University of Arizona graduates talk about how their decision to study and work in Tucson has shaped their careers | By Amanda Oien Tucson’s green saguaros and silver barked mesquites aren’t the only colors that feel like “home” to a Tucsonan. Evident from the highest tip of Tumamoc Hill, or the rocks of Windy Point—it’s… Read more »
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Kathryn Humphrey’s move to Tucson inspired her new children’s book | By Amanda Oien| Photography by Brielle Farmer Sunshine and scorpions surround Kathryn Humphrey, who is embracing her new home in Tucson, Arizona—with the help from a secluded, yet resilient, saguaro. Kate, an illustrator hailing from the glitz and glam of Los Angeles, has called… Read more »
Explore Mercado San Agustín’s brand-new sister property | By Heather Wuelpern The MSA Annex—a collection of converted shipping containers, which house nearly a dozen shops and a bar—celebrated its grand opening May 4–6, 2018. Local favorite Giant Sand added to the good vibe as their band christened the stage before they kicked off their month-long European tour. The… Read more »
Meet 3 artists who have mastered their crafts | By Sarah Burton Some artists are born creating, never stray from that path, and spend the majority of their lives doing just that. Others, although enamored with creativity and expression, go a more traditional direction and let art take a backseat to careers and everyday life. The three… Read more »
By Amanda Oien Joe Pagac, a native Tucsonan, has been painting murals in Tucson for 14 years and has painted some of the Old Pueblo’s most famous murals. After studying and traveling the world, Pagac still takes his inspiration from the Sonoran Desert but enjoys keeping his art a little surreal and whimsical. “When you’re… Read more »
One millennial finds Tucson has a lot to offer If three years ago you told Quinn Miller that she would not only be living in Tucson, Arizona, but that she would be active in the community and genuinely happy with her life there, she would have given a simple and concise “no.” Growing up in… Read more »