Wednesday, April 8, 2020 / by Adam Donaldson
Article originally posted on innotechtoday.com on March 18th, 2020
The Wild West spirit remains alive and well in Tucson. It’s no longer like that portrayed by the many Westerns shot at Old Tucson Studios or nearby Tombstone. The spirit now draws people from entirely different walks: the ever-evolving technology-industry-business community; and the rich arts and cultural side.
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Monday, March 23, 2020 / by Adam Donaldson
Article originally posted on tucsonweekly.com on March 16th, 2020
Looking for things to do that will keep your kids entertained during these closures? Check out this great list put together by Tucson Weekly for ideas. One of our favorite activities from the list is the virtual kids library from the Pima County Library. Hit the link below to access this great resource.
Pima County Kid's Library
Wednesday, February 26, 2020 / by Adam Donaldson
Article originally posted on tucson.com on February 8th, 2020
While Southern Arizona has always been known for rich, mining resources, now the Old Pueblo is gaining a national reputation for being a mining tech hub.
From autonomous equipment to dust suppression and ore crushing, the growing number of companies that support mines moving into the Tucson market has been attention-getting.
The industry is estimated to have a $6 billion impact on Arizona’s economy with about 36,000 jobs connected to mining.
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Thursday, January 16, 2020 / by Adam Donaldson
Article originally posted on thistucson.com on January 10, 2020With so many local events and festivals to choose from each year, here are our favorites for this year. For the whole list of events click the link below
Full 2020 Event List
Tucson Gem, Mineral and Fossil Showcase
For a little more than two weeks in February, vendors from around the world converge in Tucson at more than 40 venues to sell gems, minerals, fossils and other items.
When: Feb. 1-16, 2020
Info: Go here
UA Spring Fling
This student-run carnival features rides, games, food booths and entertainment on the University of Arizona Mall.
When: April 3-5, 2020
Info: Go here
Fourth Avenue Street Fair
The street fair features artists from around the world, crafters, entertainers and food vendors twice annually, in spring and winter.
When: March 20-22, 2020 and again in the winter
Info: Go h ...
Wednesday, January 15, 2020 / by Adam Donaldson
Article originally posted on TEP.com on January 2020
Tucson Electric Power’s program to improve energy efficiency in local schools is simultaneously supporting Arizona-based jobs.
Reducing schools’ utility costs leaves more resources to serve students. “When you consider there’s a 10-year life expectancy for LED lighting, they’re also saving on repair and maintenance over those years as well.”
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