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Since 2010, Xerocraft "hackerspace" has welcomed frustrated engineers, curious tinkerers and do-it-yourselfers of all stripes to share ideas a…

Connor Barickman steps into Xerocraft, where do-it-yourselfers to share space, equipment and ideas. Xerocraft will join workspaces downtown to…

A mustache comb begins to take shape in a 3-D printer, which "prints" objects by building up layers of material.

Stephen Haynes, left, and Connor Barickman help as Jeremy Briddle troubleshoots a problem he's having making an 8-bit video game character usi…

Alex Barton uses a 3-D printer at Xerocraft to make a mustache comb that he designed to replace the one he lost. In addition to providing spac…

  • BENJIE SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

It could be a doughnut or strange inner tube. But then again, "Desert O," near City Hall, means whatever the viewer wants it to.

  • BENJIE SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

It could be a doughnut or strange inner tube. But then again, "Desert O," near City Hall, means whatever the viewer wants it to.

  • Angela Pittenger Arizona Daily Star

Many inventions that keep us going are based on the circle - things such as wheels, gears … even doughnuts. The circle is an organic shape. We see it in the sky, on our bodies, in our gardens - pretty much everywhere we look.

  • Alexis Huicochea Arizona Daily Star

CDO seniors heading to US culinary event

  • DAVID SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2011

The front entryway to the Manning House in downtown Tucson displays intricate architechtural designs. The house is selling for $2.48 million -…

  • Carli Brosseau Arizona Daily Star

One of the go-to spaces to hold events in Tucson, the historic Manning House, has been put on the market. It will host no events after July 11.

  • Carli Brosseau Arizona Daily Star

Sharks Nightclub on East Congress Street has closed, making it the first business casualty attributed to construction of the modern streetcar.

  • Alexis Huicochea Arizona Daily Star

TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone and other district representatives are in South Korea this week working on a student exchange program.

  • MAMTA POPAT / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

The closed-down building at 37 E. Pennington St. isn't much to look at, but that will change due to the Downtown Tucson Partnership's facade i…

  • COURTESY OF G+F ARCHITECTS

This artist's rendering shows the remodeled facade for City High School's expansion into the old Cele Peterson building at 37 E. Pennington St.

  • Carli Brosseau Arizona Daily Star

A Pennington Street building so unremarkable and crumbling that most Tucsonans probably have never noticed it is about to get a makeover. In i…

  • Carli Brosseau Arizona Daily Star

Enjoying a coffee or a cocktail and watching the street life unfold could soon become more common in downtown Tucson.

  • DAVID SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Beth Tucker enjoys the patio at Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails at 135 S. Sixth Ave. Restaurateur Janos Wilder said sidewalk seating is "a good i…

  • DAVID SANDERS /ARIZONA DAILY STAR FILE

Chef Janos Wilder is spotlighting Tucson cuisine in a series of sense of place menus at his Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails, 135 S. Sixth Ave. 

  • A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Star

Second-graders Jordan Murillo, left, and Carlos Rodriguez try to get the goo - paste made from water, wheat flour and sugar - off their hands.