Smashburger goes for a hat trick in Tucson — it plans to open its third area restaurant on March 5.
Dragoon Brewing Co.’s tasting room isn’t the only place to sip the brews. Rocco’s Little Chicago Pizza has two on tap.
Arizona’s Kevin Cordes, No. 7 on the list of the top Southern Arizona sports figures, is America’s leading breast stroker and was the men’s NCAA Swimmer of the Year.
Big Tex BBQ in Willcox, which started in 1997 as a mobile restaurant, put a 1929 Pullman dining car back into service.
Arizona’s Carissa Crutchfield, left, and Erica Barnes put full court pressure on Utah’s Danielle Rodriguez during a win over the Utes a year ago. Both figure to play key minutes for a UA team looking for its first NCAA tournament berth under coach Niya Butts.
Kathy Iannacone, chef and co-owner of downtown’s Urban Fresh, with a healthy lunch that includes whole-wheat tortillas with almond butter, bananas, cinnamon and agave. She encourages not trying to fool kids and to let them know what they are eating. “Don’t try to disguise vegetables,” she says.
Veggies wrapped with quinoa and sweet-potato hummus make a healthy meal or snack that can be eaten on the go.
Kathy Iannacone prepared this assortment of colorful, healthy plates that could be ready for an on-the-move kid to munch.
Residents in the Elvira neighborhood on the south side have been trying to get a couple of large vacant lots north of Challenger Middle School combined into a city park. Currently, the lots are owned by Pima County and the Sunnyside School District. The neighborhood has been parkless since …