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Book Reviews: Doc and Epitaph by Mary Doria Russell

Mary Doria Russell has penned, in two required novels of historical fiction, a most refreshing picture of a classic, near-mythical, tale of the American Western. We must have seen a fist-full of re-makes of movies and television productions of… 236 more words

Cultural Literacy


Tombstone, 1993

Writer: Kevin Jarre

Director: George P. Cosmatoes



Kurt Russell (Wyatt Earp), Val Kilmer (Doc Holiday), Sam Elliott (Virgil Earp), Bill Paxton (Morgan Earp), Powers Boothe (Curly Bill Brocius), Michael Biehn (Johnny Ringo), Charlton Heston (Henry Hooker), Dana Delany (Josephine Marcus) 690 more words


Tombstone Treasures - The Bird Cage Theater

One of the most interesting places to visit in Tombstone, AZ is the Bird Cage Theater.

Originally opened in December of 1881 by Billy Hutchinson and his wife, this landmark is now a unique tourist attraction that appeals to a wide-range of visitors to the area.  319 more words


Episode 002: Back to the Future


In this episode: Back to the Future

Michael, the coolest kid at school, and Doc Holiday the crazy scientist at the edge of town, come together for a science fair project which blasts them into the past. 35 more words


Tombstone, AZ

¬†Tombstone, “The town too tough to die”, though I think it’s tourism rather than toughness keeping it alive today. According to Wikipedia Tombstone receives approximately 450,000 tourists each year; and this year seven of those were Foxworthys. 256 more words

Where We Are

The Wild Westerners

Hey kids,

History of the West doesn’t exaggerate in the description of how tough guys were.

Doc Holiday.

Wyatt Earp.

Kit Carson.

Bill Hitchcock.

Buffalo Bill. 95 more words


Another Day in Tucson

Our first stop today was to see the Historic Railroad Depot which was built in 1907 and restored in 2004 to its 1942 appearance. The building includes a nice restaurant and an excellent museum. 327 more words

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