Visitors at the Govinda's Natural Food Restaurant had a chance to have a Thanksgiving dinner with the live turkey -Teeloc The Turkey-who walk between tables at the restaurant. Nov. 28, 1996.
Desert View High School students are studying the Native American aspect of Thanksgiving. Students having an early Thanksgiving dinner they prepared at school. Photo by Sergey Shayevich.11-25-97.
Padres GM Mike Feder said, "I've tried to avoid saying this is the end. I would rather say it's the end of this chapter."
The younger brother of another Sahuaro standout in Barry Bacon, Omar shined even more than his brother as he led the Cougars to a co-state championship. Bacon, the All-Southern Arizona Player of the Year and Tucson Citizen Most Valuable Player in 1994, rushed for 1,578 yards, gained 290 on r…
Gooch may be one of the best all-around football players to ever play in Southern Arizona. The do-it-all star was a running back, slot receiver and defensive back and even a kicker for the Sabercats. As a junior in the 1998 4A state championship game, Gooch rushed for 92 yards and a score, i…
MacPherson compiled over 2,500 yards through the air and 800 yards on the ground over three seasons as a Mountain Lion, earning a scholarship to play at Wake Forest. A four-year letter winner and three year starter for the Demon Deacons, MacPherson led Wake Forest to back-to-back winning sea…
Once ranked the 30th-best running back in the country by Super Prep, Schmidtke was a two-time Arizona Republic state player of the year and a two-time Arizona Daily Star Southern Arizona player of the year in 1992 and 1993. As a senior, the 5-foot, 10-inch, 190-pound running back was the 4A …
A two-time All-State honorable mention in 1999 and 2000, Limon recorded 136 tackles, 36 for loss, two interceptions and five sacks as a senior. Limon redshirted at Arizona in 2001, switched from linebacker to fullback in 2002 and lettered from 2003-2005. Limon's best year statistically as a …
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The 1996 file photos shows a mural by Theresa Smith displayed inside the Arizona Daily Star newsroom.
Members of the UA Class of 1948 whoop it up during the commencement of the class of '98 at McKale Center. They were honored on their class's 50th Anniversary. Graduates use silly string to celebrate 1998 UA graduation ceremony at McKale center.
More than 1,700 students attended 1998 UA graduation ceremony at McKale Center.
UA students,break out "Silly String" to celebrate their graduation during the UA 115th Commencement at McKale Center Dec. 19, 1996.
Faustino Mendez helps his son Alejandro, 4 to hold the binocular as they enjoying the view from the "A" Mountain. Photo by Sergey Shayevich. Photo taken on 11-28-99.
Star News--Don Hargrove,23 (left) and Jack Schwarzel,25 both Pima College students talking in the Ramada on A-Mountain as they watch the sunset Thursday evening.Photo by Sergey Shayevich. 11-21-96. Sentinel Peak, Copyright 1996 The Arizona Daily Star
Arcosanti currently consists of about 14 primary buildings and has a population of 90. Paolo Soleri originally conceived an ecologically sensitive community of thousands. Arcosanti is about 70 miles north of Phoenix, in Cordes Junction.
An overview of the Cafe in Arcosanti. (Photo by Sergey Shayevich, Arizona Daily Star)
From left, Alice Levine , Elena Weissman, 9 and Paul Weissman from New Jersey enjoyed the view at the Cafe in Arcosanti in 1997. (Photo by Sergey Shayevich, Arizona Daily Star.)
The Arcosanti galleries offer spectacular displays of bronze and ceramic windbells. (Photo by Sergey Shayevich, Arizona Daily Star.)
From left, Francis Martineau, Delisa Myles, Paul Moore, Jaine Lee and Will Duncan during rehearsal of "Moon , Mirrors , Sun " in Arcosanti. The Amphitheater Music Center is located on Interstate 17 to exit 262 at Cordes Junction, 65 miles north of Phoenix. (Photo by Sergey Shayevich, Arizona…
Arcosanti has tiny patios where people can enjoy the view in a tranquill atmosphere. (Photo by Sergey Shayevich, Arizona Daily Star)
The town of Arcosanti as seen at sunrise; the community was founded in 1970 by Italian-born Phoenix architect Paolo Soleri, who envisioned it as the eventual home of 7,000 people. As a prototype community to have people close to their work and interacting rather than driving. This community …
Butler's Brandon Miller,#4, and UA's Jason Gardner,#22, battle for the ball as Butler's Joel Cornette,#33, and Loren Woods look on during second half of UA vs. Butler second round NCAA game in Kansas City, March 18, 2001.
Parseghian family ( l-R) Christa 6, Mike, Cindy and Marcia, 8 pose in front of their house in 1996.
Ski Valley on the Mount Lemmon Oct. 27, 1996. Sergey Shayevich/Arizona Daily Star
Two feet of snow covered the ground near Molino Basin Feb. 28, 1997. Sergey Shayevich/Arizona Daily Star
Walter and Gerry Grassie graduated from ASU and have lived in Tucson for 30 years. On ASU game day they put a giant Sparky the Sun Devil in their front yard. Photo taken on 11-23-98.
-Carol Ann Bostick (center) crosses the finish line of El Tour de Tucson in 1996.
Tucson has always supported PGA events, even with obscure names such as Gabriel Hjertstedt, above, at Tucson National.
Heavy traffic of visitors, cars and horse rides in 1997.
Wilbur and Wilma Wildcat are riding on a football helmet float as they wave at the crowd along the parade path during the home coming festivities.
Guitarist Bret Domrose ,drummer Rob Mailhouse,and bassist Keanu Reeves during Rock Band Dogstar concert at Club Congress in Hotel Congress in 1997.
Cyclists use the bike path on Rillito River Park.