Swedish meatballs and Costa Rican tamales are just the beginning ...
Autumn in Tucson: We share why fall is to be savored and enjoyed.
Tucson Meet Yourself returns to downtown for its 42nd year.
Oro Valley Meet Yourself highlights the town's diversity.
Thousands of people to converge on downtown for weekend festival.
Our assignment for September was to capture this city's food.
Help needed to research the ways different cultures cope with death and grief.
Markers of death and dying are all around: the roadside flowers and crosses memorializing a loved one, the white-painted bikes at the scene of a bike fatality, or the uniquely Tucson All Souls Procession.
Here’s a partial list of what to expect today at Tucson Meet Yourself, the city’s celebration of culture and food.
A sculpture of sand trout in the Rose Hill Wash on Tanque Verde Road, Tues. July 5, 2011.
No fishing for sand trout at the Atturbury-Lyman Bird and Animal Sanctuary loop trail. Photo taken 12/11/09.
It all began when the Sonoran Desert started drying up, to become what it is today.
Jokes are a part of any culture’s folklore and can serve as a kind of salve or ointment that we can slather over the raw places in our consciousness.
Let’s start with a river – The Santa Cruz River. We have to start there, because that’s where human settlement in this area started.
Members of the Lajkonik Polish Folk Ensemble perform for the Tucson Slavic Festival Saturday, Oct. 2, 2010 at St. Melany Byzantine Catholic Church. Such entertainment can be expected at the Slavic Heritage Festival April 20, 2013.
True to my promise, I’m alerting you to events related to the subject of this blog, the living cultural traditions of Tucson.
There are many ways in which one can describe Tucson. It’s a place of Sunbelt sprawl and rapid growth. It’s the home of Davis-Monthan, Raytheon, and the University of Arizona. It’s got a friendly winter climate and excellent resorts and golf courses. It’s surrounded by desert and mountains o…