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Just returned from a road trip where native foods carts and trucks perambulate on rural roads; they are mainstays of their small communities. Corn stew, local breads- just delicious. Thanks for this resource listing on our Tucson trucks.
Ah, what an assignment. Things are starting to go Hollywood with SXSW but so many gems in the scrapbook.
wonderful combination of native foods, community building and downtown green space.
Fantastic for downtown. I hope that the Buffalo Exchange Congress Street shop proves itself to be a smart business move (as well as an emotional decision!) for Kerstin and Spencer. Will look forward to more shopping!
Nice to know there are people like Sara around, contributing to our community.
Always love Raices altars and beautiful mixed media arts.
I attended Tucson Meet Yourself for years when I was a tourist. Some of the folk artists have been demonstrating at the Festival more than 20 years. So many traditions, so many cultures (and so much great food). I love what happens downtown when the Festival is underway.
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