Monsoon cloudbursts have brought welcome water and verdant splendor to Agua Caliente Park northeast of Tucson. Video by Doug Kreutz, Arizona Daily Star.
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It shocks me every day – when you do a search on Google, Bing, Yahoo, or any of the plethora of apps available – just how many businesses HAVEN’T claimed their search info.
From moving for a job to having never having left the Old Pueblo, we all have stories about how Tucson went from just a city we lived in to the place we call home.