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Acacia’s Albert Hall talks viability and the future

Chicago’s Alinea went to a ticketed system, ditching the standard reservation process. Other James Beard award winners, like Chez Panisse in Berkeley, have done away with tipping. It seems no matter where you look, fine dining restaurateurs are tweaking the typical protocol in order to find a system that works across the board: a good quality to price ratio for guests, a fair wage and sane hours for employees and a workable amount of cash leftover for the owner.

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Wednesday 05/18/2016
There’s a hole in my heart that can only be filled by you
Updated: May 18, 2016 - 9:20 am

An interview with Amy Silverman

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Three-peat for Falcon boys tennis team
Updated: May 18, 2016 - 9:34 am

The Catalina Foothills boys tennis team won their third straight team title, beating Pusch Ridge 5-0 in the state title match.

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Casey Golden transforms Tucson Shabbat services with modern musical interpretations
Posted: May 18, 2016

Even in religious traditions that stretch back millennia, there’s still room for modern voices. For the last few years in Tucson, Jewish Shabbat prayer services have regularly included newly commissioned music to uplift the traditional texts. 

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Falcons win state softball crown
Updated: May 18, 2016 - 9:34 am

Three years ago, the Catalina Foothills softball team won five games.

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Wednesday 05/04/2016
School District swears in new board member
Posted: May 04, 2016

Last month, the Catalina Foothills School District swore in the newest member of the CFSD Governing Board, Sherri Silverberg, to fill in the position until December. Voters within the area will select a new board member as part of the November election ballot to fill in the remaining two years of the term of the late Dr. John Bergan.

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Tuesday 05/03/2016
Supporters, opponents weigh in on Proposition 123
Updated: May 03, 2016 - 3:00 pm

A remarkable political ad hit the airwaves last week: Gov. Doug Ducey sitting next to his former Democratic rival, Fred DuVal, as they both urged voters to support Arizona’s schools by voting for Prop 123.

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Falcons QB commits to Arizona
Updated: February 03, 2016 - 9:08 am

Catalina Foothills quarterback Rhett Rodriguez committed to the first school that offered a scholarship. It was also the school he was most familiar with. The junior signal caller committed to the home town University of Arizona, the program coached by his father Rich. 

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DeGrazia Gallery embracing the night
Posted: February 03, 2016

The DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, a long-standing artistic gem nestled at the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains, recently unveiled its newest exhibition, “DeGrazia After Dark.” The collection contains more than 50 paintings by Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia, who created, lived in and died in his beloved gallery.

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