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October 2017

Presenting the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Award Winners
Meet Laura Oldaker and Marcel Dabdoub, the Hispanic Business Woman and Man of the Year.

University of Arizona Homecoming Events
Calling all Wildcats! This guide will help you find all of the 2017 events planned for Homecoming.

In Health - Breast Cancer: Better Ways to Detect and Treat
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we asked writer Elena Acoba to speak with local experts to learn what’s new in this highly specialized field.

Mad About Modern
To help you celebrate Tucson Modernism Week, we preview just some of its affiliated events, ranging from dance to lectures on design, and
from film to home tours to a themed cocktail party … even a vintage trailer show!

Up Front
Notable: Kate Marquez
Not To Be Missed: Tucson Classic Car Show
Not To Be Missed: Tucson Film Fest
Shoptalk: Retro A Go-Go

Check out these events in October.

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

Event Preview: American Cancer Society’s Red & Blue Ball
See highlights from last year’s big fundraiser to whet your appetite for this year’s gala.

Special Section
Oro Valley: It’s the Place…
With opportunities for exploring nature, exercise, great restaurants, music, shopping, sports and more, the Town of Oro Valley offers something for everyone. This special section highlights just some of the myriad things there are to enjoy.

Ironing Things Out
For nearly a dozen years now, local chefs have competed to be crowned the Stella Artois Iron Chef Tucson. Writer Sarah Burton outlines the event, and talks with this year’s winner, Chef Travis Peters, and runner-up Chef Michael Elefante.

100 Taste
A comprehensive list of restaurants.

ABOUT THE COVER: Sean Barrett and Brittany Mazur at “Viewpoint,” which will be on the Tucson Modernism Week Home Tour. Photography by Tom Spitz. Photo Assistant Joseph Boldt. Styling by Monica Negri/ Hair and makeup by J. Scordato Salon. Special thanks to Tom’s Fine Furniture & Collectables (dress and props) and Dillard’s (men’s fashion).