A University of Arizona graduate took the photographs that artist Shepard Fairey used as inspiration for an illustration now on the cover of TIME magazine. Victoria Varnish lives in Los Angeles but grew up in Tucson.
While you can't go wrong with giving essential baby gifts like diapers and wipes, if you're looking for something special, try some of these infant gifts from Tucson baby stores, makers and services.
Chances are you've probably walked by or visited some these of these haunted Tucson places and felt some weird vibes or seen something you can't explain, you're definitely not alone. Muahaha!
Tucson's small businesses are preparing for a holiday shopping season of unknowns and asking customers to shop early as they deal with shipping delays and supply chain disruptions during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more
Tucson master sommelier Oscar Saenz lost both his jobs to COVID-19 and watched as his chosen field dissolved around him. Star reporter Andi Berlin followed his quest to survive and chart a new course. Read more
While festivities may look eerily different this year with the Pima County Health Department recommending that the community avoid door-to-door trick-or-treating, Halloween parties, haunted houses and festivals all events that can put you in close proxmity with others, Tucsonans are getting real creative to make sure kids and families can still enjoy some Halloween magic. Read more
An updated list of resources that provide monetary assistance, rent relief, groceries and more for people in Tucson and Southern Arizona during the COVID-19 crisis. Read more
Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a joyful Mexican tradition celebrated annually Oct. 31 through Nov. 2. Tucson, Arizona events start as early as Oct. 24, 2020. Read more
If you haven't been able to stay on top of every local race and decision in the 2020 election in Pima County, you aren't alone so we have gathered the recommendations of the Arizona Daily Star's Editorial Board in a voter guide. Read more
Tips for filling out and returning your ballot by mail or at drop-off boxes and locations in Pima County, Arizona for the 2020 election. Read more
The new children's book "Grumpaloffagus" by Tucson author Kristin Gudenkauf is about helping kids process negative emotions. The book is self-published and proceeds from sales in November will support Tucson nonprofit Red Sleigh Toy Run. Read more
Cultivo Mercado Colectivo, is bringing together a mix of 28 vendors from both Phoenix and Tucson who make, create and sell everything from accessories, clothing, shoes, art, jewelry, candles, home decor and food, largely inspired by their culture. Read more
There are still plenty of Tucson, Arizona autumn traditions you can enjoy during 2020, including finding fall colors, picking pumpkins, planting a fall garden, eating at Tucson Meet Yourself and more. Read more
Spaces to Learn, a volunteer-run project, is asking for donated desks, keyboards, desk lamps, headphones and other equipment to help make learning from home a bit easier and more productive for families who couldn't otherwise afford to purchase these items. Read more
Fall break for many school districts is quickly approaching. We found Tucson camps and other ideas to fill your family's week. Read more
Tucson author Jillian Cantor's new novel "The Code for Love and Heartbreak" is a YA Jane Austen retelling of "Emma." In this modern adaptation, Emma is a math nerd who creates a matchmaking app. Read more
Tucson allocated $2 million of federal CARES Act money to fund Small Business Continuity Grants through the We Are One/Somos Uno Resiliency Fund which is helping Tucson women- and minority-owned small businesses access relief money. Read more
Las Azaleas focuses on the work of of historic and contemporary female Latin artists and composers, some of whom may not have received the same level of exposure as their male counterparts. Read more
Life Under the Oaks Lavender Farm re-opens in Oracle this weekend, just an hour north of Tucson. The southern Arizona lavender field is open to the public on weekends. Read more
The last day to register to vote in Arizona is Monday, Oct. 5. How to register in Arizona, how to update your registration, how to vote by mail in Arizona and other voting resources. Read more