This winter, I bought a house in the country. So far in fact, that DoorDash does not deliver. Insert my horrified face! Yes there are chains nearby but we love LOCAL peeps. So imagine my surprise when I take a wrong turn and discover a mini-mall of local shops. Even a local hardware store. Buzzing around me were seniors on golf carts. Beside one of the ten stops signs, stood a board for The Korner Cafe. My family and I wandered inside... The Food: Breakfast was tasty! The egg
Hair can make or break you! Your spirits. Your attitude about life. Thank the Lord for Tucson's local Hair Fairy-Godmother: Cass. Belle Starr Salon is hidden behind saguaros and stucco in the city. Step inside to sweet fairy lights and a bar of gifts handmade in Tucson. It is obvious how much love and care went into this salon. Oodles of "shear" science is what you will learn from stylist and owner Cass. Cass teaches clients so much about their hair care, that her killer cuts
Is it worth the entry price? Will my grandma and my toddlers enjoy the show? Here are the deets I wish I would have had.
PROS: Slides, stingrays, and one super-sized light board!
Blinking tunnels of lights to race under, or schmooze beneath. Funnel cake and pork buns for days.
A surprise seal show!
Iconic designs to make EVERY generation smile. CONS: Expensive tickets IF you don't utilize the free rides. Still worth the unique experience if you can swing it. *Military an
Tucsonans go HARD for Christmas! Maybe it's the snowbirds who take pride in their displays. Perhaps it's the longing for a snowy white holiday in 70 degrees. Whatever super-Santa-powers this desert city boasts, it upped the ante this year! How many light shows have you attended that were designed by artists, flown in from China? That is why this one is so good. The towers of cheery lights are fun and festive but it's the ART that makes this show special. Look as closely as yo