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Tucson Salvage Tucson Salvage Winkelman: The last gang in town May 02, 2019

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    An electrifying metalworker, or the thoughtful Buddha of Borneo
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    Winkelman: The last gang in town
      Squint and the filthy copper smelter could be a cathedral. Its tallest spire lifts more than 1,000 feet into milky blue, over jagged cliffs and a layer-cake mountain of mine tailings.
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    Popeye and Tina: Love on Wheels
      The ugly world spun hard but Tina's walker kept her from flying off of it. Squealing rubber and human screams seared her brain and sucked her back to this: Popeye's filthy shoes, arranged and neat, facing the same direction, as if waiting to be stepped into.
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    Self-reflection in dead-center Tucson
      I don't know much about Japanese gardens, can't really define the framing and depth cues, the layered traditions. But each visit, either here at Yume Japanese Gardens in Tucson or in other American cities, elicits some visceral response.
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    All Hail the Circle K
      Way back further my dad forbade Circle Ks, thought them unseemly for us kids. Later the Circle K becomes ecstasy in repetition.
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