We are a family owned & operated business. We carry Swarovski ELEMENTS™ in flat-back & hot-fix rhinestones and beads. Come check out local artist art in our store. We have quite the collection! Want to have a rhinestone, wine bling party? Contact us for further details♥
Beaver's Band Box was established in 1964 in an enclosed carport in Tucson, Arizona by Howard Beaver. Since then Beaver's has become Tucson's one stop for Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, Instrument Rentals, Music Lessons and Music Accessories.
The experienced baristas at Ike’s Coffee & Tea, one of Tucson’s oldest coffee shops, brew a daily selection of four varieties of coffee while also offering a selection of espresso drinks and tasty comestibles. In addition to its flavorful, three-bean, custom-brewed house blend, the shop's quartet of java offerings includes Mexican organic and Italian varietals as well as a decaf variant ($1.95 for medium). Skillful baristas craft espresso drinks, such as lattes ($2.65 for small) and mochas ($3.15 for small), using old-fashioned, manually operated machines to create beverages reflecting the sort of care and precision missing in the work of today's shiftless robots. Customers can also sip teas, such as chai ($3.55 for medium) or gulp milkshakes in one of six single or blended flavors ($3.50–$4.60). Meanwhile, pastries ($2.15), bagels ($1.25 or $2.10 with cream cheese), and grilled cheese sandwiches ($5) stand by to sate solid-food cravings.
Family-owned Florian Flowers arranges aromatic gift baskets full of fresh, multicolored flora for every occasion. Romantic gestures can be made in-store, online, or out-of-body, with options including the Upsy Daisy basket, a yellow-themed bouquet of fully bloomed flowers gracefully rising from a ribbon-tied base ($22.95). Apologize for leaving footprints on a friend’s ceiling with regally packaged roses in a glass cube ($25.95). The blooming cupcake ($7.99) bestows birthday wishes from a novel pastry-shaped petal arrangement, complete with ascending candle, and the Daisy Daydreams basket ($22.99) presents proud new parents with a cornucopia of colors exploding from a white bamboo basket. Accent arrangements with add-ons such as Mylar balloons ($4.95) for celebration, boxes of Fran's Chocolates ($7.80) for sweet teeth, and stuffed animals ($13) for children preparing for careers in taxidermy. Florian’s professional bloom slingers ship baskets and bouquets for a variety of occasions, from love and romance to corporate gifts, ensuring timely delivery of perfectly preserved flowered arrangements.
Native Seeds/SEARCH (Southwestern Endangered Aridland Resource Clearing House) has cultivated Southwestern heritage for more than two decades by conserving and selling a variety of wild and agricultural seeds. Each purchase from the organization's retail shop fosters the distribution of more than 350 ancient and aridlands-adapted crops. Desert farmers can pick up packets of unsprouted panic grass, Bisbee black-eyed peas, Hopi striped sunflowers, or Tarahumara bilobal gourds ($3 each), while non-gardeners can adorn their keys, backpacks, or frontpacks with a 4-inch beaded-corn keychain, handmade by a Navajo tribe member ($20), or set their tongues aflame with chiltepines mined from the Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico ($7). Native Seeds’ earthy merchandise complements rustic meals and creative endeavors with many other foodstuffs, crafts, and life necessities, such as Eagle Creek devil’s claw seeds ($5), which, when fully grown, feature fiber for basket weaving, fanged fruit for eating, and flowers that speckle garden foliage and chatter with unsuspecting rabbits.
Popcorn Country's sweet and salty, crunchy snacks are available in four sizes of tins in 30 styles, including solid metallics and seasonal, special-occasion, and University of Arizona Wildcats designs. Minimalist kernelists prefer the monochromatic elegance of Popcorn Country's white popcorn, simply accented with a light dusting of salt. For those whose popcorn preferences veer toward the more daring, 10 salivary-gland-tickling flavors are available: caramel, yellow cheddar, white cheddar, kettle korn, confetti, pepperpot, butter pecan cinnamon, jalapeno, and chocolate drizzle (seasonal). Snackers who live in abandoned grain elevators can use the bags from "Just the Corn" for ottomans as well as sustenance. A giant bag includes the equivalent of a two-gallon canister of American-grown hybrid gourmet popcorn ($7.50).