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May 2015 Poetry

May 2015 Poetry

May 14, 2015 |

WEATHER CHANGE for Terry Harvey     Wind slithers through oleander leaves like   schools of silver salmon ghosts, the iced relics of steelhead   fins, silver lining a rainbow trout’s cheeks.   Sky chills even hidden scars, and the voices of birds   are far away water trickling over a granite ledge.     […]

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Agave Fest

Agave Fest

May 1, 2015 |

by Cristina Manos Mezcal is tequila’s cousin, made from the heart of the maguey plant, a type of agave native to Mexico. The spirit is called the “elixir of the gods” and Hotel Congress is getting ready to celebrate this Earthly gift starting at 6pm on Saturday, May 2 for the seventh year in a […]

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Mercado San Agustin Spring Bazaar

Mercado San Agustin Spring Bazaar

May 1, 2015 |

Sat and Sun May 2nd and 3rd The Annual Mercado San Agustin Spring Bazaar returns in May getting shoppers into the spirit of celebrating family and friends, and having some fun finding gifts for Graduates and Mother’s Day. In conjunction with Spring Bazaar, there will be a special ‘Farm to Table Brunch’ event with covered outdoor […]

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Artists in Their Natural Habitat

Artists in Their Natural Habitat

April 18, 2015 |

Managing an art studio tour is a lot of work. There’s a lot of paperwork. There are phone calls—endless phone calls—and accounts to manage. There are ads to write, design, and place, and listings upon listings to build, check, correct, and recheck. And then there’s the press to deal with. Ugh. Endangered Architecture’s Dirk Arnold […]

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Show & Tell: Wed, April 15

Show & Tell: Wed, April 15

April 9, 2015 |

Poetry, Pancho Villa and an app to learn an Indigenous Language intersect at this month’s Show & Tell multimedia event! On Wednesday, April 15, Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry is showcasing three of its Graduate Fellows presenting the projects they created due to Confluencenter funding. The free event happens at Playground Bar & Lounge, 278 E. […]

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KXCI Focuses on the Future

KXCI Focuses on the Future

April 1, 2015 |

  It’s mid-morning on a beautiful spring day in late March; I’ve got my car windows down while cruising downtown to KXCI, situated in the historic Armory Park neighborhood. I’m listening to Tucson’s community radio station en route, located on the left end of the dial at 91.3FM. Staff members are in full membership drive […]

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George Mumford in Tucson – Wed, April 8

George Mumford in Tucson – Wed, April 8

April 1, 2015 |

UA’s Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry is bringing George Mumford – sports psychologist with Phil Jackson and meditation teacher/coach renowned for enhancing individual and team performance though mindfulness meditation – to Tucson to deliver several free public lectures on Wednesday, April 8. At 3 p.m., Mumford speaks on the theme “Learning to Play, Playing to Learn” […]

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HUB Ice Cream Factory to Open in Spring

HUB Ice Cream Factory to Open in Spring

March 19, 2015 |

HUB Ice Cream Factory to Open in Spring at 245 E. Congress News directly from HUB…. “Just in time for Tucson’s summer heat, HUB is proud to announce the opening of HUB Ice Cream Factory this May at 245 E Congress. HUB Ice Cream Factory will serve the same rich ice cream Tucsonans have come […]

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March Poetry

March Poetry

March 17, 2015 |

After His Twelve-Hour Day by Bruce Cohen     “I met my lovely wife in Tucson over thirty years ago at the University of Arizona and embraced poetry there as well with my amazing teachers: Steve Orlen & Jon Anderson.  My new manuscript, Imminent Disappearances, Impossible Numbers & Panoramic X-Rays, was awarded the 2015 Green Rose […]

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Mark Klett Then + Now

Mark Klett Then + Now

March 4, 2015 |

Photographer Mark Klett is a modern day enigma. Known world-wide for his stunning large-scale black and white images that trace and invoke past landscape photograph pioneers, he also brings a modern sensibility to his work that is infused with a wide range of emotions. Rarely are artists so agile at capturing both the majesty of […]

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