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Sanctuary

Sanctuary

Editor July 1, 2013 0

Poem by Edwardo Daniel James we place their paws into our hand the broken, beaten and the damned … we’re standing with, we can’t withstand to see them sold by pound and gram the

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Independents Week

Independents Week

Charlie Parke June 27, 2013 0

By Charlie Parke Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org When you spend your money do you shop local? Studies have shown that by shopping with local business, more money goes into the local economy. This money

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OP-ED: Can You Live Off $4.20 A Day?

OP-ED: Can You Live Off $4.20 A Day?

Brandon Dwyer June 20, 2013 0

Can I live off four dollars and twenty cents a day? It was a question I asked myself a few weeks back. It had been in the local news: Mayor Greg Stanton (Phoenix, AZ)

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Cage-Free, Free-Range, Pasture-Raised, Oh My!

Cage-Free, Free-Range, Pasture-Raised, Oh My!

Josette Madonia June 16, 2013 1

By Josette Madonia Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org There are so many labels on food nowadays, it can be confusing.  However there are also many reasons why you should understand labels and, in particular,

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Border Songs Concert to Benefit No Más Muertes/No More Deaths

Border Songs Concert to Benefit No Más Muertes/No More Deaths

Josette Madonia June 3, 2013 0

By Josette Madonia Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org In 2010 Robert Neustadt, Professor of Latin American literature, culture and politics and Director of Latin American Studies at Northern Arizona University, took his students on

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The Truth Tour

The Truth Tour

Editor May 20, 2013 0

Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Phoenix is invited to a Party, The Truth Party. The Truth Party will stop at the Trunk Space 1506 NW Grand Ave, Phoenix, Arizona on Wednesday, May 22nd and hopes

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I AM STILL THREE YEARS OLD

I AM STILL THREE YEARS OLD

Editor May 16, 2013 0

Poem by Mikel Weisser Many happy endings Begin in tragedy or near it When i was less than one year old my mom attempted suicide a short time after she and my biological father divorced

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Genetically Modified Food – Is It Safe?

Genetically Modified Food – Is It Safe?

Charlie Parke April 12, 2013 0

By Charlie Parke Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org An ABC News poll found 93% of Americans support labeling food that contains genetically modified organisms (GMO). Safety was cited as the major concern and why some

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Songs, Images, and Voices from the Dust Bowl, California-Arizona Migration, Great Depression, and New Deal

Songs, Images, and Voices from the Dust Bowl, California-Arizona Migration, Great Depression, and New Deal

Josette Madonia March 25, 2013 1

By Josette Madonia Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org The 198 String Band played at the Tempe History Museum on March 14, 2013. The 198 String Band hails from Buffalo, NY and is comprised of

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Yarn Bomb Hits Tempe

Yarn Bomb Hits Tempe

Editor March 12, 2013 0

Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org The Tempe Community Complex near the corner of Southern and Rural looks like it’s been “bundled up” thanks to the global sensation of Yarn Bombing  – also known as

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