Gerald Rockwell is a self-taught stone sculptor. He began sculpting after a European trip where he explored many of the notable museums and ga…

Meet W. Mark Clark! President and CEO of Pima Council on Aging, who recently received the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Arizona Cha…

“This is one of the male cardinals that lives in my backyard,” says photographer Leslie Leathers. “I have two pairs, or ‘couples’ that have be…

I was hiking recently, enjoying the cool winter desert air and clear skies, and as sometimes happens, I got a little disoriented and thought I…

Fashion’s place in the arts is explored at the Phoenix Art Museum.

Meet Karla Morales! Director, Office of Multicultural Advancement — UArizona Division of Equity, Inclusion & Title IX and Chairwoman of th…

“This photo was taken by the Salt River in Tonto National Forest. These horses are wild, and there are several hundred of them in this area,” …

Jessica Tanner may not be an actual astronaut, but she definitely is an explorer of the creative kind.

If a certain 1930s gangster is on your mind this month, you’re not alone. He has become a part of our collective consciousness in the Old Pueblo.

When can we expect to see our usual parade of out-of-state license plates in Tucson? We asked the experts.

Get snap happy! There are many places in Tucson to take a sensational photo of your smiling self. Here are a few to check out.

BUSINESSES caught up in the BATTLE AGAINST COVID-19 have suf fered many losses. Some have managed to maintain their footing, while others have…

In 1909, Arizona was still a few years away from becoming a state, Tucson’s population hovered around 13,000, and the University of Arizona ha…

Check out some of the visual arts options you can see in person over the next few months.

Tucson is a land of opportunities— and struggles — for many who immigrate here.

Before there was a shopping center on East Broadway, just west of Alvernon, that site was the location of a resort hotel called El Conquistado…

A shining example of some of the best ways to help homeless people is the Center of Opportunity — a former 1980s hotel tower surrounded by new…

One singer/songwriter from Northern Arizona has already scaled the heights, and is ready for more.

“I took this photo on a hike one evening at the Douglas Spring Trail on Tucson’s eastside,” says photographer Leslie Leathers. “I’ve rarely se…

Since 2006, Pima County has had a plan to tackle the issues associated with homelessness in our community. Has any progress been made, and wha…

These five Tucson neighborhoods offer everything from eclectic architecture to historical connections to walking-distance amenities.

Several murals that recently went up around town have a lot to say about our times, and our community.

The self-taught artist was inspired by the vistas she saw while living in Sedona. 

Rising from humble, low-tech beginnings, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles — aka drones — have traveled far in the fields of warfare, law enforcement, …

In a desert environment, water is one of nature’s most valuable resources. We asked local experts to explain what is being done to ensure a sa…

Chances are, you may have even met Samantha at some point, and not even guessed her journey.

The great American writer Ralph Ellison said, “When I discover who I am, I’ll be free.” We talked with some transgender persons with Tucson co…

When the pandemic hit the Old Pueblo, many individuals and organizations answered the call to help out. Here are just some of the inspirationa…

Summers in the Southwest can be especially brutal on our four-legged family members. We asked some experts for their best advice on keeping ou…

The three finalists for Tucson Lifestyle’s Cover Dog 2020 each display a lot of heart, and a powerful bond with their human companions.

One local family celebrates the arrival of spring with an alfresco Easter brunch. 

Native Southwest plants and animals are rapidly disappearing from our area of the state. Jennifer Patton, a local landscape architect, and her…

AJ’s Fine Foods: Wednesdays 5-6 am (65+) Albertsons: Tuesdays and Thursdays 7-9 am Bashas: Wednesdays 6-7 am (65+) Cardenas: Every day 7-8 am …

All bars, gyms, food courts closed until further notice. AMC Theatres, Regal Movies: Closed for six to 12 weeks. Arizona Inn: Closed until Apr…

COVID-19 (CORONOVIRUS) Per the CDC, the virus that causes COVID-19 is spread between people who are in close contact with one another and thro…