Fruit-Land Market has stood at Speedway and Sixth Avenue for 55 years, stocked with fresh citrus, cherry cider, Spanish peanuts and cactus jelly.
Fruit-Land Market, which stood at Speedway and Sixth Avenue for 55 years, was stocked with fresh citrus, cherry cider, Spanish peanuts and cactus jelly. It closed in April 2014.
Tucson Police Department bike officer Gabriel Rivera (cq GABRIEL RIVERA) rides alongside the marchers at the annual Cesar Chavez March (cq CESAR CHAVEZ MARCH ), in Tucson, Ariz., on 2007.
It's a common belief — or maybe it's just a joke — that washing your car will make it rain. Unless the car wash gives you a rain check. Then the rain will hold off just until the rain check expires.
Cousins Salim and Damon Stoudamire hang out during a time out at the Lute Olson All-Star Classic basketball game in McKale Center.
Sam Greenleaf uses a mule-deer antler to break off a piece of mahogany obsidian during a demonstration at Vista del Rio Cultural Resource Park.
Vaughn, a former boxer, stayed in shape by shadow boxing and running in place into his 90s, according to his wife. During a long and distinguished career, he also served as U.S. ambassador to Colombia and Panama.
Marie Stewart, a friend and fellow teacher of Jeanette Maré, puts labels on Ben's Bells. Until now the bells have been hung twice a year throughout the city. But this month the organization started hanging them daily.
No. 17 at Dell Urich has been a watery grave for many balls.
Golfers not only have to contend with what Greg Hansen calls
"Cemetery Lake," but with a stone wall and a cement-like back
Ethan Davila, 4, cools off at the Brandi Fenton Memorial Park splash pad.
Say what you want about Kromko, but a neatnik he ain't.
Gallery North Course: One of the benefits of the Gallery Golf Club at Dove Mountain is the ability to walk the course if desired.
The last bit of sunlight for the day shines on some of the old headstones at Evergreen Mortuary, Cemetery and Crematory.
Flowing Wells grad Tara Erdmann set personal records this year at 1,500, 5,000 and 10,000 meters.
El Conquistador Golf Club in Oro Valley offers a whopper of a deal: five total days of golf, golf amenities and meals. Plus, you get a view of Pusch Ridge all day long. Packages start at $1,300.