TUCSON, ARIZONA — A giant “A” looks down on Tucson from high up Sentinel Peak on the west side of the city. University of Arizona students first put it up there in 1910 to show their school spirit. The railway had been rolling through Tucson for a few decades and things were booming for the town nestled between mountain ranges in the Sonoran desert.Read More
ORTILLA FLAT, Ariz. — It’s just a roadside burger joint, but it may have the most expensive wallpaper in America.
Every wall in this rural restaurant at a former stagecoach stop in Arizona’s Superstition Mountains is plastered with American bills. They range from $1 to $20 and new bills get stapled to the walls nearly every day.Read More