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Speakeasy In Tucson

When you think of the symbols of Tucson’s past, there’s a pretty clear theme: cowboy hat, spurs, lasso, and a six shooter.

While we’re proud of our Southwest heritage, it’s not the only part of our history we celebrate. 329 more words

Mountain Vista Real Estate

Best, worst and most ambivalent bits of Xmas/New Year trip 2015-16

Best Cocktails at Hotel Congress, John Dillinger’s old hangout
Worst Coffee at IHOP
Best Seeing a coyote, dozens of pronghorn antelope and thousands of sandhill cranes in the wild… 357 more words

Places

Bonnie and Clyde: The Infamous Duo

On January 5, 1930, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow met for the first time at Clarence Clay’s house. Clarence Clay was a friend of Clyde’s and he lived in West Dallas. 727 more words

Blog Posts

Tucson, Arizona. The Day Dillinger Was Defeated by a Dime Novel

Those of you who follow my blog will remember the recent post about the exhibition currently at the Tucson Museum of Art, Western Heroes of Pulp Fiction: Dime Novel to Pop Culture. 427 more words

Travel - Arizona

The Magic of Make-Believe

Being a kid on Halloween is a lot like being a Kardashian: you put on some crazy outfit and clamor for attention, even though you really haven’t done anything worthwhile. 769 more words

Previously On... October 12th

Previously on “Previously On…

October 12th, the 285th day of the year.  Not long ago it felt like 2015 was still in daipers.  Time flies, but you already know that. 446 more words

Previously On...

Your link to Dillinger

Are your fingerprints in the FBI database?

If you’ve ever applied to be a police officer or a child care worker, they are. Since 1953, all federal workers, down to part-time hash slingers in cafeterias, have been fingerprinted. 250 more words

Government