OMG OMG!! I can't WAIT until March 03!! PROMETHEUS is SO awesome and it's going to be an ALL VINYL SET! :D
Tucson Equestrian Center runs AMAZING events. They are well organized, relaxed atmosphere for all levels of riders. Everyone should give their competitions a try. You will be very pleased.
This dedicated little troupe consistently delivers fine performances of plays by local author Pere Summers and such tried-and-true entertainment as Sherlock Holmes, along with well-acted readings from classic mystery and comedy authors. Give them a try!
I got so much help and inspiration from the Tucson Inventor Group!
It was a breath of fresh air to talk with other intellectuals! Most of the members are experts in their field, so it was nice to get free feedback on my product idea! Everyone is so supportive!
I left the meeting all fired up to move my idea forward!
I will definitely be there "first Thursday" each month!
This is like no other! Don't want to miss this one.
I attend Executive Toastmastersummary and really enjoy the members, leadership, learning new skills and hearing great speeches
Lovely people,lovely food.Jordanian dish with pine nuts is so good.
Didn't expect to write a review but I did not want the above post to be the last, since he was mistaken about it being closed.
My wife and I enjoy a pizza and beer most Friday's before going into the adjacent movie theatre. The service, pizza and beer are always very good. Pizza is delicious, with much of the ingredients made on site. The glasses are chilled (as they should always be) and the draft choices should serve everyone's taste (although I can never get enough dark lager choices anywhere). The service is fast, perfect and always very personal. I would give a shout-out to the server by name, but I don't like doing that if I have not asked the individual first. She always remembers us, and what we like, even though we are never there more than once a week for one beer and a pizza.
The Oracle area, 35 miles north of downtown Tucson, has a very rich southwestern history, including mining, tuberculosis sanitarium, late 19th century African-American entrepreneurs, Buffalo Bill Cody, early Hollywood film setting, possibly the earliest dude ranch, spectacular location and weather, and currently a great place to retire and the home to Biosphere 2. Checkout the OHS site here: http://www.oraclehistoricalsociety.org/ the OHS Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/8790835521… the Biosphere 2 here: http://biosphere2.org/ and El Rancho Robles here: http://elranchorobles.com/
UPDATE: POSTPONED TO FEBRUARY 4TH DUE TO RAIN
Fantastic gem of a store that just makes you smile!
Pleasantly surprised by the quality of food and service at this little cafe. Rather crowded - apparently the multitudes have found the place, but certainly one of the best food places I've run into in Tucson. Wait staff is knowledgeable and helpful, adding to the overall positive impression. Only possible negative is that in one section of the restaurant, you are in essence in a tent!
My spc needs son & I were just there tonight. It was EXCELENT. THEY A NEW STAFF & cooks. The head c
Should be Best of Tucson consistent winner for all the special selections hand-picked for her customers. Learn a little about wines at the tastings or ask her questions when you shop - she has all the answers - really knows her wines! AND is super nice too! A pleasure to shop here and the quality of the selections is guaranteed to be a good place to get gift-wines without wondering if you did OK!
Due to construction on Stone Ave., Drachman Street is the easiest way to enter the parking lot.
Im glad this is not one of the hard sales things! I went to one last month and it was fantastic. I look forward to meeting everyone part of the Tucson investor group.
An awesome place to test your thinking skills! Definitely worth a try!
The Sunday Brunch and Music Series at Monterey Court is fantastic! Great food and the best of local and touring acoustic artists start your week off perfectly. Hosted by local artist, Nancy Elliott, with a guest performer every week.
I've been to this event before - it was a fun family event!
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