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COVID-19

TUCSON (KVOA) – Tourism in Tucson and Arizona definitely took a hit during the pandemic. But there are encouraging signs it is on the rebound.

American Way

NOVEL IDEAS – Across the country American hotels are launching literary programs to engage guests with the written word. (Chander Navarro) Read Release

Memorial Day escapes

According to the AAA Memorial Day holiday travel forecast, 37 million people are expected to travel over the long weekend this year, up 60% from

Art, Coffee, Beer, Wine

Vintage vibes. Modern perks. Affordable rates. Retro meets contemporary here at their 1960’s mid-century modern art hotel. From the fully restored pool to the A-shaped

Scenic Family Trips

Even as families resume leisure travel this spring, outdoor recreation and scenic drives rank high to aid in continued social distancing. It’s definitely time to

Pullman hotel to be renovated, renamed

A Pullman city official on Wednesday shared details about two upcoming changes to downtown Pullman that include a hotel facelift and a project to light

Lost and Sound

BUSINESSES caught up in the BATTLE AGAINST COVID-19 have suffered many losses. Some have managed to maintain their footing, while others have been driven by

A bookstore focusing on Latinx authors…

When Syrena Arevalo-Trujillo launched her pop-up book shop in the spring of 2019, bringing books in English and Spanish written by Latinx authors to community

Hotel McCoy offers rent-free space

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Syrena Arevalo-Trujillo has sold books at pop-up shops around Tucson for the past two years. Now, she nally has her own

The Real McCoy

Metal flowers front a shiny Thunderbird setting the mood for the vintage feel inside the McCoy Hotel. Nothing distracts the eye so pleasingly as vibrant

Why Tucson

HOTEL MCCOY IS AN OUTSTANDING VENUE FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION’S EVENT OR RETREAT. WE HAVE A LARGE MEETING ROOM (800 S.F.) THAT OPENS ONTO A PRIVATE,

The New Yorker

Tucson’s never really had an ocial nickname. There’s “Old Pueblo, ” meant to evoke the city’s ancient roots — it was settled by 17thcentury Spanish

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