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.

30 Nov

5 of the Best Annual Events in Tucson


Every year, Tucson features several annual events. While 2020 changed or postponed some of these events, we still want to highlight some of the fantastic annual events you can look forward to in the future. With the unique desert landscape, university, and retirement neighborhoods, Tucson boasts a colorful and wonderful collection of demographics. This means that Tucson’s events are as diverse as the city itself.

28 Nov

Why Outdoor Enthusiasts Love Tucson, Arizona


Tucson, Arizona topped the list of Outside Magazine’s “The 12 Best Places to Live in 2019,” and some of the many reasons why it’s such an amazing place to call home are the wide array of outdoor activities and stunning environments to explore. With a population of 535,676 and a park acreage of 4,610, Tucson clocks in as a mid-sized city. It also boasts the designation of a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy with its unique combination of Native American, northern Sonoran, and colonial Spanish cuisines.

21 Jul

Monsoon Season is Here, and the Potential Damage that Comes with It


Monsoon season officially started on June 15. Known for bringing strong winds and heavy rains to Tucson, Monsoons can cause flash floods that occur within minutes. The dry soil of Southern Arizona is unable to absorb the sudden rainfall, leaving many homes susceptible to flooding. 

You can minimize Tucson monsoon water damage by making some tweaks to your property before a monsoon strikes. Here are some helpful tips to keep your property safe in the event of a monsoon! 

15 Jul

Discover Tucson's 6 Districts


Welcome to Tucson and its six unique districts: Main Gate, Fourth Avenue, Congress Street, Presidio, Convention, and Sentinel. Connected by the Sun Link Tucson Streetcar, the six downtown districts are easy to explore and offer plenty of  unique vibes, history, and entertainment opportunities.

Whether you live near Tucson or are planning a day trip, Tucson promises to be a space to enjoy a wonderful culture and cuisine.

03 Dec

5 Brunch Places to Try in Tucson


Who doesn’t love brunch? Whether it’s on the weekend or weekday, a brunch carries the association of a slow-start morning with relaxation and delicious food. When it’s time for brunch, Tucson offers plenty of amazing spots to try.

Bisbee Breakfast Club

https://www.bisbeebreakfastclub.com/