Jack McLain 
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Re: “17th Street Market Returns in July

a gift to our Armory Park neighborhood! Hopefully the hours, once the business proves it wise, will include more days of the week.......

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Posted by Jack McLain on 06/26/2020 at 4:51 PM

Re: “City Contemplates E-Scooter Program With New Report

End the blight of these scooters. I am a daily walker in Armory Park and downtown and have been run off the sidewalk three times, twice by two people riding on the same scooter! I'd offer that sidewalk riding, which is prohibited, is the biggest problem with this program and inconsiderate parking blocking sidewalks is a close second.

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Posted by Jack McLain on 02/27/2020 at 9:41 AM
Posted by Jack McLain on 03/21/2019 at 7:17 AM

Re: “City Week

No mention of Open Studio Tour!!??

Posted by Jack McLain on 10/25/2018 at 6:29 AM

Re: “Police Dispatch

Why did you choose to use the image of a US Army Ranger, a highly motivated, volunteer, elite member of our military to illustrate this article when the text described the disturbed civilian individual as a being dressed in khakis and a buttoned up shirt? Was this just poor editorial judgement or a not to subtle intent to equate Army troops with derangement? Fake news? You could do better than this.

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Posted by Jack McLain on 04/05/2018 at 7:50 AM

Re: “Barrio Cuisine Closes in Downtown Tucson

Most places that close so soon after opening the reason(s) are obvious. Barrio's food was generally pretty good, the wait staff and management relations with customers was good, even better than average, and the space was inviting and pleasant. Noise levels acceptable. All that said, whenever I ate there (maybe 10 times or thereabout) I left with a feeling that something was amiss. Maybe it was location, just far enough away from Congress to make it terra incognita to all but those of us who walked past it regularly, or maybe it was the cost (just a little on the high-side), or the perception that Native American cuisine and higher-end dining didn't equate (some dishes were refined and interesting, others, while fresh and well prepared, were not. I guess its all part of the natural selection of downtown revitalization. Better luck next time!

7 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Jack McLain on 10/02/2015 at 5:03 PM

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