International Minute Press

International Minute Press
5551 E. Grant Road • Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: (520) 885-0717 • Fax: (520) 885-0731
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  • Tucson showcase a gem for visitors

    The Tucson Gem, Mineral and Fossil Showcase is now underway and taking all over the city at more than 40 locations, including exhibit tents, giant halls, and hotels.

  • Fourth annual outdoor festival to be held in Tucson

    The upcoming BEYOND Tucson event, celebrating health, diversity, and goodwill, will be taking place at the Sabino Canyon Recreation Area and in more than 25 other sites throughout the region this weekend. The Coronado National Forest will waive all day-use and parking fees.

  • Tucson offers seasonal showcase

    The holiday season has come to Old Tucson, the premier film location in Southern Arizona offering more than 300 feature Western television and Hollywood films. The Old Times Holiday celebration will have a festive atmosphere, with music from the holidays and a visit from Santa Claus.

  • Veterans given month-long free pet promotion

    The Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) in Tucson is offering all active duty and former and retired members of the service the ability to take a pet home at no charge during the month of November.

  • Tucson zoo welcomes first African elephant of 2014

    The first African elephant born in the United States this year, and the first ever born in Arizona, recently made her debut appearance at the Reid Park Zoo in Tucson.

  • Arizonan wines to be featured in yearly bash

    The Magdelena Bash Harvest Festival, a major attraction for the Elgin/Sonita wine region, will be hosted by Kief-Joshua Vineyards later this month.

  • Tucson plays it cool this summer

    The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson will be hosting its Cool Summer Nights with a lineup of programs, all carrying family-friendly and desert-related themes, on Saturday evenings through the end of August.

  • Tenth season begins for movies in the park

    Cox Communications and the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance have brought Movies in the Park back to Tucson, in Reid Park Demeester Performing Arts Pavilion.

  • Pancake eatery to add alcohol options

    Millies Pancake Haus, a restaurant serving breakfast and lunch with a European twist located on the east side of Tucson, recently announced that it will be adding wine, beer, and other mixed drinks to its menu.

  • Tucson to offer senior lunch programs

    A daily lunch program throughout the city of Tucson, offered by the City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Department and the Pima Council on Aging, has come into force.