Adding significantly to Tucson’s “cool quotient” is January’s launch of The Write Place: Story Land ...
The City of Tucson, under the leadership of Council Member Richard Fimbres, has been hosting ...
Clyde Robert Appleton, an icon in Tucson’s progressive and folk singing communities, died of a ...
You’ve probably heard about numerous legislative bills and several proposed amendments… each one claiming that ...
Whirly Bird hovers like a copter, and gazes in your window. He passes for a ...
In a demographic survey of downtown Tucson’s future population — as it is presented in the winning proposal for the building complex to replace the Ronstadt Transit Center — the Occupied Tucson Citizen has ascertained that this population will be overwhelmingly white and middle- or upper-class. Of the 101 total of clip art people shown […]
Spain’s parliamentary elections of December 20th produced uncanny results. While the ruling center-right Popular Party (PP), obtained 28.7% of the vote and the greatest number of seats in the Chamber of Deputies, 123 of a total of 350 seats, it lost 63 seats and its absolute majority. The second-placed social democratic PSOE with 22.0% of […]
Guerrilla theater from the Tucson Occupy Players, presenting the problem of no public bathrooms in Downtown Tucson.
by Norah Booth One of this year’s December 1 World’s Aids Day Tucson events was Invisible Theater’s dramatic reading of Looking for Magic, a play by Beverly King Pollock, 92. Pollock’s two sons died from AIDS in the early 1990’s. Originally performed as a full production in Pittsburgh, Pollock told the sold-out audience writing the […]
G4S Secure Solutions, a multinational corporation with widespread accusations of human rights abuses in many parts of the world, was awarded a contract on October 30, 2015, for the second time to provide the City of Tucson with security services and equipment. The new contract with the London-based firm runs from November 1, 2015 through […]
[taken with permission from the Facebook page of former Occupied Tucson Citizen working group member Shannon Cain, now residing in Paris. For those who don’t already know, the French flag filter places the image of a French flag over your profile picture on your Facebook page or, as the company itself puts it, “Change your […]
The picture is of Eric Gill, artist and inventor, standing in front of the old adobe house he had been trying to rebuild for many years. He is survived by his children Shawn Gill, Dale Gill, Heather Gill and 5 grandchildren. He is also survived by his father Joe Gill and sister Mary Smith, ex […]