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Each year the Classic Car Show and Blues Festival rolls into Oro Valley, attracting thousands of people and bringing the community together, and each year the show presents more and more reasons to attend.
Duffy Wagman, from Vero Amore restaurant, serves authentic meatballs during the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance Splash! event held on June 2 at the La Encantada Mall.
Mark Weight from Vero Amore Authentic Neapolitan Pizza work quickly as orders continue to increase at Marana’s Food Truck Roundup event on Feb. 8. Another event is scheduled for March 5.
There’s a new craze in Tucson, and the Town of Marana recently got a taste of it when hundreds of residents filled the Tower Theatres parking lot on Feb. 6 to go truck hopping.
If you were in a vehicle that crashed, would you know the best way to escape?
Bluegrass players and fans gather this Thursday, Dec. 2, on the patio adjacent to Vero Amore Pizza on Dove Mountain.
Workshop for parents starts Nov. 1 in Marana
Two free shows with Giant Blue in Northwest
Next DM bluegrass jam Thursday
Bluegrass music is alive and flourishing in the Northwest, courtesy of the Desert Sun String Band.
Bluegrass music, jam style, fills the blue and starry skies of Dove Mountain this Thursday, Feb. 4.
SAACA plans indoor market Feb. 6-7 in OV
Next bluegrass jam Sunday on Dove Mountain
Tribal dancers bless ground for new MHC
Long adds partner in NW property management
Upcoming arts, entertainment and cultural events.
Vero Amore — the casual pizza restaurant on Tucson's East side — has a new Northwest location at Dove Mountain Boulevard and Tangerine Road that has expanded on the original location in terms of space and menu items.
Alan Petrillo/Special to The Explorer,Aric Mussman, right, one of Vero Amore’s owners, shares friendly conversation with a restaurant patron. Aric and his brother Josh have opened a new location for the restaurant at Dove Mountain Boulevard and Tangerine Road in the Northwest.
Vero Amore has opened its second greater Tucson restaurant in Dove Mountain.
Eric Pansegrau and his wife Sheryl opened Monterra Furnishings on Memorial Day weekend, “just before the dead of summer.”
Dave Perry/The Explorer, John Kohl and Bruce Harrison, with Oasis Window Washing & Custom Screening, installed weather-resistant canvas around the outside eating space at the new Vero Amore restaurant at the Dove Mountain Centre last week. The restaurant plans to open this month.