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Sing-A-Long Spectacular (Dec. 11th)
(NAPSI)—From busy schedules to picky eaters, mealtime can seem overwhelming for many moms and dads. According to a study by the University of Illinois, some parents report that preparing a meal is so stressful it feels like being in a “pressure cooker.”*
The excitement of back-to-school preparations can bring back fond memories of youthful school days. Once you have kids of your own, making new memories can be even sweeter by thinking about your child’s new friends and teachers and what the new year will bring -- but they’ll need some cool new school supplies first.
(StatePoint) The excitement of back-to-school preparations can bring back fond memories of youthful school days. Once you have kids of your own, making new memories can be even sweeter by thinking about your child’s new friends and teachers and what the new year will bring -- but they’ll need some cool new school supplies first!
The third annual “Afri-Can” celebration takes place Friday, April 18, at Armory Park Center in Tucson.
It doesn’t take long watching this film to see that Director Steve McQueen isn’t going to pull punches on graphic language and brutal scenes telling this painful, but true story. The audible gasps from the audience throughout the movie are proof that McQueen succeeded in capturing the injustice, inequality, human suffering, and death that remains the darkest chapter of our nation’s past.
Lando Voyles, County Attorney, Pinal County, encountered more than he expected upon taking office. First, he had to replace a culture that under his predecessor, James Walsh, placed an emphasis on plea bargaining, i.e., plea bargaining to the extent that over 60 percent of defendants, regardless of crimes committed, received probation.
Within Lydia Kennedy’s business, Reactivate New and Used Activewear, she stands behind one model – our customer’s success is our success.
On Sunday, we will honor all the dads out there for Father’s Day. For many, the dad is overshadowed by mothers but plays such a key role in the growth and development of our children that they should never be forgotten.
El Ndoye, a Tucson resident, went to Africa to build schools and homes for orphaned children.
Thanks to the help from the community, area resident El Ndoye was able to raise more than $7,000 for the organization, The Forgotten Children of Sénégal.
Billy Crystal proved earlier this year that he’s still more than capable of hosting an Oscar telecast. The question that remains is whether or not the 64-year-old comedic legend still has what it takes to carry a feature-length film.
Earlier today, U.S. Senate Republican Whip Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) delivered his farewell address in the United States Senate Chamber. The speech served as a capstone to Senator Kyl’s 26 years of public service, including four terms (8 years) in the U.S. House of Representatives and three terms (18 years) in the U.S. Senate.
While most people in the U.S. are preparing for holiday activities, Tucson volunteers with Operation Christmas Child—the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind—are filling shoe box gifts with toys, school supplies and hygiene items for needy children overseas. This year-round project of international Christian relief and evangelism organization Samaritan's Purse, headed by Franklin Graham, is ramping up as local businesses, churches and community groups prepare to collect 11,700 gift-filled shoe boxes during National Collection Week (Nov. 12 – 19).
“Becky’s New Car” being shown
Every Tucsonan knows his Midwest accent. His face is one of the city’s most recognizable, prevalent in televised and print advertising. His numerous car dealerships throughout Arizona and California rank as the 47th largest dealer chain in America.
Rotary to clean the Rillito River Walk
Sunday tickets good for Thursday’s game at Kino
Easter Bunny coming to Tucson malls
With the limited number of Christmas films in theaters this holiday season, families will likely find themselves watching reruns of their favorite holiday movies at home. Since I had already run through a few of my own favorites (“A Christmas Story”, “Elf”, and “Scrooged”), I decided to stop reciting lines, and hit the theaters for a fresh holiday film.
Thanks to the work of Oro Valley banker El Ndoye, residents in Tucson’s northwest region are becoming more aware of the more than 100,000 children struggling to survive in his homeland of Senegal in Africa.