Learn how everyday food choices can change our environment.
Fall Festival; Make a Difference Day; Halloween events at PCC.
For the love of beer — two tasting rooms slated to open early next year.
Tucson hotels are making progress but recovering slower than the industry nationwide.
Tucson police radar vans are snapping photos at these locations today.
Rincon/University's Logan Graybill having success on the golf course.
Supervisors agree to new policy, but will continue to give to nonprofits.
Former dishwasher has 18 years' experience in the kitchen.
Pima County supervisors decide to talk another day.
Six hundred UA engineering students test solar-powered ovens on the Mall.
He'd like you to use locally available ingredients when possible.
We're ready to roll up our sleeves and do some serious cooking.
Incident with UA student occurred at NCAA men's basketball post-game assembly.
Council votes to drop parking fines for next year.
CARROLL, William B., 88, resident of Tucson, passed away October 20, 2014. He was born in Detroit, MI, son of the late Leo and Wilhelmina Carroll. William served with the Merchant Marine during World War II and later with the US Army. He married his childhood sweetheart, Juanita on September…
TOWNE, Paul, 77, was born February 26, 1937 to Lee and Helen Longe Towne, Sr. in South Pomfret, VT and passed away October 18, 2014 in Tucson, AZ. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor "Ellie"; two children, Peter Towne and Pammi Towne of VT; four grandchildren, Joseph Lendway, Mary Cary, Jess…
JONES, Bassell, died peacefully on October 18, 2014 at the age of 95. He was the husband of the late, Connie Jones. For full obituary visit www.adairfuneralhomes.com
GLIDEWELL, Helen Salgado, 80, our beloved mother and grandmother passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by her family on October 15, 2014. Survived by her sister, Mary Ann Ruiz and her children, Laura (John) Porter, Vicki (Mark) Johns, Michael Glidewell and Gilbert (Alicia) Glidewell;…
STEWART, Ronald Allen, was born in Robinson, IL on September 29, 1948 to John and Wanda Stewart. He passed away in Tucson on October 15, 2014 at the age of 66. He is survived by Mary, his loving wife of 38 years. He graduated from Robinson High School in Robinson, IL in 1966. He played baseb…
MULLIKIN, Kenneth Earl, September 3, 1936 October 16, 2014. For information about services visit www.funerariadelangeltucson.com Arrangements under the direction of FUNERARIA DEL ANGEL.
Agency draws flak from environmentalists for its handling of Trench Mine runoff.
I couldn't resist taking this beautiful pink Cinderella home with me. In addition to making a great decoration, it can also be used in pie or winter squash recipes.
The Kandy Korn pumpkin is marked by its dark green handles and its vibrant orange color.
The Warty Pumpkin! From the pros: "The Pilgrims ate pumpkin at their first Thanksgiving feast, but you can bet they'd be shocked to see this odd, warted pumpkin. No, it does not have second-degree burns, and it's not rotten or diseased. Warty pumpkins have been genetically engineered to look…
This orange pumpkin comes from a French heirloom variety called "Rouge vif D'Etampes." But in the United States, we call it a Cinderella, because it resembles the pumpkin that Cinderella's fairy godmother transformed into a carriage.
Acorn squash fill the bins at the front of the lot. With a smooth orange-yellow flesh, their flavor is sweet and nutty. Experts recommend for best sweetness, to wait at least two weeks after harvest before you eat them. While many chefs get creative, we prefer them simply roasted and slather…
Spaghetti squash, which (not surprisingly) makes an excellent substitute for pasta in pesto or tomato-based sauce. For a complete guide on how to prepare the flesh and even roast its seeds, read our Fall blog here.
The iconic Captain Jack pumpkin, extra-large with an upright, barrel shape and large well-rooted handles. This is the stuff you want to carve, but please, do yourself a favor and use a kit!
Another Cinderella, a favorite variety of Apple Annie's because there's "something magical about them." It's recorded that this pumpkin is the same variety as the ones cultivated by the Pilgrims and served at the second Thanksgiving dinner.
Apple Annie's pumpkin patch is dotted with these big burly Blue Hubbard squash. But these guys have been in New England since at least the time of our great grandmothers. The hard shell protects them for long periods in storage, and in addition to being really awesome looking, they're excell…
Mini pumpkins! Not much edible value, but they look great around the house!
And everyone's favorite, the ornamental gourd! Fall's funkiest expression, but also its most fabulous ...
One big player in the area backs out: the University of Arizona.