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What's New In Tucson: Winter 2021


What's New In Tucson, Arizona: Winter 2021  

Boasting more than 350 days of sunshine per year, 


4ever Bound - Because Memories Don't Belong in a Drawer

4everBound - Because Memories Don't Belong In a Drawer

About two years ago, while attempting to organize the garage, it became painfully clear that we had a whopping 49 combined years of art and schoolwork collected. Treasured memories and milestones we just couldn't bear to throw away. Artwork, handprints, penmanship, spelling tests, essays, even a letter that Becka wrote Ian after they had a big fight one day. There was no way we were throwing those things out. So, we shuffled some plastic bins around, made a mental note to "do something with all that someday", and went on with our lives.


How to Use CBD for Arthritis Pain

CBD ArthritisArthritis—a medical condition characterized by chronic and sometimes debilitating joint pain—is the leading cause of disability in the United States according to the Arthritis Foundation.[1]

Additionally, this condition currently afflicts roughly 54 million adult Americans, with this number expected to rise to 78 million by the year 2040.

In an effort to relieve this chronic pain and improve their quality of life without having to rely on what are oftentimes...


Top Regional Attractions to Hit This Year in Tucson, Part Two



The wonderfully diverse, tight-knit community of Arizona’s southern city, Tucson, has such a large variety of great places to see and activities with which to take part. Be sure to check out part one of this series as well, and set out to make 2017 a year of adventure and exploration in this eccentric city.

Hotel Congress

Hotel Congress, located on Congress Street in the heart of downtown Tucson, is a historic Tucson landmark. Built in 1919, it’s known as the site where infamous and notorious bank robber John Dillinger was caught in 1934, and hails as...


Top Regional Attractions to Hit This Year in Tucson, Part One


Whether you’re new to “the Old Pueblo” or have been a die-hard Tucsonan your whole life, there is plenty that contributes to this richly cultural, fascinating city. From the luxurious Catalina Foothills to the north, to the affluent East side, to the serene West and eccentric downtown and Central Tucson, resolve to make 2017 a year of exploration in this eclectic city. Hit all the landmarks you’ve always been meaning to visit and open yourself up to new experiences. Here’s part one of our 2017 Tucson must-do list.

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