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The People of Tucson: Wilbur, The University of Arizona Mascot

The People of Tucson put their spin on places to visit. Words and Photography by Evan Zavitz Bear down, Arizona! Whether you are a local Tucsonan or just passing through the Old Pueblo, it’s hard to miss the fun-loving spirit that surrounds The University of Arizona. Who better to give visitors the lowdown than The… Read more »

The People of Tucson: Artist, Nadia Hagen-Onuktav

The People of Tucson put their spin on places to visit. By Stacey Gregory When you’re looking for inspirational places to explore around Tucson, who better to share insights than artist, designer, choreographer, and creator Nadia Hagen-Onuktav? This Tucson transplant was born and raised in New York City, moved to the West Coast, and discovered… Read more »

The People of Tucson: Drink Slinger, Thomas (Tiger) Ziegler

The People of Tucson put their spin on places to visit. Words and Photography by Evan Zavitz In 1952, a Greyhound bus hailing from Dubuque, Iowa, delivered Thomas Ziegler to the historic Hotel Congress. Known for his kind, people-first attitude, Ziegler wandered into Hotel Congress in search of a drink and ended up working the… Read more »

No Ordinary Pies: Five Tucson Pizzerias That Rise Above

A Hispanic man wearing a white chef's coat and apron sits at a table with a pizza on a stand, a pasta dish and oil and vinegar bottles.

By Elise McClain The love of pizza is a universally spoken and understood language. And while most people enjoy a good pie, not everyone agrees on what makes it good. From deep dish to cracker crust, pineapple or no pineapple, marinara sauce or alfredo, anchovies or no anchovies — the list goes on. So what’s… Read more »

Arizona Dude Ranch Roundup

A large steer is running away from two women and one man wrangler in a pen.

Lasso a lifetime memory at 10 guest ranches around Tucson By C. Jill Hofer More than a century ago, the nation was captivated by iconic images of the great American West. Travelers were drawn westward by Buffalo Bill Cody’s Wild West world tour, Western silent movies, and dime novels like The Shootout at the OK… Read more »