Women brewers from Arizona and Mexico have worked together on a new beer, which will be released in Tucson at Borderlands Brewing Company on Friday, January 17, 2020.
Arizona’s original WineCafé to locate in the historic yet vibrant Midtown neighborhood, inside a glass-walled, lush space.
An exceptionally important Mid-century modern house designed by one of Tucson’s legendary 20th century architects has been saved by the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation.
There's so much to look forward to in the future of Reid Park Zoo! Reid Park Zoo's 10-year Master Plan will bring improvements to your Zoo in three exciting phases.
Tucson Museum of Art invites the community to join in celebrating the opening of the Alice Chaiten Baker Center for Art Education.
The 2020 Sun Cup will be re-branded as the Visit Tucson Sun Cup effective immediately. The tournament will feature five MLS clubs plus Phoenix Rising and will be held at the Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, Ariz. on February 15-22, 2020.
TUCSON, Ariz., December 17, 2019 – Women around the world have been making beer since ancient times. In the United States-Mexico border region, two groups of women brewers – one in the Arizona and the other in Mexico – are making history by collaborating on a new craft beer in what will be the first all-female binational brew project of its kind.
(TUCSON, ARIZ., December 13, 2019) A new and improved version of the Turquoise Trail map and app will be available Sunday, Dec. 27, the Tucson Presidio Museum announced. Originally launched 11 years ago with a blue line on the sidewalk and a printed brochure/map, the Turquoise Trail (a self-guided walking tour of downtown Tucson historical and heritage sites) has become a Tucson institution for visitors and locals alike. Now, the Presidio Museum has unveiled a brand-new brochure with an up-to-date map of downtown AND a brand new accompanying app. The Turquoise Trail is a great outing for those ready to tackle a New Year’s resolution.
The Friday Food, Fun and Flix holiday movie series lit up the big screen on Friday to kick off a series of family-friendly flicks downtown. Families flocked to the event, which features a gigantic screen in Jácome Plaza on the corner of Stone and Pennington avenues.
This past June, Tucson-based chocolate company Monsoon Chocolate won more than any other American company in the 2019 International Chocolate Awards Americas competition while competing against chocolate makers and chocolatiers in North, Central, and South America.