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April 2015

Features
Journey to “I Do,” Chapter 3
Follow two couples on their paths
to the altar. This month, cake tastings were on the docket for both duos.

Art Seen
We Tucsonans love the visual arts, so Executive Editor Scott Barker gathered information on upcoming exhibits and events at local galleries and museums.

In Health: Managing Allergies:
News For Your Nose
Tucson is blessed/cursed with two hay fever seasons, and because of the rains we had this past winter, we’ve hit the pollen jackpot! Find out what local specialists can do to help you not only survive, but thrive.

2015 Culinary Awards

The votes are in: Tucsonans have indicated their favorite restaurants
in 36 different categories. Photos by Thomas Veneklasen of menu items and interiors from the top five restaurants will whet your appetite and may convince you to make reservations!


Up Front
Notable: Michael and Olga Block
Not To Be Missed: Puttin’ on the Dog

Special Report
Marana: A Town On The Go
Big things are in the works for our neighbors to the north! Writer Dave Sewell offers a look at the changes Marana has undergone and what’s to come, including how the town will manage its growth and lure high-tech businesses while retaining its agricultural roots.

Departments
Letters to the Editor

Event Previews

Mark your calendar for these upcoming fundraisers.

Datebook

What’s happening around Tucson this month, plus previews of upcoming events.

Spotlights

Check out these events in April.

Health Notes: Fiber For The Ages


Food
Tucson Lifestyle Presents Tucson Originals’ Chef Of The Month
Meet Mary Steiger, Executive Chef of Gourmet Girls Gluten Free Bakery/Bistro

Dining Guide

A comprehensive list of restaurants.

ABOUT THE COVER: Agustín Kitchen’s Fresh Naked Diver Scallops and Pork Cheek Bacon. Photo by Thomas Veneklasen.