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  • Uprooted, bagged and headed for the dump.  The only good buffelgrass is dead buffelgrass.
  • Bad Grass
  • Uprooted, bagged and headed for the dump. The...
  • Jason Swift
  • Mar 30, 2006
  • Travis Bean demonstrates.
  • Bad Grass
  • Travis Bean demonstrates.
  • Jason Swift
  • Mar 30, 2006
  • Petroglyphs, saguaros and buffelgrass in the Tucson Mountains.
  • Bad Grass
  • Petroglyphs, saguaros and buffelgrass in the Tucson Mountains.
  • Jason Swift
  • Mar 30, 2006
  • Pie in the sky: Eclectic Pizza is a slice of heaven.
  • Pure Pies
  • Pie in the sky: Eclectic Pizza is a...
  • Jason Swift
  • Mar 23, 2006
  • Downtown construction has encouraged some great architecture, says Ice House developer Randi Dorman: "Too many residential projects are putting up crap in the middle of the desert."
  • Residential Revolution
  • Downtown construction has encouraged some great architecture, says...
  • Jason Swift
  • Mar 23, 2006
  • "This is Third World transportation at its finest. These engines have been driven around the world since the '40s," said Spooky Tooth Cycles co-founder Roland Bosma.
  • Spooky Spokes
  • "This is Third World transportation at its finest...
  • Jason Swift
  • Mar 23, 2006
  • In the 1950s, when Father Todd O'Leary was studying at St. Patrick's Seminary in County Carlow, Ireland, Tucson's Father John McMahon turned up on a recruiting trip. He recounted tales of Arizona's burgeoning population and skyrocketing opportunities for priests.
  • Priestly Tales
  • In the 1950s, when Father Todd O'Leary was...
  • Jason Swift
  • Mar 16, 2006
  • When Father Liam Leahy was recruited by now-Monsignor Thomas Cahalane: "He talked to me about the diocese, about the warm, dry climate," he says, then pauses. "Or hot, you might say."
  • Priestly Tales
  • When Father Liam Leahy was recruited by now-Monsignor...
  • Jason Swift
  • Mar 16, 2006
  • "Out of 28 in my seminary class in 1963," Monsignor Thomas Cahalane says, "one-third came to the United States, one-third stayed in Ireland, one went to New Guinea and the others to England and Scotland."
  • Priestly Tales
  • "Out of 28 in my seminary class in...
  • Jason Swift
  • Mar 16, 2006

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