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  • The Inn Crowd The Inn Crowd A historic property has opened its doors to visitors who wish to enjoy the downtown Renaissance. Romi Carrell Wittman Amy Draper didn’t set out to become the proprietor of a boutique hotel in Tucson’s historic downtown, but it’s a job that has become her passion. An eighth-generation Tucsonan, Draper has an abiding appreciation for our city’s unique culture ...
  • People: Autumn Ruhe People: Autumn Ruhe Q&A Autumn Ruhe / Owner of Mildred & Dildred Photo by Thomas Veneklasen Q: Where were you born? Sioux Falls, South Dakota. My dad was in residency at a hospital there. I was born in December, and from what I hear, it was pretty unbearably cold. We moved to Tucson when I was around three. Q: How did you become ...
  • 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. ...
  • Advice from Vets About Pets Advice from Vets About Pets Summers in the Southwest can be especially brutal on our four-legged family members. We asked some experts for their best advice on keeping our animal companions healthy and safe. Mary Minor Davis Care, Not Cars We know people like to take their fur babies out to run errands with them, but this is not a good idea if ...
  • 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 ...
  • Virtual Entertainment Virtual Entertainment At press time, due to federal, state and local regulations to control the spread of COVID-19, regular events, festivals and activities had been canceled, postponed, or rescheduled until later in the year, or even into 2021. Some May events were still slated, but the situation changes daily, so you should check websites and/or phone numbers ...
  • It’s Grow Time!

    It’s Grow Time!

    Starting out as teen entrepreneurs in Sahuarita, these landscape pros have built a thriving business. Elena Acoba Chalk one up for a hard-work ethic, the driving force behind three former Sahuarita teens who grew up to be leaders in Arizona …
  • Virtual Entertainment

    Virtual Entertainment

    At press time, due to federal, state and local regulations to control the spread of COVID-19, regular events, festivals and activities had been canceled, postponed, or rescheduled until later in the year, or even into 2021. Some May events were …
  • Advice from Vets About Pets

    Advice from Vets About Pets

    Summers in the Southwest can be especially brutal on our four-legged family members. We asked some experts for their best advice on keeping our animal companions healthy and safe. Mary Minor Davis Care, Not Cars We know people like to …

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