Death By Misadventure 

In 1969, Tucson's Free-Love Generation Didn't Stand A Chance Against The Straight-Shooting Establishment.

My own monument to gratuitous violence is a house on Helen Street near the University of Arizona. It's an unremarkable house, really, built from stucco and brick in the decade following World War I. The neighborhood near the university is filled with…

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