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posted Monday January 31st, 2011

It’s been more than three weeks, and for most of us, life returned to “normal” long ago. Or never left it, frankly. The whole thing really shook a lot of us here in Arizona — particularly in my favorite Arizona city, Tucson. I was lucky enough to travel there a week and a half ago, and to get to write about it for Phoenix New Times in our current issue. (I was super-lucky to get to interview Elaine Lewinnek, whom I met right here on GIAPH, for the story!)

I caught up with some old friends that day, and met new folks, including Jackson Boelts, an art profressor at the University of Arizona who had been doing his own thinking about branding. He created our cover, and shared a series of his current work, which you can read about here.

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Tags: Filed under: culture, politics by Amysilverman

One Response to ““Tucson””

  1. aww, thanks for the shout-out, my friend

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