Another installment of Tucson, Then and Now. Photographer A.E. Araiza found a stack of snapshots of downtown Tucson from the 1970s and 80s and revisited the same locations to see what the view looks like now.
Featured photos by A.E. Araiza
An alien scouting party from RAH'thian Prime begins to explore the planet during Earth's Cretaceous Period as renovations and new revelations, along with a couple of alternative historic facts, are on display at The Thing. Bowlin Travel Centers, Inc, which operates the combination roadside a…
A. E. Araiza is lifelong Tucsonan and graduate of Pima College and the University of Arizona. Before becoming a photographer, he was a firefighter for the U.S. Forest Service in Coronado National Forest and a substitute teacher. He joined the Arizona Daily Star in 1985 after interning at Newsday in New York. Araiza photographed the devastating Mexico City earthquake. He won a feature-writing award of his family’s cemetery in Cochise County and regularly wins awards in the Arizona Press Club and Associated Press competitions. E-mail: aaraiza@Tucson.com.