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Tucson Salvage Tucson Salvage Portrait of a quiet man who long gazes at moments November 16, 2017
Tucson Salvage Tucson Salvage Self-reflection in dead-center Tucson March 21, 2019
Kinky Machine Kinky Machine The rise, life and women of photographer Eric Kroll June 23, 2016

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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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    The Legend of Alvernon
      The Chatterbox bartender calls him "the legend of Alvernon" and relates of small kindnesses with other bartenders and the neighborhood homeless. Says Louis forever seems resigned to the presence of others like he'd rather be elsewhere. Says he's been working at Luke's for 30 years.
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    Holiday bell ringers spare ‘humoration’ for change
      The Salvation Army red kettles and bell ringers are familiar holiday reality. In Tucson this year, there are about 120 storefronts sporting SA kettles between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve.
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