SaddleBrooke organization goes beyond the call of duty to help service members.
Unlike his rivals for the GOP gubernatorial nomination, former Mesa Mayor Scott Smith said he supports outgoing Gov. Jan Brewer’s push to expand Medicaid to take advantage of the federal government’s agreement to pay most of the cost.
Eight Republican candidates for Arizona Governor will debate in Saddlebrooke next week.
Members of the Cañada del Oro Barbershop Chorus are relieved to see pop culture embrace their style of unaccompanied singing, saying they feel as though they helped keep a fading art form alive for a new generation.
SaddleBrooke’s Desert View Performing Arts Center is hosting a Rod Stewart performance this weekend. Minus Rod Stewart.
• Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 is sponsoring a Flag Day celebration today in SaddleBrooke.
"We were enthralled with the climate," says Roger Waldman, who along with his wife, Elizabeth, moved to SaddleBrooke in 2005.
Arizona's economy historically relied on five C's: copper, cattle, cotton, citrus and climate.
The SaddleBrooke Singers performed in an April 2012 concert. They will sing again on April 5 and 7.
The SaddleBrooke Singers succeed with numbers. The massive, retiree-filled choir has about 80 members, staging concerts with between 65 and 70 singers belting out songs to crowds of more than 300.
Dave Stamey sings songs of the lonesome trail at the Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering at the DesertView Performing Arts Center in SaddleBrooke. It was Stamey's third year playing at the show, which was Saturday.
An enthusiastic crowd welcomed the performers. Performers also included poet Randy Rieman and singer R.W. Hampton. This was the event's third season.
Laurie Buffer, left, returns a volley as partner Estelle Cangeme watches from backcourt during a pickleball match at the Ridgeview Pickleball Courts in SaddleBrooke.
Several hundred SaddleBrooke residents are spurning the stereotypical retirement-age sports of golf and shuffleboard in favor of something that requires more athletic ability and direct competition.
If you can't leave Tucson to get to Broadway, bring Broadway to Tucson.
The Tucson Dance Academy performs "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers." This scene was from the academy's 2011 show at Centennial Hall.
Teacher Gerda Turner helps her students become ballet butterflies with a gentle but firm touch.
Tehya Hornby, 6, center front, and Damaris Zatarain, 7, right, hold a position during a beginning ballet class taught by Gerda Turner. Turner is a former professional ballet dancer who lives in SaddleBrooke and teaches ballet classes to youth at Catalina Community Services, 3535 E. Hawser St.
Gerda Turner receives hugs from her students after class. She says of the group hug: "It's the best."