- Your Voice
(Family Features) For many parents, getting their children to eat the right foods can be a daily struggle.
Ironwood Ridge used timely hitting and an early lead to beat Maricopa 10-3 on Thursday afternoon, concluding their season with a win.
Ironwood Ridge upset No. 6 CDO in an absolute slugfest on Tuesday afternoon. The teams combined for 26 runs and 33 hits and the visiting Nighthawks survived a four-error afternoon.
This weekend November 10th & 11th is the La Encantada Fine Art Festival featuring 45 fine art exhibitors as well as performing arts presentations from local art, music and theatre groups.
From the moment the first cave dweller marked the wall of his home with a bit of charcoal, art has been a home decor must that has stood the test of time. Whether it’s the vibrant colors of a van Gogh, the almost-mystical perfection of a da Vinci or the dreamily diffused light of a Monet, great art speaks to the soul.
Performers of all genres will entertain mall-goers as they walk through more than 100 stores at the Foothills Mall as part of the Foothills Mall Music and Art Series. The mall also offers a kid’s play land, IMAX theatre and plenty of food options.
Glenna Gilbert-Jones and friends show their watercolor paintings in a special exhibit this Saturday, Oct. 24, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Toscana Studio and Gallery in Oro Valley.
Hundreds of runners, and 15 wheelchair athletes, filled the streets of northern Oro Valley on Sunday for the annual Arizona Distance Classic, benefiting the leukemia and lymphoma society.
Derek Daly refused to check his second-place trophy as luggage during the flight home from New York City, where he wrapped Major League Baseball’s Pitch, Hit and Run competition on All-Star Weekend.
courtesy of Pitch, Hit and Run, Coronado Little League pitcher and shortstop Derek Daly winds up at Yankee Stadium, during MLB’s Pitch, Hit and Run competition, on All-Star Weekend.
If Derek Daly can make it in New York, he can make it anywhere.
Ten-year-old Derek Daly admitted to feeling “really, really nervous” during his debut at Phoenix’s Chase Field, before he set the butterflies aside and threw six pitches.
“It’s just a quirk of the brain that makes one a playwright,” says Edward Albee, a man who knows a thing or two about writing for the stage. “I have the same experiences that everybody else does, but since I have this quirk in my head, I am not content with that. I feel the need to translate a lot of what happens to me, a lot of what I think into a play.”
January 25, 2006 - What did you do with your sports weekend? If you were one of the lucky 14,621 poeple who scored tickets to the UA men's hoops, then you probably had a pretty good - albeit rollercoaster - weekend as a spectator.