- Your Voice
Have you ever told a lie only to regret it later? That’s the premise for “Premiere!,” a new comedy being performed through May 22 at the Invisible Theatre.
In this space a week ago, an attempt was made to illustrate that times gone by never really go away.
Thinking caps are recommended Wednesday night, when the Oro Valley Town Council, staff and others talk about what to do next with the Naranja Town Site.
People who say they understand life and absolutely know how things are going to turn out in the future are either working from cubbyhole shops in Sedona offering supposedly insightful clairvoyant glimpses of the imminent, or orchestrating weekly spectacles of conviction on Haight/Ashbury in San Francisco.
(NAPSI)—When you change jobs or retire, one thing to think about is what happens to your 401(k) account.
This chart is for illustrative purposes only and is not meant to represent the performance of any specific investment options. What you decide to do with your 401(k) account now can make a big difference in the years to come, says Judith Ward, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. (NAPS)
Recently, several dozen residents came together in front of U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake’s office on Oracle Road in order to protest his vote against a scaled down bill that would have extended background checks to purchase firearms.
(BPT) - Homewood Suites by Hilton’s Workstyles Study reveals how biz travelers live when away from home, specifically examining how members of America’s workforce immerse themselves in the local fabric of their destinations.
(StatePoint) Being a teenager is never easy, but for some kids, it is excruciating. For parents, being able to tell the difference between normal growing pains and real trouble is crucial.
It was interesting to see the response The Explorer got last week after my editorial on what we citizens can really do to reach our elected officials. While I am deeply concerned with seemingly not having a voice unless we have enough money, I am not encouraging any residents to stop trying by any means. I still work to contact my elected officials and I always will, even if at times I feel it seems pointless.
It’s been a very interesting past few years for everyone, including the real estate industry. I look forward to sharing with you during the next few months a series of articles that will feature different perspectives, future trend observations and current updates about real estate activities from national, regional and local levels.
Note: This column was written before Gabby announced her decision to step down.
My historical record confirms that I’m less than handy with most home-related repairs and potentially dangerous when it comes to installing or fixing anything related to landscape drip systems. Despite that, it’s that dry time of year when the plants in our yard require an additional amount of water delivered in an automatically time-controlled manner.
Dave Perry / The Explorer, The hands of Jo Ann Spencer and her sons Spencer and Benjamin reflect the rigors of their lives, and their unchallenged love for one another.
Dave Perry / The Explorer, Jo Ann Spencer, center, and her sons Spencer and Benjamin Smith find reasons to laugh despite their struggles. The family, with the young men’s father Michael, lives in Catalina. Spencer and Benjamin, now 20, were born with cerebral palsy, and are wheelchair-bound.
The Marana Tigers softball team came home flying high, 18-3 overall, on a 13-game winning streak and undefeated in a month.
What is stress? According to Webster's Dictionary, stress is defined as "a physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor in disease causation."
They say when you retire, you have to find a hobby.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Pat Spoerl was one of the founding members of the Oro Valley Historical Society, and has been its treasurer and president.
The Pima County Public Library system is holding a series of 27 meetings to find out what activities the public wants out of the library.
(Family Features) Beyond their bottom lines, a growing number of companies and brands are harnessing their products, services and resources to help make the world a better place.
The latest controversy surrounding the ill-advised passage of HB 1062 shows how out-of-touch with reality the Republican-led Arizona Legislature has become.
My second-grade daughter is doing a report on the invention of the telephone. Of course, she was shocked to find out that the original telephone had nothing to do with texting, emails or games. She was shocked that at one time, we couldn’t manage our entire lives from this one small device.
What’s in a name? According to a Tennessee judge last week, there’s plenty in a name and she felt she had the authority and duty to make one woman change her seven-month olds’ first name because apparently he had not earned it.
A guest at the Northern Pima County Chamber of Commerce's "Dancing with the Stars" Gala at the new Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain — a fine event, and oh, what a place — asked an opinion of doings at the City of Tucson.