This is a huge lesson for artists and those who display their work. A lot of details were left undone, and now a theft has occurred. I hope the paintings are safely returned, and steps taken to create a more definitive written agreement for future exhibitions.
To the thief...stealing art brings the worst sort of karma. Return it, please.
You forgot Jarabe de Palo. Awesome Spanish band Sunday April 2nd.
I think you are right about this particular School.
I will however continue to say that the Public School System is not for every kid. From personal experience they can be very rigid and unhelpful when dealing with different kinds of learners and kids with disabilities. Some charter schools are good options for kids/parents.
Trump and DeVos (Scamway). Those are "at the expense of intellect."
Could it be that they don't come here for vulgarity? just a thought. At the Star you can't get news, and at the Weekly you can't get decency.
The public is being starved, and for what purpose? It used to be that when adolescents matured they left their childish ways behind. Not here.
Good gravy. How can anyone be concerned about the use of an accurate, if vulgar, term used to describe an art thief, particularly in the Weekly? Did you just start reading this site?
Stealing art is a serious offense and legal action should be taken or the paintings promptly returned. The artists spent time, talent and money on her work and the artist and the work deserve proper respect.
Until the end of the article the reporting and content appears to be factual and professional. Once the the vocabulary becomes jocular, for my interpretation, the credibility of the writing is compromised and unprofessional. Name calling, typically an immature practice rarely has positive results. The RANGE and TUCSON WEEKLY often report on content that is progressive, educational, in depth, ground breaking, revealing and interesting. Sadly wanting it both ways by using immature jargon erodes at the credibility of the content.
Yo, Ricky. You're really going to use "douchebag" in a comment where you fret about it's use? Amazing. Must be a product of Remedial Hipocrisy Academy.
And Concerned Mom, you must be absolutely exhausted from all that hand wringing. Grab a hammock and swing a bit, would you?
The filthy language in this paper is very childish and disappointing. Are there any adults left?
Thanks David. Look at their audit. They are now making "interest only" payments to some loan company at 11% interest with a big old balloon payment coming. Dig into their financials. Carol Burris.
This was difficult to read. You're really going to say "douchebag" in an article with your name proudly on it. Amazing. Must be a product of TUSD.
RAR Repeal and replace is right for Americans, making your comment nonsensical.
Very Poignant pict.
So who's the golf star in the family?
The Arizona constitution states the cost of a university education should be nearly free! Ha ha what a joke... All the education dollars go toward deadwood professors and administrators!
Did all 10 of the education groups in Arizona Schools Now! push Proposition 123 for Governor Ducey, or only some of them? Are they now left holding a completely empty bag....as Ducey ignores them, once again, when he doesn't need them? Backroom deal-making was rampant prior to 123: I understood that at one point some consortium of these groups made Ducey an offer: just pay off 25% of the money the state owes to the schools and we will leave you alone, happy with our funding. It was No Go...and on to Prop 123. A) who do these people think they are and B) what did they think they would receive for our schools in response to trading away our kids' future chances for public education?. Not only did they push 123, the 123 monies didn't even make it to the teachers in TUSD (where the members of these groups that I am familiar with either send or sent their kids). So I am left wondering whether Arizona Schools Now is actually meant to benefit students or if, at least locally, they are instead meant to shore up various political players here in Pima County?
If we could take the money spent educating illegal immigrants and the children of illegal immigrants and all the associated extra cost of ESL, etc. we would have plenty of money to educate our children.
As your average taxpayer why would I ever vote to spend my hard-earned tax money on education when I know half of it goes to pay for educating illegals who have 3, 4 or 5 kids in the system to my 2?
Is that what you call your mattress which we see in the photo above?
That title is very revealing Mr. Again.
If I remember correctly TUSD received monies for pay raises and TUSD did not get it to the classroom. I can't see giving them more money, because I know what they do with it. Close some more schools and sell the property. You have plenty of money, plus that would put those properties back into a tax funding position instead of tax free.
Well, you've certainly convinced me, Mr. Again Sir.
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