Bruce Dern returns to Tucson to accept Loft Film Fest award.
Boston was one of four dogs starting a training class at PetSmart in central Tucson last Saturday. His tail never stopped wagging.
Patti Beck was volunteering at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona's thrift store, sorting clothes, when another volunteer told her that she fostered animals.
October is Adopt-A-Shelter Dog Month. Meet some waiting for homes.
Guadalajara Fiesta Grill fire as seen from Udall Park, July 26, 2014.
Baby Girl to get a second chance.
Jamie, the 2-year-old Tucson Brown Dog who become a favorite with the volunteers who run with the pups at Pima Animal Care Center, is on the road.
When growing bird of paradise as a shrub, only prune frost-damaged limbs.
Looking for something to do this weekend?
1. The Air Force Thunderbirds
A warm winter means bright bougainvilleas.
The arrival of the monsoon rains make this a great time to plant a summer garden.
There's lots to explore throughout the summer
On Friday night, Abe Zverow will be one of nearly 6,000 University of Arizona undergraduates receiving degrees at Arizona Stadium.
Don Branaman was new to running when the Cinco de Mayo 10K got its start 33 years ago.
The forecast calls for sunshine on Sunday. Lots of it.
Find your BFF at one of Tucson's shelters and rescue groups. These groups also need volunteers and donations.
Stella Java to open today.
Mike Urbanski got serious about running as a freshman at Salpointe Catholic High School in the 1960s.
Panda Buffet had been open two years.
Party tonight features specials on drinks and food.
Winery's festival includes tastings.
Mona's owner suffered injuries in bike crash.
After years on First Avenue, Sausage Deli is turning the corner on Grant Road.
Gourmet burger joint will have plenty of competition from Five Guys, Freddy's, Zinburger and Culver's.
Amelia Grey’s Cafe plans to celebrate its grand opening on June 11.
The original owners of Le Delice at 7245 E. Tanque Verde Road posted a note on the door last week saying the French boulangerie and restaurant had closed.
Borderlands Brewing Company is expanding to Saturdays.
The Scented Leaf Tea House and Lounge is coming soon to Main Gate Square.
The Tucson Food Truck Roundup will be at Main Gate Square from 4 to 8 p.m. today
Kenney D’s could open a second location as soon as this weekend.
After 60 years of serving up heaping plates of Mexican food in South Tucson, the venerable Guillermo’s Double L restaurant has expanded to the north side.
Vito’s Pizza Kitchen has closed at 2921 E. Fort Lowell Road, with plans to reopen at Shlomo & Vito’s Delicatessen at 2870 E. Skyline Drive.
CN Bistro by CaffeNation recently opened in a former Quiznos at 4951 E. Grant Road and is serving up paninis and sandwiches with Boar’s Head brand meats and cheeses.
R&R Bar-B-Que on
Thursday will change its name and will start serving breakfast.
For the past couple months, Adobo
Island, a new Filipino eatery at 2023 S. Craycroft Road, has
quietly gained a following.
V Fine Thai Cuisine at 9
E. Congress St. will be closed for lunch through Tuesday as it
revamps its lunch menu, according to a note that arrived by email
Monday (and is also posted on the restaurant's website).
Azian, a Korean-Japanese fusion concept that offers
all-you-can-eat sushi and Korean barbecue, has opened at 15 N.
Alvernon Way, formerly home to Sushi Garden.
Watch a movie about America's young farming community and then
kick back and enjoy food grown at an Arizona farm at the second
Film, Talk Food at 3 p.m. today.
Gourmet Girls Gluten
Free Bakery/Bistro opened last week, offering everything from
French bread and pastries to wedding cakes.
Thai China Bistro
has opened in the former home of Buck and Lil's BBQ at 5121 E.
Wine Country Fall Festival is the place to be this weekend if
you love Arizona wines.
Apple Farm Bakery & Diner has opened at the Tucson Mall. The eatery offers a
'50s diner atmosphere, with home-style food such as Farmer's Hash,
meatloaf and fried chicken.
Glow continues to grow. What started as something of an art
party among friends eight years ago is now a two-night community
event that involves nearly 200 artists and performers and more than
100 volunteers from Oracle and Tucson.
There might be soem seats left for today's second annual paella
party for the Fiesta de San Fermin.
Buy something at any Chipotle in Tucson and Sierra Vista
between 4 and 8 p.m. Saturday and half of the proceeds from that
purchase will go to the Catalina Council of Boy Scouts of
America to support Camp Lawton on Mount Lemmon.
Fox's gourmet burger restaurant, is celebrating the opening of its
second location in Tucson by kicking off a name search for its
mascot, the Zinburger Cow.
There will be cake. And a whole range of activities that reflect
the diversity of the city that is celebrating its 236th birthday
this month. A flag raising ceremony at the presidio. A Beach Bash
street party. A prayer walk. A flashlight parade. Essay