Some churches carefully separate the sacred from the secular by holding ancillary activities such as egg hunts at different times and places than worship services.
A container garden is chock full of vegetables, herbs and flowers. Photo by Benjie Sanders / Arizona Daily Star
Austin's Old Fashioned Ice Cream, opened in 1959, was known for pickle ice cream, amazing shakes and diner fare. The restaurant closed in its original location on Broadway just west of Country Club in 2010 and didn't survive much longer in a new location. RIP Austin's.
Part of the area to be developed includes the Rocking K Ranch. This picture shows the ranch area in February 2008 in the Rincon Valley area on the far-east side of town, on East Old Spanish Trail
Charlie Harris of Charlie's Comics has moved the store into a new, larger spot and will hold a grand reopening on Saturday.
Folks share a Thanksgiving dinner courtesy of Luz Social Services at El Pueblo Neighborhood Center. Luz will host dinner there again this year on Nov. 20. As of Wednesday, the nonprofit had zero food donations.
Bartender Gerald Araiza and Danny Castro passed the time of day when business was better at Amado's Longhorn Grill.
Set your thermostat at the highest comfortable temperature to minimize your cooling.
The Longhorn Grill in Amado, south of Tucson, is the type of place likely to attract travelers ready for a new experience on a holiday trip.
Chinese visitors BS p6--This young student is part of a group of Chinese high school students from China,cq,(CHINA) that is performing for the students at Palo Verde,cq,( PALO VERDE) high school Thursday February 7, 2008,cq,(THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2008) in Tucson, Arizona. The Chinese student…
It's time to order vegetable seeds.
Reduce your irrigation this month.
Community events are nothing new in Vail, where volunteers and members of the Vail Preservation Society made luminarias for a holiday celebration two years ago.
Lindy Reilly, who owns Lindy's on Fourth, 431 N. Fourth Ave., holds two of the giant burgers that he created to challenge diners. The O.M.F.G is a 3-pound behemoth that almost makes the 1.5 pounder next to it look small. This file photo shows six monster patties, but today it comes with 12.
Arizona athletic director Jim Livengood