Last year's four finalists continue to fall in Pizza Madness Round 2.
The cheese is bubblin’ as our contest gets off to a hot start.
What's new with Tucson's baby elephant, Nandi.
This 50-year-old craft fair grows to include local artisans.
When it comes to Halloween costumes, creative doesn't always mean complicated.
After 25 years running Trees for Tucson, Joan Lionetti honored with oak.
Oro Valley mom writes picture book for construction-loving son.
Tucson Fashion Week designer talks elegance, sewing and a passion for pink.
What's new at Tucson Meet Yourself as the festival turns 41.
UA Humanities Week 2014 presents free lectures on gender issues.
TFW by the numbers — we don't mean what's on the tape measure.
A schedule of highlights at Tucson Meet Yourself.
Sitting kills, so these Tucson employees are taking a stand.
Katie Hughes, academic adviser and graduate coordinator for the University of Arizona School of Natural Resources and the Environment, made her own standing-style workspace.
No fancy-schmancy standing desk for Katie Hughes, who created her workspace with two tables, shelf brackets, a shelf and a cork board.
From left to right, Connie Arthur Bingham, Linda Scalise, Ginger Johnson Cullen, Roy Ireland and Chip Harrington laugh as they try to remember their locker locations. The committee members toured Palo Verde High School on Sept. 8 2014.
The planning committee for Palo Verde High School's 50th reunion pause in front of a mosaic of a Titan, the school's mascot at Palo Verde High School on Sept. 8, 2014. The classes of 1964, 1965 and 1966 helped choose the mascot. From left to right, first row: Sandi Seiler Harrington, Connie …
Members of the Palo Verde High School 50th reunion committee go over plans for their reunion in October. The committee met in the library at Palo Verde High School on Sept. 8, 2014.
Tucson Fashion Week designer tells us about her style.
Palo Verde High School's first graduating class celebrates its 50th reunion.
Tucson's beloved baby pachyderm has a new name, according to Caliente poll.
Reid Park's bouncing baby joy will be ...?
The baby elephant at the Reid Park Zoo makes her public debut.
After skipping last year because of a fire, the Greek Festival returns.
A New-York-based rabbi honors Jewish rebbe at JCC book talk.
Pure Barre studio/fitness boutique opens Monday after soft launch this weekend.
The Tucson Young Professionals fashion show uses music to inspire.
Desert Vintage boutique makes Vogue list of best Instagram feeds.
New Hispanic ministry plan puts more emphasis on laity, youth.
The Reid Park Zoo's new elephant was born Wednesday night.
Tucson celebrates with proclamation and cake.
It will benefit association for the visually impaired.
Wear your heels and find an excuse to get a new bag.
The Return of the Mermaids makes waves downtown and on Fourth Avenue.
Christian, Muslim and Jewish leaders gather for meal inspired by the holy city.
Twin dancers Jessica and Jacque Harris talk style.
Café Passé opens its second location on West Congress Street.
In the Mercado District, historic and contemporary culture mingle.
Thousands of Muslims gather in Tucson to celebrate Eid al-Fitr.
UA doctoral student influenced nation's leaders and connected with its people.
A schedule of events for the Mercado district's streetcar celebration.
Church and concerts coexist in the space once known as Skrappy's.
The Star chats with creators of three comic strips new to the paper.
Fashion designer uses travel to inspire.
Frozen acai berry puree goes a long way for cooling down.
Goodness Juice Bar and Fresh Food to be on ground floor of the Hub.
Falora employs blue corn, red tomatoes and white mozzarella cheese to patriotize its pies.
For this Tucson artist, photography, like storm chasing, is a puzzle.
The Star reviews Nox Kitchen + Cocktails.
Nox Kitchen + Cocktails is the kind of place where you can pretend to be someone glamorous.