Read past articles featured in Tucson Lifestyle Magazine!
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- Preserve and Protect - “Historic preservation can be electrifying!” says Demion Clinco, president of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation Board. “It adds rich shades and tones to our streets. It’s dynamic and alive.” (click here to continue reading)
- Read Into It - “We transform lives,” says Betty Stauffer, executive director of Literacy Connects. “We are committed to improving our community through literacy. We want to increase awareness of the need for literacy and get more people involved.” (click here to continue reading)
- All In The Family - For what they bring to Tucson, family businesses and families in the same line of work are the treasures that make this community a living legacy to both the past and present. From dentistry to design to navigating the law, here’s a look at three incredible families who share a passion for the same profession. (click here to continue reading)
- Money Matters - Whether thirtysomething or nearing retirement, local expert Thomas Gosnell offers up financial planning advice for all stages of life. (click here to continue reading)
- Sky Guy - “Even in third grade I was reading astronomy books,” recalls Don McCarthy. “I was in high school during the missions to the moon and the satellite program, and that was so inspirational to me.” (continue reading)
- Housing Hope- Imagine this scenario: your child has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness and has to be treated at a hospital far away from your home. (continue reading)
- Sinking His Teeth Into Jazz - “Keeping jazz alive — that is my passion,” says Jeff Lewis, D.D.S., past president of the Tucson Jazz Society.
- The Art of Volunteering - Looking for a great excuse to brush up on your art history? Maybe you have exemplary people skills you’d like to put to further use. In either case, being a volunteer docent at the Tucson Museum of Art (TMA) could be the perfect fit!
- Aging to Perfection - Groucho Marx famously said, “Anyone can get old. All you have to do is live long enough.” However, the challenge is to still remain healthy and vital. We spoke to three Tucson experts on aging who share the results of years of research findings.
- A Scientific American - When Martha Gilliland, Ph.D., sets a goal, she achieves it. Her accomplishments include advising a President of the United States and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. She has been a geologist, educator, research scientist, a university administrator, and recently retired as Vice President at Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA).