Joe Danjou of Sam Levitz Furniture brings in new chairs and a sofa for the waiting room for The Industry Hair Studio, 4045 E. Broadway, which is to open later this month. The 7,600-square-foot facility will be home to stylists, barbers, facialists, manicurists, a tattoo artist and a massage …
The Industry Hair Studio owner and stylist
After more than 30 years of experience working as a stylist, Greg Yedding is rebranding his hair salon as a studio in an effort to help cosmeticians break into the industry.
The rack is back. A custom metal sculpture bike rack stolen from a new Tucson business last week has been returned.
The Bike Shop Hub bicycle rack weighs half a ton.
Residents of The Cadence student housing complex downtown won't have to go far for a cold brew.
With teddy bear "baby" in hand, Sun Sprouts co-owner Ileana Swanson conducts a demonstration of diapers and diaper covers offered by the new pickup and delivery service.
New parents have many decisions to make before their bundle of joy enters the world. One is whether to use cloth or disposable diapers.
A luxury bus company opened Friday for business in Tucson, and its CEO says he wants to facilitate improved U.S.-Mexico relations.
Sergio Barragan Colina, CEO of Tap Royal LLC, says the luxury bus line will have four departures and four arrivals daily from Placita del Rio Shopping Center, near Irvington Road and Interstate 19. Destinations include Hermosillo and Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico City and Las Vegas.