Tuesday, January 27, 2009

What's Next Burrito Files?

Posted By on Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 1:20 PM

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Remember Julie Glaser Ray, the freelance writer and graphic designer with the cool burrito cart she uses to gather memories and visions of what Tucsonans have for downtown? Her project is called the Burrito Files, and her latest blog entry is asking folks to vote on what happens next for downtown and what may be the next steps for Glaser Ray and the Burrito Files. So, gather 'round your computers and visit her Web site. For what it's worth, I'd like to see her have a chance to celebrate what she's done so far, bringing the interviews together in a space, along with some other night of downtown visioning. Have it begin on one end of downtown lead by a shaman or two doing an exorcism, followed by a New Orleans funeral band, and behind the parade - a lone Mariachi trumpeter. That way we cover our bases (and asses), and wipe the slate clean, so to speak.

And don't forget - three cheers for the Burrito Files!

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