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(Family Features) This fall, toast the coming of cooler nights by gathering friends to enjoy an assortment of wines and refreshments against the backdrop of your very own Bordeaux bistro. You can recreate this simple warmth and elegance in your home with craft projects that set the mood for an evening of intimate laughter and decadent indulgence.
The Cellular Connection, the largest Verizon Premium Wireless Retailer in the U.S., announces today the opening of its first store in Tucson, Ariz. Located at 4758 E. Sunrise Drive, in Safeway Plaza, the new store offers guests the ultimate experience in interactivity while shopping for wireless devices and accessories.
(BPT) - Whether you’re a student or a busy mom, the morning routine goes into high gear once school starts again. Fitting in all the to-do’s without compromising style before rushing out the door can be a challenge, which is why a few tips and tricks from the experts can help ensure you look fabulous within minutes.
Tucson’s modern streetcar opens to the public in three days. Want to be a part of the opening day action? Here’s how:
Being built to reflect more of the town’s community and history, the first phase of the Marana Heritage River Park is close to completion. The first phase is the community and demonstration garden.
(Family Features) Fun, frugal and environmentally-friendly, these tricks will help you get a great garden:
Four Tucson families cut the ribbon to their new homes on May 28.
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(Family Features) Coaxing layers of mouthwatering savory, smoky flavor out of grilled meat instantly transforms your backyard barbecue from ho-hum to heavenly. As the temperatures rise this grilling season, focus on flavor to take your backyard barbecue to a whole new level.
Science and math programs are expected to improve at the Pima Community College Northwest Campus with the completion of an $11 million expansion that will be celebrated this week.
Pima Community College Northwest Campus recently completed an $11 million, 55,000-square-foot extension. The ribbon-cutting event is slated for Thursday.
I haven’t been the same since that time I took up bicycling. My son, the triathlete, extolled the health benefits of riding a bike. I had a bike as a kid and I liked it. It was freedom. But now, in my third age, it was about exercise. About heart health, stronger lungs, increasing brain power and living longer.
Want to give your baking some pizazz? Think color by using richly hued sprinkles, frosting and icing!
A reminder to all who love to thrift shop that The Hermitage No Kill Cat Shelter & Sanctuary will open the doors to its new "Thrift Store & More," February 8 at 10 am. Scheduled festivities include a ribbon cutting ceremony, bake sale and feline adoption specials.
Happy New Year! I hope you're having an excellent start to 2014 and enjoying this beautiful weather we've been blessed with. My first year representing you on the Pima County Board of Supervisors was exciting, incredibly busy, and I am eager to see what 2014 will bring. A few of my accomplishments in 2013 are summarized below.
Residents of Sun City, Oro Valley can now take advantage of a completed Aquatic and Fitness Center.
Mayor Ed Honea and Councilwoman Patti Comerford and Sam Khayat, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Jim Click, take part in a ribbon cutting ceremony at the grand opening of Jim Click Used Cars Northwest.
Jim Click Used Cars Northwest celebrated its grand opening with KIIM FM and the public on Saturday, Jan. 18 at its newest location on the northwest side of Tucson.
Even far flung folks showed up in a Sun Shuttle to share in Sun City’s celebration, dedication and ribbon cutting at its new state-of-the-art activity and fitness center this month.
Newly-opened Tucson RV Storage sits on a 17 acre parcel in unincorporated Pima County and is believed to be the second largest recreational vehicle (RV) storage facility in Arizona, according to its owner.
(StatePoint) Sometimes the best presents and the most treasured ornaments aren’t the ones that last a lifetime -- they’re the ones that you can eat!
Thursday, Oct. 31
Danny Fapp aims his arrow down range at the Oro Valley Archery Range during the ribbon cutting ceremony one year ago.