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.
Author who spent her childhood with the indigenous Sonoran people has written a book.
Thanks to Colleen LaFleur, downtown Tucson is blossoming.
When Oro Valley native Jessica Hickam finished working as a production assistant on “Star Trek Into Darkness,” she had a “now what?” moment.
If the Victorian fashionista met a gadget-loving adventurer, their blended styles might look something like steampunk chic.
Tucson family blends artistic expression, community values its their own, funky lifestyle.
Noah Donovan has no problem with breaking a sweat during Tucson’s summer months.
When the Rev. Marco Antonio Carrasco began considering priesthood as a 19-year-old, it meant giving up a lot.
About 6,000 Jehovah’s Witnesses will check anxiety at the door this weekend for the religious group’s annual convention.
When triathlete Christy Holliger started running with some of the high-energy dogs at Pima Animal Care Center, she noticed a transformation. The stronger, feistier pups — often longtimers at the county shelter — learned leash skills and how to socialize with other animals and people. And the…
First, the cons of second-hand shopping: You have to dig, you have to go often, and to do both, you must have extreme patience — and loads of spare time.
Chocolate cake. Fudge filling. Chocolate butter-cream frosting.
For LaRon Cook, cutting hair is an art form worthy of battle.
This week teens across the city will say adios to high school and get ready for a new chapter.
For a quick fix for a growling stomach, sometimes the unexpected tastes best.
Leona Claire Fuller kept journals from her days of dancing with the senior tap troupe The Hot Flashes.
Trains are the stuff of childhood lore, so National Train Day comes as no surprise.
At Buffalo Exchange, one student’s cast-offs are another shopper’s treasure.
Moms get lots of flowers on Mother’s Day.
The styles strutting across the stage tonight at Pima Community College’s seventh spring fashion show might remind you of something.
For Tucson fashion blogger Emily Benziger, next weekend is a biggie.
Contact reporter Johanna Willett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-4357.
For a senior pastor facing his third sermon on a Sunday morning, nothing lifts the spirit quite like the triumphant boom of a pipe organ.
Before craft-beer breweries really started hopping in Tucson, there was Thunder Canyon Brewery.
Dinner honors Hector Espinoza.
Wildcats and wings go together.
A whiff of baking bread smells like comfort food anywhere in the world.
Month-old eatery launches weekend brunch.
When country singer Willie Nelson needed his tux altered during a Tucson visit several years ago, he went to seamstress Rina Antonucci.
When you want something sweet — but not too decadent — two cinnamon doughnuts ($7) from Wildflower American Cuisine in Casas Adobes Plaza won’t disappoint.
Shelene Taylor has yet to reach her dreamed-of life as a beach bum in the Bahamas.
Gardeners come to Gene Joseph fed up with daily watering.
Food culture thrives off the exit ramps of Interstate 10, and not just road-trip munchies.
Crystal Gillette is a self-declared “book nerd.”
To research “Backcountry: A Novel,” James W. Clarke trekked through Glacier National Park in Montana, sometimes hiking 10 to 18 miles at a time.
Each year, Joni Rubinstein reads to her children when they say goodnight on the eve of a birthday.