I just met the folks at this center and I am so impressed. Just very nice people who mean well and offer free services to people wanting to learn meditation or about Buddhism. Their Buddha room is really beautiful, too, and it's worth stopping in for a peek at it.
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I love this article. More of these darling little succinct information gems please.
Good food coverage week after week, smart writing, error-free. Methinks you should continue writing this column for the good of Tucson diners.
Apologies! That was added in by editor folks after I turned in this post. I'll drop them a line and get that removed.
Weil. Yawn. Kingsolver. Yaaaaaawnnnn. Nabhan? Potential. Sounds sort of like a Better Homes and Gardens for the local food movement at this point. I smell stagnation and boredom and yuppie horseshit. Will there be coupons for signature Weil facial cream?
He also suffers from a severe case of total awesomeness. Making weather in Tucson interesting - monsoon season excluded - is a superhuman feat. You rule Chuck George.
One glaring omission: The Mint is, if I am not mistaken, the oldest bar in Tucson. The Buffet is the oldest continuously operating bar in Tucson, but I've been told many times over the years that the Mint holds the title of the oldest bar in town. The fact that the grandmother of Tucson bars has made this monumental shift stuns me a little, in a good way, as if this little bar aims to live on. Both the Buffet and the Mint have changed hands in recent years. And Peggy retired. We are on the cusp of losing, once and for all, a good amount of our Tucson bar heritage. Thank you for listening.
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