Menlo Park! (not Melo Park)
Why has City Week "PICKS" become one item? And this one has run for 3 consecutive weeks. Is this a sponsored page now?
McDorman & Starr NOT founders
This looks great! Can't believe this is the first time I'm hearing about it
This author is amazing, whoever you are D.M. props to you! Keep up the good work mystery man ;]
Love this article! Wish I could've participated as a child!
I did not grow up in Tucson. Instead my adolescence was spent mostly in California. I was thrown out of my home by age 16 and lived on the streets. During this time I came to the same conclusion as Mr. Austin's, people really do not care about the homeless. Since then I have straightened my life out and accomplished a number of great things. The experiences from my youth have certainly made me more altruistic. Although I don't do everything that I can to help at the moment, I do at least make an effort to help. Ultimately I would like to do more, like Mr. Austin. His efforts are exploratory and inspiring.
"It is believed that the infamous 1930s bank robber John Dillinger used this room before he was arrested in a Tucson neighborhood...." May I ask: B Y W H O M? Certainly not by anyone who knows the first damnthing about those events. These kinds of preposterous little lies are glibly tossed off only by those wishing to hype the hotel. "Some believe..." is always a tipoff that somebody's trying to blow a forest fire's worth of smoke up one's skirt. But it's in print, and it stands. It will be picked up by future writers and passed along ad nauseum as gospel until it finally becomes "true".
Thank you for the write up on my event! I would just like to add that my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. - Bill
'Tis the Season for JAZZ
Thank you for the great article, but I would like to clarity some very important items. TICKETS are $20 adults, $15 students/seniors, children under 12 FREE. You incorrectly stated seniors are free. We would hate to have a crowd of angry seniors at the door. Not the holiday spirit we are looking for. Also the TJI Ellington Big Band did not perform in Chicago this year. They performed in NYC, Fullerton & Monterey CA twice, most recently in the Monterey Jazz Festival.
Tickets are available online: www.TucsonCommunityMusicSchool.com.
Intermission will consist of desserts. Raffle and auctions items will be on display. Every seat at Berger PAC is GREAT. It is located on the campus of the AZ School for the Deaf and Blind.
Questions call Scott Black 971-6694.
Exotica - Nov 10 @ The Rock - 21+ - Very excited to bring kink/exotic events to Tucson. Going to have a huge show with people from all over southern AZ. A great event to let your kink lose!
I remember this event. thats why were have decided to do another one. stay tuned
What's the point of blogging when you type like this. Look above or below depending on your settings, you'll know what I mean. Or, yulle nowe whute aye meene.
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Will the Chinese culture festival be showing how dogs are 'tenderized' in China before being killed for human consumption? Will it demonstrate how dogs in China are skinned alive for both the meat and fur trades? If not, you cam go to the facebook page for 'Trade Of Shame' to see for yourself.
Great information! I have gone on the night safari and that was very thrilling experience for me, to see the animals in night especially there shinning eyes is very scary.
The Dead Animal Museum gets kids accustomed to seeing stuffed animals killed by sportsmen. This place is despicable. The Safari Club that owns it promotes "canned hunts" and the overseas hunting of endangered species. Perhaps you should mention the "trophy room" at the museum, where the walls are lined by scores of animal heads. Truly a neat spot for children to explore.
Throughout SAAVI's website, I could find no reference to the Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired. Therefore, we went with SAAVI, period, as the name.
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