Friday, July 22, 2011

The Unisource Building Gets "Brodeskyed"

Posted By on Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 9:30 AM

I missed this yesterday while on the road and hearing off the layoffs at his paper, the Star, just a quick note for Josh Brodesky. If you find yourself writing this sentence:


Is downtown's newest building really its ugliest, or is that just columnist hyperbole?

...you're doing the "columnist" thing wrong.

Maybe the Unisource building isn't exactly an architectural marvel, but it's there, and that might be good enough for awhile. Personally, as someone who has lived in Tucson for a long time, I'm just happy something is happening down there. It looks like an office building. Why that's a surprise or worth writing nearly 700 words about, I have no idea, but that's apparently the Brodesky way.

Previously in Josh Brodesky news:

"New Tucson Weekly Feature: The Star's Correction Section"

"Drinking Beer With Jonathan Rothschild"

"I Have No Idea What I'm Supposed to Be Mad About, Josh Brodesky"

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