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So What Am I Now?

So What Am I Now?

Stephen Stollmack January 7, 2014 0

By Stephen Stollmack Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Once I was proud to be a Democrat Then there was Vietnam I became a Radical New Leftist sounded good Didn’t last long enough to see

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Nanotechnology: Is It Safe To Eat?

Nanotechnology: Is It Safe To Eat?

Charlie Parke November 9, 2013 0

Nanotechnology: so small the eye can’t see it, but it’s changing the world around you in fantastic ways.  The uses in medicine, commercial products, and food are likely to change the world forever.  Is it

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Beautifying Public Spaces Through Art

Beautifying Public Spaces Through Art

Editor October 3, 2013 0

Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Last December artists and community members came together to create murals on wooden panels at the Phoenix Festival of the Arts at Margaret T Hance Park in downtown Phoenix. This

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An Afternoon with Puente Ink

An Afternoon with Puente Ink

Liisa Wale September 20, 2013 0

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Recently Arizona Community Press had the opportunity to get together with Puente Ink at their offices in Phoenix and learn how to silk screen t-shirts. Puente

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Reconstruction Law 1: A rationalizing being cannot build a rational society.

Reconstruction Law 1: A rationalizing being cannot build a rational society.

Stephen Stollmack September 9, 2013 0

Fair trade, open trade, Multinational colonialist trade. A new world order Invisible border The same old land-owner keeping order Still more corporate towns For controlling disorder Financed debt outlasting bricks and mortar The darkness

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A Little Known, Tasty Arizona Treasure For Your Enjoyment

A Little Known, Tasty Arizona Treasure For Your Enjoyment

Blake Standifird August 11, 2013 0

The Valley is a diverse place with multitudes of its population hailing from locales other than Arizona. And with that comes a lot of unknown in regards to all Arizona has to offer, especially

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In Memory of Carlos LaMadrid

In Memory of Carlos LaMadrid

Josette Madonia August 9, 2013 0

By Josette Madonia Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org On Saturday, August 3rd, Angel Diaz, a Phoenix-based artist, painted a mural of Carlos LaMadrid in Tucson, Arizona at 422 5th Avenue at 6th Street.  Carlos LaMadrid was

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Movie Review – Informant

Movie Review – Informant

Josette Madonia July 17, 2013 1

By Josette Madonia Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Informant played at Film Bar in Phoenix as part of the Gathr Film Series. The Gathr Film Series plays every Wednesday at Film Bar.  The film

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Over Heard at Breakfast

Over Heard at Breakfast

Mikel Weisser July 10, 2013 0

Poem by Mikel Weisser She turned and laughed to her friend “Well, I’ve been cheating on my diet this weekend.” The friend laughed back and i turned to look and you could see it

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Independent Video Game Developers Have a New Place to Call Home

Independent Video Game Developers Have a New Place to Call Home

Brandon Dwyer July 4, 2013 0

By Brandon Dwyer Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Last Tuesday I took a trip down to Game CoLab. I braved the summer heat and drove to a large non-descript warehouse in South Phoenix. After a

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