Permanent pavilion planned there; St. Philip's market to go on, too.
Tucson-based Heirloom Farmers Markets hosts four weekly markets featuring regionally grown fresh and prepared foods, including fruit, vegetables, salsa, bread and more, depending on the market.
Drumsticks aren’t just for making music. Bright, neon green, specially-designed “Ripstix” are now being used for a new dance exercise called Pound.
Pears with Blue Cheese, Walnuts and Honey is part of "The Davis Farmers Market Cookbook."
A good farmers market is a beautiful thing.
Ceramics by Susan Folwell, in the foreground, are for sale inside Creosote Jewelry, which sells jewelry and art from the Southwest.
"It's the only plaza that has the feeling of a plaza," said Dansér owner Alexis Kyriakis of St. Philip's Plaza.
Dance instructor Susan Lewis works with 4-year-olds Lily Myers, center, and Connolly Taylor during a children's ballet class at Dansér Studio.
St. Philip's Plaza, the upscale shopping center at River Road and Campbell Avenue, says it's building on its success by adding new venues.
Sophia Robertson, 6, offers up her artistic analysis of some artwork to mom Jamie Robertson.
Alice Barnhart, 91, browses through the stained-glass work at the Wild Goose Glass booth.
Pam Wood debates adding another gourd to her collection at the booth of Steve Schneck.
Tucson's evolving night-life scene and migration to downtown has claimed its latest casualty, the veteran upscale night club Level Bar and Lounge.
A pair of businesses at north-side St. Philip’s Plaza are thinking bigger.
Beth Daunis plays during a performance by Reno del Mar at St.
Philip's Plaza, 4280 N. Campbell Ave. The group plays a fusion of
Latin, jazz, flamenco and Americana.