Here's what to expect at the new pizza and wine bar.
Bruegger's Bagels drapes the flag around its classic bagels.
Man stole purse off chair, jumped fence to get away.
La Encantada shop had been open eight years.
Fashion designer's store is coming next week to La Encantada.
July 1 through 8 is Freedom Week at Pima Animal Care Center. There's no adoption fee for the first 50 animals adopted (the standard $15 licensing fee still applies for adult dogs). Once PACC reaches 51 adoptions, the base adoption fee for July will be $30 – and every adopter will get a chanc…
La Encantada store is projected to open in August.
Buy a cocktail, get a Tootsy Maki at Ra Sushi in La Encantada.
Coldwater Creek has begun liquidation sales at its Park Place and La Encantada stores as the company prepares to close its 350 stores nationwide as well as its website.
Barre3, a global fitness studio that combines yoga, Pilates and ballet barre workouts, will open its first Arizona location at La Encantada, 2905 E. Skyline Drive, on Monday.
Along with hosting fun events such as the play “Jack and the Beanstalk,” Mildred & Dildred toy store is tackling a serious subject.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is hosting its annual Paws for the Holidays Celebration from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at La Encantada, 2905 E. Skyline Drive.
Goldies, a new locally owned boutique for men, women and children, has opened across from RA Sushi at La Encantada shopping center at East Sunrise Drive and North Campbell Avenue.
Mildred & Dildred Toy Store, located at La Encantada shopping center, 2905 E. Skyline Drive, is hosting a 'Desert Dwellers' party at 10:30 a.m. November 2.
A police officer, an EMT and a member of the U.S. Border Patrol will be honored Thursday at the sixth annual Heroes Day ceremony.
Integrative Touch for Kids, a nonprofit organization that supports children with special medical needs and their families, hosted a Butterfly Release Party Sunday at La Encantada, at East Skyline Drive and North Campbell Avenue.
It's nice to take visiting family and friends to some of our local attractions. It's nicer to save money while doing it.
Frost co-founders Jeffrey Kaiserman, left, and Stephen Ochoa flank gelato master Nazario Melchiondia at their Skyline Drive location.
Haitham Alghunaim: "I always have a sweet tooth from chocolate to ice cream, and I've loved ice cream as a child."
A Kuwaiti businessman on winter vacation in Tucson happened upon Frost A Gelato Shoppe and went home with a new business venture.