Enjoy Free Rides on the Streetcar Saturday for Sun Link's Anniversary

Sun Link will celebrate its second anniversary this Saturday, and Tucson Electric Power, the Fourth Avenue Merchants Association, and Main Gate Square will sponsor free rides on the streetcar.

KXCI and Main Gate Square will present a free 6 p.m. concert on the streetcar with Jimmy Carr and The Awkward Moments. To see the concert, board at the stop on Avenida del Convento and Congress, across from Mercado San Agustin, and travel to Main Gate Square for more concerts and other festivities.

Tucson Water Working to Harvest Stormwater

Tucson Water this year will launch a $350,000 pilot project for neighborhood-scale stormwater harvesting to increase shade and mitigate the urban heat island effect.

One way to harvest water from storms includes curb cuts to direct water to landscaping and other areas. Another way is through the use of so-called bump outs, which are small peninsulas that stick out from the curb to better capture flowing stormwater. Other benefits of bump outs include traffic calming and neighborhood beautification.

Walk to End Drunk Driving Scheduled for December

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) will host its "Walk Like MADD" 5k walk on Sept. 17, 8-11 a.m., at Reid Park. Registration already is underway, and you can even bring your friendly dog.

MADD is looking for walkers, team captains, and volunteers. You can even be involved without attending the event by signing up as a virtual walker or making a donation to another walker or team.

Pokémon GO Safari Nights at Reid Park Zoo This Weekend

Come and catch Pokémon at Reid Park Zoo this Saturday and Sunday, 7-10 p.m. Trainers can capture Pokémon, meet other players, and learn tips and tricks from local Pokémon GO pros.

Meanwhile, guests can enjoy music, face painting, caricatures, and more. Lures will be activated in the Pokémon GO app at several different locations in the Zoo approximately every 30 minutes.

Report: Arizona Ranks First in Aerospace Manufacturing

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) ranks Arizona No. 1 in the United States for aerospace manufacturing. The study's methodology measured the weighted average of taxes, operating costs (industry and overall wage rates, business climate, and energy costs), industry size (existing suppliers and supply/growth of workforce, including available aerospace technicians, engineers, and mechanics), and educational attainment.