Family-friendly Fun at Triple Play

In a nutshell: What chain restaurants like Applebees can only simulate, Triple Play does organically and authentically… it has provided a family-friendly place for the community to come together What I always order: the hamburger with the sweet potato fries Lucy Agave: I’ll begin by admitting that I’ve got more than a handful of greatContinue reading “Family-friendly Fun at Triple Play”

Our interview with Joe Rieman, Owner of Triple Play

“Honestly, I feel like the community owns this place…” So where did the idea for Triple Play come from? About fifteen years ago this accident near the school sparked a conversation in the community about how there is nothing for kids to do out here (in Sahuarita). People would comment on how they have toContinue reading “Our interview with Joe Rieman, Owner of Triple Play”

Tacos and Troubadours

In a nutshell: It’s OK if your boyfriend won’t serenade you, we found someone who will! No such thing as too many appetizers at La Chingada Cocina Mexicana Saguaro Sam: The same night that Lucy and I completed the Haiku Hike we decided to check out ANOTHER new Tucson event… Troubadour Thursdays.  I’m hoping thisContinue reading “Tacos and Troubadours”

Are you ready for the “Haiku Hike”?

Lucy Agave: For me, “Haiku Hike” conjured images of a long-winded hiking trail ironically named after a very short type of poem by some sadistic professional hiker. (What can I say? My mind goes to dark places.) Luckily for all of us, my imagination ran away from me on that one and the actual “HaikuContinue reading “Are you ready for the “Haiku Hike”?”

Beaming and Blooming at the Tucson Botanical Gardens

In a nutshell: What a relaxing oasis indeed! We’d recommend planning your visit around breakfast or lunch to enjoy a meal at Edna’s Eatery. What we ate: the Arizona Orange Smoothie and the Avocado Toast. Our Plant Scavenger Hunt Challenge for you: Try to find… The “scaredy cat” plant,… the plant that smells exactly likeContinue reading “Beaming and Blooming at the Tucson Botanical Gardens”