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Looking for a new pet but no time for daily walks? Have allergies to fur or feathers? How about a desert tortoise?
Children ages 3-6 and their caretakers are invited to join Miss Lynn for a 1-mile hike along the Merkle Trail, where they will learn to do a coyote howl and crawl like a bobcat. The trail is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers. Hats, water and closed-toe shoes are recommended.
MEXICO CITY — Christopher Kostow foraged in the open stalls of the Mercado San Juan, the most gourmet of Mexico City's crumbling, pungent public markets, as vendors hawked: "This way, this way! What can we offer you?"
The Chandler Chamber of Commerce is asking for volunteers to help with the city’s signature event, the Chandler Ostrich Festival. The March 9-11 event requires more than 300 volunteers, with most shifts lasting about four hours.
Our Sonoran Desert is the most biologically diverse of North America’s deserts, and you can learn all about its flora, fauna and archaeology on Tuesday, Jan. 10 in downtown Gilbert.
Are you proud of the place where you live? I am! I am proud to be an Arizonan! There are several different reasons why I love my home, but I will only share three. Arizona is a magical place because of its nature, climate, and diversity of cultures.
SAN DIEGO - An historic canyon, used in years past by cattle rustlers and bandits as an illegal border crossing between Mexico and the United States and more recently by illegal immigrants, is slated to be wiped off the map.
April Pool's Day has variety of activities
What’s about 45 feet tall and has a 44-inch waistline? It sheds a lot and gets regular checkups. But it never moves from its spot. Know the answer?
What’s about 45 feet tall and has a 44-inch waistline? It sheds a lot and gets regular checkups. But it never moves from its spot.
Sara Bird-in-Ground sees her mission as telling the world about the rich culture of her community — the Pima and Maricopa tribes who for centuries farmed the area, sharing their bounty with travelers.