- Your Voice
Elizabeth Keyes is the owner of American Dance LLC. She teaches and competes.
Elizabeth Keyes had seen great benefits to her students’ mental health as well as their spiritual well being through dance.
For Tucson Medical Center Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer Elizabeth Maish, the decision to pursue a nursing and management career came naturally based on her love for humanity.
Ironwood Ridge senior Kaitlin Elizabeth Williams.
Elizabeth Olsen stars in “Silent House,” a remake of the 2010 Uruguayan film “The Silent House.”
Contributed photo, Musician Elizabeth Joy Roe switched from the violin to the piano at age 6 and fell in love. She will perform Feb. 5 with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra.
Courtesy of New Line Cinema, Elizabeth Hope Bennett and Brendan Fraser star in the preposterous fantasy epic "Inkheart."
Elizabeth Wheeler tells parents how to navigate the parking lot as Basis on the first day of school Monday.
Carin Nelson, who is with the Hilton’s Kids Corner, paints the face of Elizabeth Mitchell, 8, during the festivities held at the resort last week.
Betty J. Barry published her first novel, The Club, on May 10 of this year. Barry goes by the name of Elizabeth Fellers, is retired and in her early 60s.
Tortolita Middle School student Elizabeth McGee thinks about the spelling of a word during the Marana Unified School District’s spelling bee last week.
Elizabeth Armenta is awarded the Citizen of the Year award from Pat Cox, of the Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge, for her 32 years of service in education.
Don Boorse/Special to The Explorer, Elizabeth Coulthard, 3, of Marana shows off the pumpkin she decorated at the fall festival.
J.D. Fitzgerald/Special to the Explorer, Instructor David Davis and business owner Elizabeth Keyes perform for the audience.
Courtesy of Lionsgate, Josh Brolin stars as George W. Bush and Elizabeth Banks stars as Laura Bush in "W."
Dave Perry/The Explorer, Elizabeth Keyes and Paul Kappelman work on their cha-cha.
Putting a new sparkle into holiday gifts is the fragrance that shines for all the right reasons. As part of Elizabeth Taylor’s passionate commitment and fearless leadership in the fight against HIV/AIDS, she directed that a portion of her royalties from House of Taylor fragrances go to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. (NAPS)
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Dr. Elizabeth Vliet talks to about 30 attendees at a Pima County Tea Party Patriots event held at the in Oro Valley Town Hall last week. Vliet warned the group of the future troubles she foresees with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, better known by the pejorative Obamacare.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, American Dance owner and dance instructor Elizabeth Keyes, right, fine-tunes instructor David Davis and Mary Snider's routine. Snider is dancing to raise money for Project Graduation.
Terry Tinney, left, Connor Wiese, and Anna Wheaton begin with introductions at the three-day Bal-A-Vis-X training program last week at the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Church.
The Sunflower Arts and Crafts Club presents $1,000 to Roadrunner Elementary School. Pictured from left to right: Club Secretary Velma Whittingham, Outgoing President Chris Naughton, Principal Elizabeth Armenta, Incoming President, Jeanne Collins, and member Evelyn Moore.
Members of the Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge were happy to show the students of Roadrunner Elementary School the $1,200 in art supplies they donated. Pictured is Elks members Alane Asp, at far left, Joyce Garcia, middle, and school Principal Elizabeth Armenta, at right.