If you're looking for a fun way to burn some calories, you should try Zumba.
A group trains at the Arch on Jan. 29, 2008, for "Master the Met," a 42-floor stair climbing race at the Metropolitan Square building that benefits the American Lung Association. Photo by Sarah Conard
Looking for an inexpensive kick start to your health and wellness plan for the year?
Flowing Wells High seniors Makayla Anderson, left, and Tori Harmon inspect greenhouse tomatoes grown as part of an agricultural program at the school. Members of the advanced class act as greenhouse managers, inspecting the work of the beginning class.
Rebekka Nicolay uses a vibrating battery-operated toothbrush to stimulate tomato buds to pollinate, taking the place of bees in the greenhouse.
At Flowing Wells High, Demaso Vargas steadies the ladder as Brittany Maas adjusts the height of a tomato plant during a class.
Flowing Wells Superintendent Nic Clement says his stroke came at the perfect time.
Nightfall: Harvest of Fear — Old Tucson Studios, 201 S. Kinney
Road. Live shows, haunted attractions. 6-10 p.m. Oct. 29. 6
p.m.-midnight Oct. 30-31. $24; $20 for ages 11 and under.
The prospect of being in a bicycle race has pushed a dozen
youngsters into an intense 12-week training program that aims to
motivate them to stay fit for life.
Many events offer discounted tickets for students, seniors,
military and others. Call venue for details.
Finding designer labels such as Dolce & Gabbana and Giorgio
Armani on the racks at Sequels Upscale Resale clothing boutique is