard his body shook.
Call it taco and tequila Thursdays, and it kicks off today.
Every Wednesday, before Kenneth Armstrong puts together his pop-up clothing shop at the Wednesday downtown farmers market, he slips the medicine man who sells dreamcatchers a buck. Armstrong asks the medicine man to bless his booth from the elements.
You don't need to be Bigfoot to eat at The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen. But it helps. Entrees arrive on platters. Burgers - including one with two grilled cheese sandwiches in lieu of a bun - teeter so high that you practically need unhinging jaws. Unless you've got a sasquatch-sized stomach, th…
As the name implies, everything is big coming from Aaron May's kitchen.
We huddled in the dark, breathing deeply, nervously.
More than a few of my friends have husbands who cook. These gals think they're pretty lucky.
Daglio's is done; victim of high operating costs
Cindy Hall always considered herself a cat person. Now she's a greyhound gal.
I sat, in my darkened bedroom, trying to write something Pulitzer-Prize winning.
Owner blames increased operating costs.
When we first heard that North restaurant was undergoing a makeover, fear gripped us - well, specifically our stomachs.
Reimagined Sam Fox restaurant keeps some of our favorites and adds new favorites.
Here's IMDb's synopsis of the 2010 movie "Date Night" starring Tina Fey and Steve Carell:
Ed Adams has quite the souvenirs from his days working at Old Tucson: six knee surgeries, a herniated disc, a limp.
It was news to Adam Mansbach that he's participating in not one, not two, but three panels at this weekend's Tucson Festival of Books.
If meat's what's for dinner, then Bruce Aidells' cookbook is what you want on the bookshelf.
Hey, kids, head on over to the comics for a few minutes. I know this kinda looks like a cartoon, but see all the words? Not a comic, so scoot on through the paper, OK?
When it comes to food trucks, this much is true: If the Airstream's a-rockin', do come a-knockin'.
Justin Macy fooled his way into Miraval.
Agustin Brasserie does French food fabulously, but there's much to be desired when it comes to service.
Kathy Gowin knows how to shine.
"How Italian Food Conquered the World" by John F. Mariani (Palgrave Macmillan, $16) is for readers who like their recipes on the side.
Sweet. That's the name of the game for weddings, and not "sweet" in a sentimental, pull-out-the-baby-photos-of-the-bride-and-groom way.
As a child, Jennifer Ward wrote and illustrated her own books - starring the family pets - but she never dreamed she could grow up and do it for real.
A good farmers market is a beautiful thing.
That's it. I'm done. I'm officially throwin' in the towel. The dusting towel. It makes absolutely no difference anyway. Cleaning my house was, is and always will be an incredibly thankless, pointless job - as long as it's full of kids and dogs.
Nothing signals freedom, independence and impending adulthood like your very own car.
River Road location to open Wednesday with a bar serving beer and wine.
Well, look at that. It's January and the world didn't end. So much for the Mayan calendar end-o'-the-world predictions. Although, the truth is, people - well, at least the citizens of Pima County - don't know how very, very close they came to being buried alive ... by dirty clothes. Generate…
Sean Draper starts off each morning with a hot dog.
It's almost Christmas. Oh, fa. ... la la. Don't get me wrong - I love Christmas, I do. It just makes me break out in hives and hyperventilate because there's so much to do. So much. And while kids can make the holidays a whole lot more fun, they also increase the difficulty level. Exponentially.
Love. Laugh. Care. Share. The quartet of words - interspersed with puffy red hearts - made up the logo on the posters for the recent Family Arts & Music Experience held on the Children's Museum grounds downtown.
Editor's note: This is part of an occasional series about Tucson's touristy spots from a local's perspective.
Not to brag, but I got carded the other day. OK, who am I kidding - I'm totally bragging. But give me this little ray of sunshine. I need it. Everything about my life, including my age - most especially my age - reeks of … middle age.
Arizona Hops and Vines' event includes live music and car show.
Chef Janos Wilder brings favorite dish back to life as a dinner special next week.
Mustaches - they're not just for faces anymore. Curled at the ends, thick, thin, no matter the 'stache style, they're all in. And recently, they've been popping up everywhere - on mugs, clothes, even phone cases.
Mall creates winter wonderland every weekend through Christmas.
Editor's note: Today we debut Kristen Cook's occasional column, "The Minivan Momologues," her take on parenting.
Some might say "hmmmm," we say "mmmmmm" to what's being created at the former Reilly Funeral Home.