You will never, ever run out of reading material in Pima County.
Some “Tales from the Morgue” series are now available as eBooks along with some other Arizona Daily Star special sections. Click the links bel…
For the third year, kids are hunting the elusive traveler.
July's selections span murder, mining, a biblical flood and more
“Dorothy Parker’s Last Call” continues through July 19 at Live Theater Workshop.
If you've ever shared a bedroom, you can relate to Chris Gall’s new book “Dog vs. Cat.”
A librarian-salesperson describes offerings that appeal to youths
Author who spent her childhood with the indigenous Sonoran people has written a book.
Top Five Reasons to Foster a Dog
Want a portrait of your pet illustrated by Chris Gall? It could happen.
When Oro Valley native Jessica Hickam finished working as a production assistant on “Star Trek Into Darkness,” she had a “now what?” moment.
Netflix is working with DreamWorks Animation on children’s series “Dinotrux,” based on Tucsonan Chris Gall’s books that are filled with menaci…
It’s nearly summer, but the academic calendar is still heating up. The University of Arizona Press has a strong slate of new releases for anyo…
by John Irby
William C. Ross, 81, is a Tucson resident who spent 22 years working on- and off-air for radio stations in Knoxville, Tenn., Norfolk, Va., and…
Leona Claire Fuller kept journals from her days of dancing with the senior tap troupe The Hot Flashes.
“Bringing Out the Untold Life: Recollections of Mildred Reid Grant Gray” related to Claire E. Scheuren
In 1980, 7-year-old Matt Sams stood in Tucson’s Fantasy Comics store and twirled a spinrack of comics. When it stopped, he picked up the first…
Test your comic IQ with this quiz, developed by Samuel Lavelle at the Bookmans Entertainment Exchange warehouse, 5120 S. Julian Drive., Tucson.
Editor’s note: This is the next in our series exploring Tucson neighborhoods — the homes, the vibes, the people. Look for the Where We Live se…
CNN's Rafael Romo looks back at the life of Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
For a scientist, the universe is an exotic playground for physics and biology. For a writer, it’s a blank canvas with vast potential.