It's hot here in Tucson. During the day the locals of this scorching town scramble to get from business meeting to business meeting as soon as humanly possible to avoid the immeasurable burning curse of the sun here. But when the sun drops beyond the coliseum of mountains surrounding us, the streets are alive with a multi-cultural parade of sounds, exotic tastes and "night-lifers" like Demesia.
Fun Fact: Ray Bradbury, the guy who wrote Fahrenheit 451, lived in Tucson. He was probably inspired by how hot it was then too.