These entryways to long-gone businesses are a step back into Tucson history.
The window displays at Hydra downtown are always retro fun. The current back-to-school theme includes this child wearing a "dunce" hat. Did you ever attend a school that had one? Check out a few other windows from the past year.
Do you have a favorite public sculpture in Tucson? Please post a photo. Meanwhile, here are a few True Tucson choices.
There's a skateboard rack inside the 6th Street garage at the UA. Who thought of this idea? I've never seen a board locked up, but I like it.
Tucson officially became part of the United States in June 1854 after the U.S. and Mexico ratified and signed the Gadsden treaty. But Mexican troops didn't leave town for almost two more years. Here's why....
Wouldn't it be delightful to have a junk playground downtown? And here are four more ways to improve Tucson.
Sadly, there are many contenders for the title of worst public building in Tucson. But this one "wins" because it is on Congress Street and serves as the west entrance to downtown. It is quite an "unwelcome" mat.
There's almost always something new to see in this downtown fountain.
Demolition started a couple of weeks ago on the old Westerner hotel at Stone and Broadway, and it is starting today on the former Diocese of Tucson building at Church and Broadway. And those are just two of the many projects under construction this summer.
Here's praying that the interior of this wonderful chapel can be saved.
"Lest We Forget" says the simple World War I memorial in Armory Park downtown. But is lists no names of the men who died in service of the United States. And, sadly, even on this Memorial Day, no flag flies from its deteriorating pole. I decided to try to find out more about these men.
Lilac, plum and mauve. Why aren't these colors more popular for houses?
Here's how Tucsonans recycle.
What is not to love about this library?
A new purpose for old junk.
A narrow strip of land in the El Presidio neighborhood has become an oasis in a city that can never have enough shade.
The neighborhood southeast of Grant and Oracle roads is a little dodgy. But it has something going for it that I'll bet your neighborhood doesn't.
Do you trust a business based on its age? What if its age is 103? How about a newborn?