Going “back to school” has different meanings for every student. To some, it’s getting that new backpack or pair of sneakers, and to others it’s getting to mingle with classmates you’ve never met before or haven’t seen in a while. This year is a little different and The Screamery is hoping to ease students into […]
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The weather is heatin’ up and in turn, several local businesses are heatin’ up their ovens. Right now, there are tables to be cleaned, thousands of mouths to feed, and you’ve just so happened to run across a roundup of some of those opportunities. So, clean up that resume, put yourself out there, and stay […]
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Brewers are coming together to support the “Black is Beautiful” campaign, which shines a light on the brewing community as an “inclusive place for everyone of any color.” It’s an initiative happening all around the nation, but locally, everyone can show their support by purchasing “Black Is Beautiful” beers from Ten55 Brewing Company and Pueblo […]
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Once again, you’ll be able to feel the rumble of the train passing by as Borderlands Brewing Company reopens its doors for dine-in from 4 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 29. Over the last few months, the brewery was partially open to offer beer to-go and deliver services while following CDC guidelines, of course. […]
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“Woof Down Wednesday” returns as the Humane Society of Southern Arizona teams up with several local restaurants on Wednesday, July 29. It shouldn’t hurt to be a homeless pet, and donating doesn’t have to hurt your wallet either. Aside from raising funds for animals in need and supporting the programs provided for them, the day […]
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Across the country, Thai restaurants are joining forces to give back to the hospitality industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Senae Thai Bistro, which was recently awarded the Thai SELECT USA designation by the Thai Trade Center North America, is participating in the #ThaiFood4Heroes campaign. So far, Senae Thai Bistro has donated 100 meals to nurses, […]
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Located just 113 miles southeast of Phoenix is the city of Tucson.  With a laid back and quiet lifestyle, people who relocate here enjoy historic neighborhoods, locally owned businesses,  restaurants, breweries and a great music scene.  Additionally, the Tucson housing market is 24% less expansive than the housing market in Phoenix. The Tucson Association of […]
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  Completed: In April of 2018, Tucson Museum of Art received a $2.5 million gift from trustee and Tucson business leader, I. Michael Kasser. The gift is the single most significant individual donor gift in the museum’s history. Aa 6,000 square-foot gallery,  named the Kasser Family Wing was constructed, and will be used to exhibit […] …Continue Reading

One person’s fungus is someone else’s delicacy. Él Mexicano is hosting a “Taco Pop-Up” to-go at Batch Cafe & Bar from 4 – 6 p.m. on Friday, July 24. On the menu is Tacos de Huitlacoche with Oaxaca cheese. So what exactly is it? It’s literally a fungus that grows on ears of corn — […]
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A surplus of bottles are in need of a new home. Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort is throwing a “Cellar Reduction Sale” from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 25 and Sunday, July 26. The resort will be opening up its cellar selection of at least 800 wine and spirit bottles to […]
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  Completed: RendeZvous Urban Flats is a new a six story 121,000 sqft building with 104 market-rate apartments that are either one or two bedrooms ranging from 700-1,310 sqft and 4,200 sqft of ground floor retail. The project is also incorporating a ground-level plaza with amenities such as Ben’s Bells salvaged art, water features, barbecue […] …Continue Reading

Throughout the month of June, the regional and family-owned Barro’s Pizza raised $40,000 to help Arizona families affected by pediatric cancer. The pizza joint donated a portion of every lunch special sold last month, and will now donate the proceeds to the Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children. The nonprofit directly provides financial assistance to families […]
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At the end of June, Hotel Congress made the decision to temporarily close its doors in order to keep the community’s health a top priority. Today, longtime neighboring supporter Crooked Tooth Brewing Company is stepping up to the plate to offer some additional relief to the hotel’s displaced employees. For a while now, Crooked Tooth has been […]
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Colorado-based breakfast chain Snooze has announced that it’s officially opening its doors on Wednesday, July 22 at 2500 E. Grant Rd., Suite 182. Brothers Jon and Adam Schlegel founded Snooze in 2006 in Denver. The company opened its 40th location in 2019 and had plans to open 12 additional locations in 2020. All employees will […]
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Tuk Tuk Thai – Thai Street Food is in the process of moving in at 2990 N. Campbell Ave., Suite 130 — just next door to Lovin’ Spoonfuls. For the last 27 years, Bud Sayso has owned and operated two Khao San locations in Portland, Oregon, and now he’s bringing the same concept to Tucson. […]
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