September's Southern Arizona Author's roundup includes books about local ranches.
You will never, ever run out of reading material in Pima County.
Volunteers with a local humanitarian aid group stopped Border Patrol agents from entering their camp outside of Arivaca to search for people whose footprints they said they followed there.
Every April, as taxpayers claiming deductions for charitable gifts submit their IRS returns, I recall the words of a wealthy, now-deceased friend: “There are millions of Americans who, through no fault of their own, are condemned to live in dire circumstances, and I could use my resources to…
In a 1992 news article, Star columnist Bonnie Henry recalled her experience as a staff member who accompanied Shirley Temple Black for a an appearance at the Star's Book & Author event in 1988.
NEW YORK — Tom Clancy, whose high-tech, Cold War thrillers such as "The Hunt for Red October" and "Patriot Games" made him the most widely read and influential military novelist of his time, has died. He was 66.
As the Healthy You Network prepares for its next big event, a “Your Health, Your Planet” symposium, it is easy to see that the group, which emphasizes healthy living through a whole, plant-based diet, is getting ready for growth.
Sen. Edward M. "Teddy" Kennedy Jr., presents a $12,000 check to Douglas K. Kinsey, vice president for public affairs on Sunday, June 12, 1977 at Children's Hospital Medical Center making the formal dedication of one of the center's clean air rooms to young Kennedy in Boston. Teddy received t…
Kate Chopin in 1899, the year in which "The Awakening" was published. A few years later, she moved to 4232 McPherson Avenue, where she died on Aug. 22, 1904, at age 54. Missouri History Museum photo
DON’T MISS: “PHIL SPECTOR” — It’s not often that you find a TV movie boasting the acting talent of Al Pacino and Helen Mirren, and the writing of David Mamet, so this is to be savored. The film is more character study than courtroom drama as it explores the relationship between the oddball m…
One night, Deniece Schofield sat straight up in bed and told her husband, Jim, that she had solved the problem of the board game clutter.
True-crime writer Deanne Stillman doesn't seek out stories. They find her.
SALT LAKE CITY — Stephen R. Covey, author of “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People,” has died in Idaho three months after a serious bicycle accident in Utah.
Suzanne Hensel, author of a book on Summerhaven titled "Look to the Mountains," reflects on the Aspen fire on the porch of the Huntsman Cabin which survived the fire. It is the oldest on the mountain. It was completed in 1908. Photo by Ron Medvescek, Sept. 12, 2003
Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece will speak about anti-abortion
issues at a lunch in Tucson next week.
Simon Ortiz teaches at Arizona State University. Many of his
writings have received awards.
Pima Provost's speakers series continues with an artist and