Tucson Lifestyle June 2011 : Page 6

From the Editor-in-Chief “It Was The Best Of Times ...” There are many reasons why people visit Tucson (although no one ever says, “I’m here for the waters!”). One of the best explanations for a trip here is to stay and rejuvenate at Miraval Resort and Spa or Canyon Ranch, two world-class destina-tions that have helped to put Tucson on the map. Although I’ve stayed several times at both these august locations, I decided to “take one for the team” and try out their many amenities again. Hopefully, after you’ve read “A Tale of Two Spas,” you’ll have a better under-standing of what makes each place special. Then again, you’ll probably want to do your own research! Speaking of things that are the tops, in this issue we also publish a list of Tucson’s Top Lawyers. We’ve run such a list in recent years, but this is the first time we’ve used Professional Research Services Inc. to conduct the survey. Based in Detroit, this experienced company did a lot of ground-work to produce a good response. As our weather heats up and our lay-ers of clothing slim down, we get increas-ingly conscious about what we eat. That doesn’t mean we don’t still love food, and there’s nothing like watching master chefs in competition to put us in the mood to dine. Tucson Lifestyle has partnered with Loews Ventana Canyon and Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery to help present the 2011 Tucson Iron Chef Tucson and Culinary Experience, sponsored by Stella Artois. This savory annual event was cooked up by the folks at Journal Broadcast Group. Also in this issue, you’ll see our story on some of the adjunct care available to can-cer patients. Whether you’re dealing with the disease, or know someone who is, you’ll want to read about some of the local options that can help improve your quality of life. Photo by Jon Wolf Photography 6 TUCSON LIFESTYLE | JUNE 2011 www.tucsonlifestyle.com

From The Editor-In-Chief

Sue Giles

“It Was The Best Of Times ...”<br /> <br /> There are many reasons why people visit Tucson (although no one ever says, “I’m here for the waters!”). One of the best explanations for a trip here is to stay and rejuvenate at Miraval Resort and Spa or Canyon Ranch, two world-class destinations that have helped to put Tucson on the map.<br /> <br /> Although I’ve stayed several times at both these august locations, I decided to “take one for the team” and try out their many amenities again.<br /> <br /> Hopefully, after you’ve read “A Tale of Two Spas,” you’ll have a better understanding of what makes each place special.Then again, you’ll probably want to do your own research!<br /> <br /> Speaking of things that are the tops, in this issue we also publish a list of Tucson’s Top Lawyers. We’ve run such a list in recent years, but this is the first time we’ve used Professional Research Services Inc. to conduct the survey. Based in Detroit, this experienced company did a lot of groundwork to produce a good response.<br /> <br /> As our weather heats up and our layers of clothing slim down, we get increasingly conscious about what we eat. That doesn’t mean we don’t still love food, and there’s nothing like watching master chefs in competition to put us in the mood to dine. Tucson Lifestyle has partnered with Loews Ventana Canyon and Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery to help present the 2011 Tucson Iron Chef Tucson and Culinary Experience, sponsored by Stella Artois. This savory annual event was cooked up by the folks at Journal Broadcast Group.<br /> <br /> Also in this issue, you’ll see our story on some of the adjunct care available to cancer patients. Whether you’re dealing with the disease, or know someone who is, you’ll want to read about some of the local options that can help improve your quality of life.

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