Lovin Life in Tucson

Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot: Tucson Firefighters Make Chili For A Cause

by Mckayla Hull Tucson Firefighters Local 479’s personnel are whipping up their best chili and promoting it, all in the name of Adopt-a-Family. The 23rd annual...

Everything New Is Old Again: Scott Bradlee Puts A Retro Spin On Modern Hits

By Alan Sculley The popular phrase may be “everything old is new again.” For Scott Bradlee, it might read everything new is old again. That essentially...

Creating a Buzz: New brewery is a popular spot at SaddleBrooke Ranch

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When Josh Johnson started brewing beer at Ranch House Grill and Brewery in SaddleBrooke Ranch, he knew it would be successful. He was...

Celebrating the Holidays: Tucson offers a variety of traditional events this season

By Laura Latzko The holidays can be a good time to experience the traditional or the unconventional. Tucson has activities for those interested in a...

Bliss Beckons: Norwegian Cruise Line Offers Paradise In Pacific Northwest

By Alison Bailin Batz Earlier this year, Norwegian Cruise Line made international news by launching Bliss, the largest ship to cruise through Alaska. Embarking and...

Ask The Expert Good News About Type 2 Diabetes

By Nancy Klug Tucson Medical Center As we get older, the risk of acquiring type 2 diabetes increases. That doesn’t just apply to those 65...

All About Improvisation: Rickie Lee Jones Prefers To Create Music On The Spot

By L. Kent Wolgamott If Rickie Lee Jones had her way, she’d never sing a song that had been written before she and her musical...

‘A Snapshot of Life’ Artist Jacqueline Chanda writes a love letter to Tucson

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski From her formative years in Detroit to her studies in France, Jacqueline Chanda has been inspired. She strived to become an artist,...

What’s Cooking? Salmon ‘Wellies’ with Creamy Dill Sauce

By Jan D’atri Wellington was always the elegant “signature dish” reserved for special occasions like weddings or a New Year’s Eve celebration. Beef or salmon...

The Last Frontier: Alaska By Boat, Plane And Train

By Ed Boitano I had just put my head down on the hotel room pillow. The day had been fun – but it was also...