The men's store catering to UA students will close by Jan. 1 after this sale.
Bear Down Fridays starts its ninth season tonight.
Stretch of shops and restaurants has something for everyone.
Officer in video will be disciplined, chief says.
But one sergeant's shove is found to be "inappropriate."
Local merchants from four shopping districts along the new streetcar line — downtown, North Fourth Avenue, Main Gate Square and Mercado San Agustín — have joined forces to offer a summer discount program to Tucsonans sticking around during the hottest months.
Police release name
of officer seen in video
A mix of clouds and sun, but no rain, is in the forecast for this weekend’s Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair.
Hours of operation for Tucson’s modern streetcar could be extended to better coincide with bars’ closing time, officials say.
The Fourth Avenue Street Fair draws about 400 artisans from around the country.
Posner’s Art Store, the go-to art and architecture supply store for University of Arizona students, is celebrating its 100th year in business.
Tucson's Posner's Art Store is celebrating its 100th anniversary from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
Just in time for returning University of Arizona students, a 24-hour CVS Pharmacy opened Sunday at Main Gate Square.
Espresso Art Cafe's Castalian Spring is geared toward quiet reflection and craft cocktails.
An entire restaurant devoted to mac 'n' cheese? What's not to like?
From 1 to 9 p.m. you can get a large serving for free.
Everything is out of the ordinary at Ooo! - a Main Gate Square shop that's packed with housewares and clothes.
Co-owner Ivan Lucchina scooped some gelato for Jennifer Silberschlag and her sister Jaclynn Burns at Allegro last Tuesday. Note the absence of student mobs waiting in line.
Landmark Clothing and Shoes, in an historic house near the Main Gate, has it all - backpacks, clothes, shades and every kind of flip-flop you could ever want.
Summer, as any Main Gate Square merchant'll tell ya, is slow, slow, slow. This year it's a triple whammy, what with the regular seasonal doldrums, the recession and the modern streetcar work that has University Boulevard chewed up, says Mort Edberg of Landmark Clothing, who's weathered 52 su…