Rebecca Ruiz McGill 
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  • Old-School Corporate Greed

    Hundreds of men were illegally rounded up and brutally deported from Bisbee 100 years ago. Here’s why.
      A horrific tale of how a mining giant shipped off hundreds of workers to avoid labor unrest.
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  • Education Budgeting

    The Arizona Legislature delivered a one-two-three punch to public education this year that will erode schools for decades to come
      Are you outraged at Governor Ducey's "education budget"? You should be
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  • Fallen Angel

    Profound Pulitzer Prize-winning play rises at the Rogue
      One amazing thing about Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize winning Angels in America is that somehow the playwright has been able to create a colossal experience, tackling so many ideas that could easily lose us with overreaching, but doesn't.
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  • Danehy

    Prop 123 is a good deal for the crooks who delivered it, and Tom wonders if indentured servitude is next
      Since Tom is only around these parts every other week, stuff seems to just pile up in his head and then gush forth.
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  • Editor's Note

    Voting No on Prop 123
  • Media Watch

    Traditional media in the new age still likely to struggle
  • ¡Viva La Tradición!

    Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano are keeping this hertiage genre alive, even if the kids prefer narco corridos
      Longtime mariachi musician and admirer Jesús "Chuy" Guzmán is afraid commercialism will end up killing the beautiful traditions of his Mexican heritage.
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