• 2515

    Before his death in 1982, Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia was one of Arizona’s most prolific artists. He was an impressionist, western pop painter, sculptor and lithographer best known for his pastels of wide-eyed Native American children. His work sold for thousands of dollars and appeared on UNICEF holiday greeting cards. But in 1976, DeGrazia became involved ...
  • 8284

    TORTILLA FLAT - For more than a hundred years, thirsty travelers have flocked to Tortilla Flat. Once a popular stagecoach stop along the Apache Trail, the saloon anchoring this tiny and resilient community still serves up libations to tourists seeking a slice of Old Arizona.
  • 9062

    Arizona's most notorious lost treasure story for both believers and otherwise takes place in the mysterious Superstition Mountains. The rugged range of mountains east of the Salt River Valley encom­passes some of the most breathtaking, untouched wilderness recesses in America. There is also an aura of mystical beauty that can possess the soul. They are regarded ...