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WHY USE RITUAL? This is the theme of the semi-regular Inspirational Address and discussion led this Sunday by Rev. Davena Amick Elder at the Spirit in Action Center, 6979 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite 123. It's free and it starts at 6 p.m. Call 751-7502 with questions.

JUSTIFIABLE FILM. The Focus on Justice Video Series continues this month with Out of Darkness, Barbara Kopple's Academy-Award winning history of the United Mine Workers. It covers much of the modern union movement. The fitting post-parade, post-picnic Labor Day screening starts at 7 p.m. on Monday at Centro Digna at 824 S. Sixth Ave. at 19th Street. It's free but donations are accepted. Bring your own popcorn. Call 6780-1515 for information.

NOSTALGIA REIGNS. For three generations, Buehman Studio photographers captured images of people, places and events in Southern Arizona, especially downtown Tucson. See photos of the Fox's grand opening, the Pioneer Hotel, a 1930s Steinfeld's window display and much more in an exhibit at the Arizona Historical Society's Downtown Museum at 140 N. Stone Ave. through April. The hours are weekdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the exhibit is free. Call 770-1473 for details.


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