Tuesday, February 27, 2007

'Cooking Light' Magazine Misspells the Name of Our Fair City

Posted By on Tue, Feb 27, 2007 at 8:26 AM

I just received a press release from a PR firm reminding me that Tucson was named one of the best 10 cities to live in America. I previously mentioned this in my column when it first previewed.

Now it's mentioned in the magazine in more depth and online. Although the text in the magazine is spelled correctly, the added headline for "Tuscon" is not. (See this week's rant.)

Other mentions include the Community Food Bank farmers' market and some unusual produce there, Tucson Originals, Zivaz for best light bite, and crediting El Charro for inventing the chimichanga. Click on pages 2 and 3 for parks and recreational type activities. For a change, Canyon Ranch Resort trumps Miraval as the best spa.

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