Are you planning to hit the stores before the crack of dawn Friday morning? Are you planning to leave the Thanksgiving dinner dishes on the table to begin your shopping today?
Are you planning to hit the stores before the crack of dawn Friday morning? Are you planning to leave the Thanksgiving dinner dishes on the table to begin your shopping Thursday?
Tell us about it.
Centsible Mom Angela Pittenger will tweet her experiences Friday, but we’d be interested in yo…
Esther Sternberg will talk about “How Our Surroundings Influence Happiness and Health” in the third in a series of five lectures on happiness. The lecture is at 6:30 p.m. today at the Fox Theatre, 17 W. Congress St.
It was a Saturday afternoon at Tucson Meet Yourself in the late 1970s. I was standing by the main stage, watching group of Philipino dancers leaping back and forth across moving bamboo poles. Behind the stage, the Voloshky Dancers of the Ukrainian-American Club were standing in full costume,…
There was a rash of unusual sentences in 1922. Judges decided convicted criminals and society would be better served by learning lessons instead of being locked away. Of course, these lessons were generally meted out to those convicted of non-violent crimes, but not always.
The Air Force requires all members to be 'fit to fight', but not everyone lifts weights, hits a punching bag or runs on a treadmill. One Airman gives the phrase a different meaning.
A new blog from Davis-Monthan airmen begins today online, “Airmen in your community.”
Big Jim Griffith’s history and folklore blog, “Our Storied Desert Land,” continues today at azstarnet.com/bigjim
According to the Chase Calendar of Events, today is "Happiness Happens Day." We can all use a little more happiness. Take a break from the serious news and find something beautiful or fun to ease your mind. Pay attention to the good things that happen around you.
Former Wildcat basketball player Sean Elliott is No. 2 on the list of biggest water users in San Antonio according to an article on mysanantonio.com as revealed in December. After two years of drought that is stretching into a third year, that's not a list one wants to be on, especially when…