Month: October 2019

Trade Boredom for Board Games

Open hand with multi-colored dice.

Your one-stop guide to the Tucson, AZ gaming community |By Nina Kolodij Nestled among the diverse outdoors and celebrated dining scenes of Tucson, AZ, is another kind of adventure—the quieter but equally robust world of gaming. The Southern Arizona city is home to an abundance of gaming stores, making it the perfect place to get… Read more »

The Surprising Sports Town of Tucson, AZ

Discover Tucson athletics beyond the UA Wildcats |By Mish DeCarlo Tucson is the proud home of the University of Arizona—a PAC-12 university known for consistently securing national sporting titles and for feeding athletes into professional leagues. However, sports don’t stop at the edge of campus, because Tucson is also headquarters to both minor-league and professional… Read more »

Pumpkin Picking: Tucson-Area Patches

Big, orange pumpkins sit atop hay bales at a pumpkin patch.

| By Amanda Oien Halloween is creeping up and whether you need a pumpkin for carving or want a plump one for your porch, you better get one now before you find yourself gourd-less on October 31st. With Nick and Laurie Buckelew permanently hanging up the hat on their pumpkin patch, there’s two local spots… Read more »

Ghost Guide

A skeleton crawls along a ledge near a window at Hotel Congress in Downtown Tucson.

La Llorona and the Ghosts Who Haunt Hotel Congress and Fox Theatre | By Amanda Oien| Photography by Kristen Brockel A chill running down your spine, goosebumps dancing on your skin, a tight gasp for air. Is it a chilly October night, or is that an eerie haunt floating in the dark? Don’t Look Back… Read more »

Developing Roots in Tucson

Downtown Tucson with colorful lights taken at night.

Doing our part to make our city the best place to work and live | By The Chamber Edge Phenomenal outdoor experiences, an impressive arts and cultural community, exceptional higher education programs, diversity in housing communities and growing industry sectors are common drivers for bringing people to Tucson. In fact, Tucson’s been getting more national… Read more »

Tucson’s Atomic Ranches

A flat-roof, brick home in the San Rafael Estates neighborhood of Tucson, Arizona

|By Louie Christensen |Photography by Brielle Farmer If you haven’t noticed, the Midcentury Modern look is back. Homes from this magical era are being splashed across architecture and lifestyle magazines, and home renovators and interior designers have caught on. Far from the glitz and glamor of the Hollywood hills (and it’s astronomical real estate prices)… Read more »