What a wonderful community event. Thanks for showing them what our America is all about. We are Stronger Together!
Thank you for providing a welcoming place for refugees. Many blessings.
Love seeing a community come together and help folks get acclimated to our already great country!
I am SO HAPPY to see such support and love for people escaping terrible situations and trying to making better lives for themselves. Keep up the good work!
Two of my favorite things coming together?! Color me very curious.
The dates and times in the photo don't match those in the written text---which is correct, please? Thank you.
David and I own some of her early batiks of Arizona Indians.
They are wonderful pieces and belong in a gallery!!
Valley of the Moon will be open from 6 to 8:30 Friday, Saturday, and SUNDAY too this week and next. We can't wait to see you there!
It looks like--for whatever reason --the Tucson Weekly posted this event in print & on the web... (Geez I wish they would treat All Souls Procession Ancillary events so well?) So this event is invitation only!!
Ooh, ooh, go see it! Nothing compares to "Out of the Past."
"Wave Flags, Blow Glass"
Oh yeah, I'll be doing both of those things with my boyfriend George.
You insinuated that the author was dishonest, or at the very least disingenuous, while at the same time electing not to disclose your own connection to the mining industry. I concur--that makes you an asshat.
Celebrating jaguars in Arizona doesn't necessarily have to have anything to do with that profoundly stoopid copper mine proposal, but now that it's on the table, it bears pointing out that as soon as we bury that ridiculous Rosemont idea forever, it'll be one less threat to jaguars, and the people of Tucson who care about clean air, clean water, beautiful wildlife, scenic vistas, etc.
I, for one, pledge to continue working to defeat the Rosemont Mine proposal once and for all. There. Happy?
What did I say to deserve that type of response?
I am against the Rosemont Copper project. I'm pretty sure Mari is too. I'm also pretty sure anyone that doesn't have their head so securely jammed up their ass feels the same way I do.
I wish you good luck with your ignorance. DC
Why don't you just come out and say you are against the Rosemont Copper project?
Is he having to walk through trash left by illegals?
I am glad that the Center for Biological Diversity is celebrating my 53rd Birthday in this manner!
You have the wrong URL posted for this cinema series. The correct URL is: www.cinemalaplacita.com.
The start of both tours is actually Independent Distillary at Congress and 5th Ave, not on University!
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