06 Jul

To Pool or Not to Pool


To Pool or Not to Pool

Summers in Southern Arizona can be tough. The weather warms up significantly and while the long days of sunshine are great, the heat can be a lot. So what to do? One option is to put a pool in your yard!

02 Feb

Did Arizona Become a State on Valentine's Day?


It was February 14, 1912, when President William Howard Taft strode into the Oval Office and signed a bill that amended Arizona Territory into the State of Arizona. Though it took a simple signature to enact statehood, the actual efforts to get here were long and arduous.

While February 14th is nationally known as Valentine’s Day, Arizonans know that on this day in history Arizona completed the 48 conterminous United States in the union.

06 Dec

5 Best Tucson Day Trips Less than 2 Hours Away


Undoubtedly, Tucson presents a wide range of opportunities to pique your interest. But, it’s also nice to get out and take an adventure beyond city limits for the day. You don’t need to travel too far or spend the night to enjoy all of the fun activities around Tucson. Discover a mixture of history, nature, and fun goodies on these day trips.

21 Sep

How to Create the Perfect Outdoor Living Space in Arizona


Every home needs a great outdoor living space, especially in the stunning presence of the desert and beautiful sunshine weather Arizona has to offer. Your outdoor area is the perfect place to enjoy nature, relish the best temperatures throughout the day, spend time with friends and family, and engage in entertainment.

02 Jul

6 Facts to Know About Monsoon Season in Arizona


Monsoon season — it happens every June 15, but did you know it wasn't always like that? Back in the olden days, people considered the monsoon to arrive after three consecutive days with dew points of at least 55 degrees. Forecasters decided to set dates, now June 15 through September 30, to allow us to focus on what a monsoon brings.

02 Jan

Historic Tucson Activities: Discover the Old West


Tucson, affectionately known as the Old Pueblo, showcases the Old West’s charms with its proximity to ghost towns and its vast displays of breathtaking terrain from desert to gorgeous pine forests. The vibrant neighborhoods, artsy outposts, and historic sites promise plenty to do for locals and visitors. Stop in Tucson to experience glimpses of the Old West.

01 Nov

Famous People who live in Tucson, Arizona


Arizona is a popular place for celebrities to vacation with its proximity to California and the west coast. Many exclusive resorts have found ways to cater to high profile personalities with stunning golf courses and luxurious spa services. Sedona and Scottsdale are popular locations for famous people to enjoy.