Tag Archives: Tucson AZ

RoadTrip 2013: Day 2

<<< previous day <<< Slept in a bit then a most awesome breakfast at a local restaurant, which I managed to put away despite still feeling kinda full from the night before. Fun stuff in the local paper – an … Continue reading

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Tucson Festival of Books‏

Lots to see and do at the Tucson Festival of Books. Actually a bit overwhelming and a bit of a mish-mosh of things so I wasn’t quite sure what I was supposed to be getting out of it, but it … Continue reading

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The Gloo Factory

For a dose of miscellaneous, The Gloo Factory, A Community Minded Union Print Shop in Tucson, AZ, had a booth at the Tucson Festival of Books. Of course the Kill Your Television caught my eye, and then there was so … Continue reading

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University of Arizona Poetry Center

Unexpected Amazingness! University of Arizona has a Poetry Center!! Since 1960, in fact. Who knew?  It sounds like an absolutely amazing wonderful magical place – a collection of nearly 70,000 works of poetry and poetry related items, readings, discussions, workshops. … Continue reading

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RoadTrip 2013: Day 1

<<< previous day <<< Breffast and back on the road. Down the hill and to the left on the 210 and then eventually to the I-10 eastbound. I don’t know why it always surprises me that there’s big ass mountains … Continue reading

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El Charro

As often does after a taiko performance, food happened. Between a craving for fish tacos and some dietary restrictions, folks had already figured out a place to go. Which, due to downtown being torn up for a street car going … Continue reading

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Odaiko Sonora

I met Rome Hamner, one of the founders of Odaiko Sonora, at the Taiko Baka workshop a couple of years ago. (Which! for once I was actually right about the time span. Most times when I think something was a … Continue reading

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