Saving, Fighting, Lawyering 

Most of Barrio Libre was destroyed more than 40 years ago in the name of urban renewal; its future is still in litigation

Standing in the middle of Convent Avenue between Cushing and 17th streets, that Joni Mitchell song about paving over paradise for a parking lot comes to mind as I view the Tucson Convention Center to the north and a colorful street of…

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