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March is Archaeology and Heritage Month in Arizona

Petroglyphs, a cryptic language of an ancient people, or clandestine religious symbols known only to the local shaman?  Or, perhaps just a mark etched on a rock for posterity, similar to writing a note or a letter to a loved … Continue reading

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Ark building days are over for Phoenicians

Phoenicians woke up this morning, relieved that their Ark-building days are over. Yes, the big smiling orb returned to the azure skies over the Sonoran desert, bringing relief to all two and four-legged creatures.    

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What’s in your paradise?

Do lush green grass, trees, emerald green lagoons and waterfalls fit the description?  Or, how about an island with an amusement park specifically for the entertainment of children, paddle boats for the family, picnic areas, golf courses, a nature trail, … Continue reading

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