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  • Light It Up Light It Up SCOTT BARKER A new exhibition at the Center for Creative Photography demonstrates how one gallery in New York City revolutionized the way we view photography. The year 1971 was a time for groundbreaking cultural changes, ranging from the airing of the first episode of Norman Lear’s beloved sitcom All in the Family, the first visitors entering the ...
  • Eyes on the Pies Eyes on the Pies Each of these distinctive local restaurants could win awards for their mouth-watering pizza by: Betsy Bruce Scordato’s Pizzeria It’s 10:50 on a Monday morning and cars are already pulling into the parking lot at Scordato’s Pizzeria, waiting for the 11 a.m. opening. It’s no surprise that an establishment bearing the name of legendary Tucson restaurateurs is so popular. ...
  • Light It Up Light It Up SCOTT BARKER A new exhibition at the Center for Creative Photography demonstrates how one gallery in New York City revolutionized the way we view photography. The year 1971 was a time for groundbreaking cultural changes, ranging from the airing of the first episode of Norman Lear’s beloved sitcom All in the Family, the first visitors entering the ...
  • Foot Notes Foot Notes Keeping your feet healthy involves preventive care, and knowing when to see a professional. by Kimberly Schmitz Think about feet for a moment. They are really quite a marvel. Twenty-six bones, 30 joints, more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments, and nearly 7,000 nerve endings all work together to get us where we want to go, test ...
  • Goes With the Territorial Goes With the Territorial Keeping what was good, and updating what was outdated, was the mission of this makeover. Romi Carrell Wittman The late 1970s — the era of shag carpet, laminate countertops, and avocado green appliances — saw a boom in territorial revival homes. An architectural style born in the desert Southwest during the 1930s, territorial revival is known for ...
  • Grape Expectations

    Grape Expectations

    Kimberly Schmitz These six restaurants have all been recently honored by Wine Spectator, making them a must-visit for oenophiles. Feast — BEST OF AWARD OF EXCELLENCE From humble beginnings as a carry-out restaurant, Feast has transformed into a 110-seat gourmet …
  • Painting the Town

    Painting the Town

    PHOTOS SUPPLIED BY JACK KULAWIK AND ERIC HINOTE Private Space II A vignette from a barrio dwelling, this work was the beginning of my painting local scenes and adding colors that actually might not be there. That technique helps me …
  • Light It Up

    Light It Up

    SCOTT BARKER A new exhibition at the Center for Creative Photography demonstrates how one gallery in New York City revolutionized the way we view photography. The year 1971 was a time for groundbreaking cultural changes, ranging from the airing of …
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  • Grape Expectations

    Grape Expectations

    Kimberly Schmitz These six restaurants have all been recently honored by Wine Spectator, making them a must-visit for oenophiles. Feast — BEST OF AWARD OF EXCELLENCE From humble beginnings as a carry-out restaurant, Feast has transformed into a 110-seat gourmet …
  • Painting the Town

    Painting the Town

    PHOTOS SUPPLIED BY JACK KULAWIK AND ERIC HINOTE Private Space II A vignette from a barrio dwelling, this work was the beginning of my painting local scenes and adding colors that actually might not be there. That technique helps me …
  • Light It Up

    Light It Up

    SCOTT BARKER A new exhibition at the Center for Creative Photography demonstrates how one gallery in New York City revolutionized the way we view photography. The year 1971 was a time for groundbreaking cultural changes, ranging from the airing of …