I usually don’t yell, but this is very important. A few of State Senator Frank Antenori’s mean-spirited anti-Tucson bills may hit Governor Jan Brewer’s desk as early as Wednesday, April … Continue reading
Late April in Baja Arizona… ahhh… the weather is gorgeous, the skies are blue, plants are springing back to life, and community events pack the weekends. If Baja Arizona has … Continue reading
Beer Wars: Free market only works when capitalists make profits. When profits are in peril, they want government help
Tucson’s weather has been absolutely gorgeous lately, but we all know what’s coming in a few short months… summer! One of the hallmarks of springtime in Tucson is the 4th … Continue reading
Tucson is surrounded by the natural beauty of the desert and the majesty of the sky islands. Less than 15 minutes, from little abode in midtown is the scenic route … Continue reading
Well, one thing you can say about Humberto Lopez is the guy is persistent. But, Lordy, how many times is he going to offer his fleebag hotel to the city? … Continue reading
Kozachik throws down the gauntlet: Will the hotel’s fate be decided in the sunshine or behind closed doors?
Earlier today, I posted a story about Mayor Bob Walkup using a procedural maneuver to delay a vote on the Convention Center Hotel project. Councilman Steve Kozachik, who has been trying … Continue reading