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- SXSW 2018: The Boys Are Back In Town March 17, 2018Our boss, Jim Nintzel, wasn’t wrong when he wrote in his last blog entry that the there’s lots of good girl power vibes at this year’s SXSW. Today, we saw Luna Lee, in all the way from Korea with her traditional (and insane looking) Korean string instrument, the Gayaegum.…
- Live weather radar March 17, 2018Live weather radar for Tucson and the rest of Southern Arizona from the National Weather Service.TucsonSentinel.com
- Five of the Weirdest Entries Suggested for ADOT's Road Sign Contest March 16, 2018People had some odd ideas when given the opportunity to write a highway sign message for a captive audience of commuters.
- See You In A Week March 17, 2018I’m going to be away for a week. We prerecorded the latest episode of The Josh Marshall show. That will drop on Tuesday. You’re in good hands. Sign up for Prime if you haven’t already. Be excellent to each other.Josh Marshall
- Democrats Energized to Take Back Seats in Glendale’s LD20 March 17, 2018An energetic field of progressive Democratic candidates in Glendale and Phoenix are running to oust right-wing, pro-NRA, anti-abortion incumbents in Republican-leaning legislative district 20. AZ Senate Douglas Ervin, a pilot and triathlete, is the former Chief Development Architect of AFS Technologies … Continue reading →Larry Bodine
- Time for Montini to Apologize to Schweikert June 14, 2017Just yesterday the Republic's EJ Montini mocked Congressman Schweikert for being afraid of "Cookie Monsters." No Ed. There are real monsters out there. It's time for you to acknowledge that. And it's time for you to apologize to Congressman Schweikert...Greg Patterson
- The journey home: Tribal officials discuss importance of repatriation May 12, 2015TOPAWA – Joseph Joaquin sat beneath a mesquite tree at the base of Baboquivari Peak and gestured toward the mountain range and desert plants. “The man we call I’itoi – we call him our creator – he’s the one who created all of this,” said Joaquin, the cultural resource specialist for the Tohono O’odham Nation […]Steve Crane