Tucson gets a taste of Greek

When the savory smells of grilled lamb filled the air, Tucson locals know is that of time of the year, the Greek festival.   Those who think of cuisine in Southern Arizona, they typically don’t think of Greek food. In today’s society, there is a limited amount of access to Greek food, especially in Tucson.  Though…

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Tucson-area beer market worth the risk

Middle school teachers, firefighters, college guidance counselors, microbiology researchers, medical students and marketing firm managers. This list showcases a well-represented range of experience — the stuff of elementary school career days — all of which make up a group that shares one burning passion. Beer. From firefighters at Sentinel Peak Brewing Company in midtown to…

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Call for gay rights finds a home in Bisbee

The notoriously progressive, quirky city of Bisbee has been ahead of its time for a while. On June 4, 2013, Bisbee attempted to become the first city in the state to legalize civil unions. While Bisbee’s city council voted 5-2 to allow civil unions, its success did not come without a fight. Less than a week after…

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Fire in to the season with Sonoran Glass School

Southern Arizona is adding Sonoran Glass School to its list of must-see attractions. Last year, the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance included the 13-year-old non-profit, full-service glass arts studio to its recommendations of places visitors should see. Sonoran Glass School, at 633 W. 18th St., Tucson, is the only one of its kind to make the list and…

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Now playing: dine-in theaters in Arizona

It’s Friday night and you have a date. Drop your dinner reservations and forget buying tickets on Fandango because now you can visit one of Arizona’s dine-in theaters, instead. Dine-in theaters combine restaurants and movies. Instead of nibbling on popcorn and M&Ms in your stiff theater seating, you can sit back in a comfy recliner…

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