Tucson murals continue to inspire hope and filll our city's walls with beauty.
The first phase of the Reid Park Zoo's expansion will extend into Reid Park and replace the smaller duck pond in Tucson, Arizona, adding red pandas, Malayan tigers and more.
You can find water at these Tucson, AZ places all year long. Check out the Santa Cruz River, Silverbell Lake, Reid Park's pond, Agua Caliente Park and Sweetwater Wetlands.
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
Buy pre-picked pumpkins or pick your own at these Southern Arizona pumpkin patches, including Apple Annie's in Willcox, Brian and Kelly's Pumpkins and the Marana Pumpkin Patch. Read more
Support our Tucson City of Gastronomy by ordering food from one of these certified restaurants. They serve Sonoran staples like mesquite-grilled carne asada, Sonoran hot dogs, chile gueritos and more. Read more
Since it opened on Campbell and Fort Lowell, Tuk Tuk Thai Tucson, Arizona has been a popular takeout spot for its menu including curries, noodles and Thai iced tea. It features unique regional dishes. Read more
Our restaurant scene is more diverse than ever with a new Hong Kong-style Chinese restaurant, an artisanal cider bar, fresh churros and more. Read more
We're concluding our 2020 Summer Reading Challenge for Grown-Ups with some literary matchmaking. A Pima County Public Library librarian is joining us on Zoom to give you free, personalized book recommendations. Read more
If you are moving to Tucson, Arizona, new to Tucson or have lived here for years. Learn about the weather, Santa Cruz River, our UNESCO City of Gastronomy, monsoon season and the ASU vs. UofA rivalry. Read more
Chat with Andi about how food writing has changed during the age of coronavirus and hear about some of her go-to cooking tips and recipes. Read more
Buy cute cactus shirts, tanks, stickers and totes in the This Is Tucson online shop. Read more
Tucson organizations and groups are making resources available for those affected or evacuated by the Bighorn Fire near Catalina Foothills and Oro Valley north of Tucson. Read more
Park amenities are expected to remain closed until Aug. 3. Read more
A group of black Tucson artists painting murals in Tucson, Arizona hope the Black Lives Matter mural project will break down racial barriers and help launch conversations about the treatment of people of color in the United States. Read more
The community-created Google doc includes black-owned businesses in Tucson, Arizona including bars and restaurants, clothing, local musicians, nonprofits and more. Read more
The coronavirus pandemic has forced Tucson teachers to quickly figure out new ways to help students. This is how Kasie Betten, an English teacher at Desert View High School, is adjusting to remote learning. Read more
As Tucson neighbors social distance during the coronavirus outbreak, people are using signs, chalk, painted rocks, stuffed bear hunts and more to encourage others and stay connected. Read more
The coronavirus pandemic has forced teachers to quickly figure out new ways to help Tucson kids continue learning from home. Read more
Arizona schools are closed for the rest of the year because of coronavirus restrictions. As teachers and students began remote learning last week, we spoke to Tia Tsosie-Begay about her experience. Read more
Where to get takeout and delivery so we can keep these people in business! Read more
Wildflowers kick off our spring bloom, making way for flowering cacti and trees in the months to come. Read more