Tuscon’s Disappearing Golf Courses
Published on Dec. 2, 2012 by Cece Marshall
Since the recession in 2008, Southern Arizona has seen the closing of many of its golf courses-both public and private.
- Southern Arizona’s Disappearing Golf Courses (cecemarshall.wordpress.com)
UA Golfer discusses Tucson’s Public Courses
Published on Nov 8, 2012 by Cece Marshall
UA Men’s Golf Team member, Alex McMahon spends his Saturday afternoon hitting balls at the local public golf course driving range. He would usually be up at his home course, Arizona National, but recently its been having trouble staying open.
UA Celebrates National Food Day with Nutritionist Gale Welter
Published on Oct 26, 2012 by Cece Marshall
Gale Welter-Coleman, a Nutritionist at the UA talks of the importance of food and sustainability.
Umi Star Sushi Fusion
Published on Oct 10, 2012 by Cece Marshall
Umi Star Sushi offers Tucson a dialectic of unique flavors rolled up into a traditional asian dish.
Collision Repair of Tucson
Published on Sep 16, 2012 by Cece Marshall
When getting your car repaired from an auto accident, “Collision Specialist of Tucson” shows you the things you “auto” know.
Dillon Horger: Raptor Free Flight Specialist
Published on Sep 4, 2012 by Cece Marshall
Dillon Horger, curator of the Raptor Free Flight exhibit at the Arizona Sonoran Museum, reflects on how he first became interested in training birds of prey.
Life in America: Elemental Artistry
Published on Jul 9, 2012 by Cece Marshall
Elemental Artistry performance troupe create dazzling spectacles for audience members of fire twirling, stilt walking, and fire eating.
Though this is fairly unique in Tucson, Ariz. fire spinning has been used for centuries originating in Australia.
My Neighborhood: Mermoz, Dakar Senegal
While studying abroad, I called this place my home. Full of vibrant life, kids playing, a bakery, and street vendors.
Atop Wayna Picchu
The summer of 2009, I traveled around Peru and visited the ancient city of Machu Picchu. Early one morning, around 2:30 a.m., we woke up and began the climb to the top of the iconic Wayna Picchu. This was our view from the top.