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  • Un Gringo Chilango
  • Un Gringo Chilango

    Tucson-raised songwriter and author Dan Stuart on life in Mexico before and after the U.S. election
      I had just come out of Mexico City’s Hospital de Jesús Nazareno where Hernán Cortés’ remains are surreptitiously stashed in the adjacent templo when something happened that had never occurred before in my six years of living in Mexico: I got called a gringo.
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  • Guitar Hero
  • Guitar Hero

    Tucson-raised Robby Lochner always managed to earn a living with his guitar. Then his discipline inspired new life in a suicidal nostalgia act.
      The Whisky a Go Go is a shell of its former self. What was once, alongside the neighboring Rainbow and Roxy, the manic epicenter of the musical social scene on the Sunset Strip, is now a pay-to-play haven operating on past glories and the merch sales associated with that.
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  • Eyes on the Streets
  • Eyes on the Streets

    Tucson’s homeless document their own lives through photos
      Manny sits slumped by a brick wall, eyes half closed, hand outreached and grasping, begging passersby for a cigarette. His brow is furrowed into a grimace, clothes rumpled.
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  • Blood and Education
  • Blood and Education

    Negotiations between a teachers union and the Mexican government continue as a neoliberal education reform is violently imposed in the country
      Enrique Santiz begins to cry when he thinks about the last days of school with his students—all between 10 and 11 years old. He wonders about their future.
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  • Sonic Wave Rider
  • Sonic Wave Rider

    Millions of YouTube views and this musician and instrument maker is still an Old Pueblo unknown
      "We only get 88 notes on the piano," he continues. "Humans can hear like 1400 notes in this range. It's evil! It takes all the nuance out of music."
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  • Kinky Machine
  • Kinky Machine

    The rise, life and women of photographer Eric Kroll
      This is Eric Kroll, internationally feted photographer long specializing in fetish work.
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  • Meat Your Master: Jay's Barbecue
  • Meat Your Master: Jay's Barbecue

    Pitmaster Justin Johns of Jay’s Barbecue on the art of true Texas-style brisket
      "You can't just stick a meat thermometer in and tell if a brisket is done," he says. "You have to pick it up and feel it."
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