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Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Sign of the Times in Tucson

Think you’ve seen everything in Tucson? Well, head on over to the Ignite Sign Art Museum. There are many rooms to visit here including one where you can have a...

CORONAVIRUS: A Polemical Argument

Written by guest columnist Conlan Salgado: I am sixteen years old; I don’t know much.  There are two ways people who don’t know much are able to learn more: one...

FACE MASK MODIFICATION TO SAVE LIVES

A surgical mask modification, which is patent pending, can potentially save countless lives in the Coronavirus pandemic. This applies first and foremost to the existing N-95 masks used by health...

Arizona Auto Show

The Arizona Auto Show, which opened on Thanksgiving Day at the Phoenix Convention Center, has selections on display ranging from low-priced vehicles under $20,000 all the up to a...

Proposed AZ Mine a Hot Topic at Convergence Conference

A rather remote area 70 miles east of Phoenix is the site of a major battle between a copper mining conglomerate and Native Americans. It was a major topic...
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Menelaus in the Archaic Period

Achilles, Hector, Agamemnon, Odysseus, Menelaus. The first four heroes are recognizable to everyone, but who is Menelaus? Author Anna Stelow has written the first...

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This book makes the point that Lucretius was a linguistically creative poet. While author Barnaby Taylor does not draw a comparison between Lucretius (94-55...