The Dallas Morning News features an article on "the thriving arts and culture scene" in Tucson. The travel article explores what Tucson has to offer beyond golf courses.
"A city that's been known for its suburban golf courses and hilltop resorts miles from the city center is increasingly known as an urban hot spot, with lively, inventive restaurants, a strong biking culture, and tons of outdoor art," the newspaper reports.
The article also mentions Hotel Congress and its history with infamous bank robber John Dillinger. The outlaw came to Tucson to hide, but he was captured without a shot in 1934.
Various historic neighborhoods and current restaurants also are featured.