Beginning this week, the Fox in partnership with Magnolia Films will present four award-winning, dynamic music documentaries.
Nine of the country’s most innovative chefs and foodservice professionals representing an array of culinary styles and backgrounds will be honored the week of June 15 during United Fresh LIVE!, as part of the United Fresh Produce Excellence in Foodservice Award Program.
Arizona History Museum in Tucson will reopen to the public on June 16. Members Only Day June 13.
Tucson’s James Beard Award-Winning Chef Janos Wilder brings back his “farm to table” food truck to Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails.
PeopleForBikes has released its third annual ratings of the best cities for bicycling in the U.S. Tucson ranks 13th overall.
The Presidio San Agustín del Tucson Museum is reopening with limited evening hours starting on Thursday, June 25.
An outstanding collection of mid-century modern commercial buildings designed by Tucson’s cohort of 20th-century architects has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fox Restaurant Concepts will re-open dining rooms for limited capacity dine-in service at select concepts and locations beginning May 21,2020.
Old Tucson is pleased to announce it will have a limited reopening for Memorial Weekend.
Tucson, Ariz. (May 7, 2020) Yume Japanese Gardens of Tucson has launched "1,000 Cranes, 1,000 Dreams," a project to provide hope and healing to hearts frayed by the coronavirus pandemic. Yume invites community participation, asking interested individuals to contribute at least one handmade origami crane and either mail it to the museum or place it in a mailbox near its entrance, 2130 N Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85712. When Yume reopens – it’s temporarily closed – the origami birds will be displayed with hundreds more all across the museum’s gardens.