Month: November 2019

A Glimpse into the Miracle on Congress Street

City sidewalks, busy sidewalks, dressed in holiday style | Photography by Kristen Brockel Ho-ho-hustle your way down to Downtown Tucson’s most festive pop-up bar, Miracle on Congress St., every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from November 29 to December 22.

A Day in Tombstone

Dust off your boots and saddle up, partner. We’re road tripping to the town too tough to die. |By Amanda Oien A saloon-lined dusty street and the sound of spinning spurs greet visitors to Tombstone, Arizona, a place known for its Wild West history. In 1881, gunfire rang out near Fremont Street, which later became… Read more »

TG Eats: Roasted Squash with Agave Pantry

| By Amanda Oien |Photography by Brielle Farmer| Video by Amanda Oien, Brielle Farmer Shazieh Gorji was born to an Iranian family in Pakistan and, after studying ceramics in Vermont and attending culinary and baking school in Tucson, Gorji decided to make the Old Pueblo her home in 2012. Six years later, Agave Pantry was… Read more »

Tucson Hiking Guide

Woman sitting on rocks on Mt. Lemmon facing the view.

The hills are alive with cactus, creosote, and mule deer. Go explore. |By Laura Horley Tucson is surrounded by mountain ranges—the Catalinas in the north, the Rincons in the east, the Tucsons in the west, and the Santa Ritas in the south. Each range offers its own special charm and an incredible selection of outdoor… Read more »