At Monday’s Mayor and City Council candidate forum, City Council Member Shirley Scott dismissed Occupy Tucson, saying that the protesters were just a bunch of rabble-rousers from out of town. … Continue reading
The Glow, an annual lighted art walk and musical extravaganza, is this weekend, September 9-10 at the Triangle L Ranch in Oracle, Arizona. If you have never been to The … Continue reading
Hundreds of people of all ages, races, and ethnicities honored the memory of Cesar Chavez and the farm workers’ struggle at a march and rally in Tucson on March 26, … Continue reading
[tnivideo caption=”March for Peace and Jobs” credit=”Pamela Powers”]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixzGVjhXwhA[/tnivideo] On the 8th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq– March 19, 2011– 200 Tucsonans joined citizen across the country to protest war.
Dear President Obama, We, the loyal citizens of Baja Arizona, desperately need your help. We are being held captive by a band of marauding, Narcissistic know-nothings from the north. Under … Continue reading
[tnivideo caption=”Common Ground Tucson Events” credit=”CommonGroundTucson”]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cVMqCiV1Lw[/tnivideo] Common Ground Tucson is hosting the first in a series of monthly events celebrating community. This coming Sunday, February 20, 2011, from 3-9 p.m., … Continue reading
In case you’ve been too busy watching Faux News to notice, we live in a global economy, and the current economic crisis is NOT a Tucson crisis, NOT an Arizona … Continue reading