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May 2016
A Dogged Pursuit
Four hundred and ten dogs (and their owners) came to La Encantada to strut before our judges in Tucson Lifestyle’s annual Cover Dog Contest. With entries ranging in size from teacup Chihuahuas and Yorkies to Great Pyrenees and Mastiffs, our panel had their hands full trying to select a winner (who you will meet on page 40). Check out some of the photogenic pups who visited us.
Cover Dog … Best Friend … Hero
Meet Barry, a Belgian Malinois, former Military Working Dog and Sergeant First Class, who was deployed in Operation Iraqi Freedom and went on 150
Remarkable Moms
Meet the ladies who were chosen by Tu Nidito as the Remarkable Moms of 2016.
In Health: Headaches: Know Your Enemy!
Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, fail! For some of us, traditional OTC pain medications just won’t cut it. Associate Editor (and migraine sufferer) Anne Kellogg spoke to local neurologists to learn about the main types of headache and what treatments are available
for each one.
Best Lawyers
Once again, we share the names of the Tucson lawyers who were selected by Woodward/White of Aiken, South Carolina, for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America list.

Up Front
Notable: Samuel Ireland
Not To Be Missed: The Great Comic Caper: A Chic Geek Affair

What’s happening around Tucson this month, plus previews of upcoming events.
Check out these events in May.

Tucson Lifestyle Presents Tucson Originals’ Chef of the Month
Meet Claire Johnson, Chef at Claire’s Café & Art Gallery
May the Source Be With You: Farm to Table in Tucson
We’ve all heard the phrase “farm-fresh,” but did you know there are local restaurants that obtain their veggies, fruits and even meats from Southern Arizona purveyors? Writer Mary Paganelli Votto talked with some local restaurateurs about how and where they source their local produce and meat.
Dining Guide
A comprehensive list of restaurants.