Back in August 2009 when we had only a few bloggers & readers online, I wrote about community resources (publications/news outlets) in the Tucson/Southern Arizona area. I wasn’t so computer savvy, so I didn’t even include the blue hyperlinks.
So now that March 2011 & Spring are here, I’m re-publishing an updated (somewhat comprehensive list of how to find out what’s there to do in the Old Pueblo, under the Tucson Sun) — to aid us all in learning about & enjoying the numerous community events.
Arizona Daily Star, www.azstarnet.com
Tucson Weekly, www.tucsonweekly.com
Arizona Daily Wildcat, www.wildcat.arizona.edu
(University of Arizona)
www.uanews.org (University of Arizona News, online only)
Aztec Press, www.aztecpressonline.com, Pima Community College
www.tucsonsentinel.com (Tucson Sentinel online only)
Explorer News, www.explorernews.com
Green Valley News & Sun, www.gvnews.com
www.arizonanewstelegraph.com , Arizona News-Telegraph (online only)
Inside Tucson Business, www.azbiz.com
www.TheNewSouthwest.com, The New Southwest, formerly Tucson Green Times (online only recently)
The Observer, www.tucsonobserver.com
Monthly or bimonthly magazines:
Tucson Lifestyle, www.tucsonlifestyle.com
Desert Leaf, www.desertleaf.com
Downtown Tucsonan, www.downtowntucson.org
Never Too Late, www.pcoa.org (Pima Council on Aging)
Bear Essential News (for Kids), www.bearessentialnews.com
Tucson Peace Calendar, www.peacecalendar.org
Arizona Jewish Post, www.jewishtucson.org
Tucson Pedaler, www.tucsonpedaler.com
Vermilion Flycatcher (Tucson Audubon Society), www.tucsonaudubon.org
At Your Library, www.library.pima.gov, Pima County Public Library (now only 3x/year)
www.dotucson.com (DoTucson.com online only)
www.tucsonstyle.com (Tucsonstyle.com online only)
www.wingspan.org (Wingspan-LGBT, online only)
Last but not least, don’t forget our “Voice of Tucson”, www.tucsoncitizen.com, formerly the Tucson Citizen newspaper which ceased print publication on May 16, 2009.
And please let me know if there are any publications/monthly magazines I may have overlooked.