Category Archives: Cover

Delve Into the Desert

The saguaro cactus is a symbol of Arizona, standing tall and strong in the Sonoran Desert region. To preserve a dense population of this iconic plant, the Saguaro National Monument was established in 1933 and elevated to national park status in 1994.

Sharp Shooters

Legendary lawman Wyatt Earp heard of financial prospects in the boomtown of Tombstone, Arizona, and traveled there with his brothers in December 1879. Along with his reputation as a gunslinger, Wyatt was a gambler and he dealt faro while also trying to keep the peace at the notorious Oriental Saloon after its opening in 1880.

For the People

From “cotton picker” to Grammy-winning artist, the life of Little Joe is astounding and inspirational. The Chicano star had to take charge of his family at age 14, working in the fields, yet found a way to use his real talent and break into the music business.

Real As It Gets

Sports or music? That was the dilemma for Sam Riddle, who happened to excel at both, but eventually he put down the basketball and followed the piano keys to Las Vegas.