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As one of our Doctors, the responsibilities of practice management are handled for you, allowing you to spend your time with patients, not paperwork. You do not have to worry about running the business. No staffing issues, administrative work or headaches to take home with you after work.
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ProPublica announced today that Jack Gillum is joining its staff as a senior reporter covering technology and the ways algorithms, big data and social media platforms impact civil rights. He starts on July 30.

Gillum comes to ProPublica from The Washington Post, where he was part of the investigative team for the past year digging into topics ranging from mismanaged taxpayer funds to troubled relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

Prior to the Post, Gillum was a reporter in the D.C. investigative unit at The Associated Press. During his six years there, he broke stories on the existence and location of Hillary Clinton’s private email server, as well as a secretive, U.S.-backed “Cuban Twitter” program that mined subscriber data for political purposes. He was also the recipient of the John L. Dougherty Award for exemplary work by an AP staff member under the age of 30.

Gillum began his career as a business reporter and database specialist at the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, his hometown, covering technology and aerospace firms. Later as a database editor for USA Today, Gillum helped expose rampant cheating in D.C.’s public school system under then-chancellor Michelle Rhee for the paper’s “Testing the System” series, which won an Education Writers Association Award.

“Time and again, Jack has proven to be a formidable reporter with the tenacity and skill set to do some of the industry’s most ambitious journalism,” said ProPublica managing editor Robin Fields. “We’re confident he’ll be a great addition to our newsroom as we advance our coverage of technology and its impact on our lives.”

“Technology’s underlying moral and civil rights issues stand to be one of the most important stories of our time,” said Gillum. “I’m thrilled to be joining such a talented newsroom of investigative reporters and editors who have already begun exposing areas of algorithmic injustice.”


          Life After Roe v. Wade: Here’s What a Post-Roe America Would Look Like      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Overturning Roe v. Wade would most definitely give individual states the right to outlaw abortion at the state level.

Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts hit the nail on the head last night when—after learning that Judge Brett Kavanaugh would be President Donald Trump’s second nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court—she asserted, in an e-mail, “Make no mistake: Brett Kavanaugh was chosen because conservatives are confident that he would overturn Roe v. Wade.” Bingo.

There are many right-to-privacy Supreme Court decisions that the Christian Right would love to see overturned, from 1965’s Griswold v. Connecticut (which struck down a Connecticut law forbidding the sale or use of contraceptives among married couples) to 2003’s Lawrence v. Texas (which declared a Texas sodomy law unconstitutional and was a major victory for gay rights). And with Kavanaugh likely to be confirmed by U.S. Senate, it is quite possible that the High Court will overturn Roe v. Wade—the landmark Supreme Court ruling of 1973 that, in effect, legalized abortion nationwide.   

The end of Roe v. Wade would not automatically mean the end of legal abortion throughout the United States; in order for the Christian Right to achieve that goal, the overturning of Roe v. Wade would have to be followed by both houses of Congress—the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives—passing a nationwide abortion ban and President Trump signing it into law. Such a federal law would be needed to outlaw abortion in all 50 states, and as it stands now, some states have laws that explicitly protect abortion rights at the state level. Overturning Roe v. Wade would not invalidate those pro-choice state laws.

However, overturning Roe v. Wade would most definitely give individual states the right to outlaw abortion at the state level. And Kavanaugh, a severe social conservative with a “strict constructionist” view of jurisprudence, would likely argue—along with Clarence Thomas, Trump appointee Neil Gorsuch and other social conservatives on the High Court—that Roe v. Wade was wrongly decided because it was a violation of states’ rights and that individual states should be able to decide whether they do or don’t want legal abortion.

So post-Roe v. Wade, it’s entirely possible that one would see abortion outlawed at the state level in Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Oklahoma, Kansas and Utah while remaining legal in New Jersey, California, Oregon, Massachusetts and Vermont. Some Republican-dominated states, including Louisiana and the Dakotas, have “trigger laws” that would automatically ban abortion statewide if Roe v. Wade were overturned. 

The Center for Reproductive Rights has published, on its website, an informative page called “What If Roe Fell?”—which offers a state-by-state analysis of where abortion likely would and wouldn’t be legal if Roe v. Wade were overturned. The Center breaks all 50 states down into three categories: a high risk of abortion being outlawed at the state level post-Roe, a low risk or a medium risk. And some of the swing states in presidential races—such as Pennsylvania and Colorado—fall into the medium risk category.

According to the Center’s post-Roe scenario, legal abortion “appears safe” in 20 states, is likely to be “banned outright” in 22 and faces a medium risk in the others. The end of Roe would likely make abortion a major litmus test for politicians at the state level, and given that the majority of Americans are pro-choice, it isn’t hard to imagine a lot of Republicans being voted out of office in swing states when horror stories over botched back-alley abortions started coming out of Texas, Kansas and Mississippi and voters blamed the GOP.

Pennsylvania, for example, could become a major abortion rights battleground in a post-Roe scenario. Philadelphia is a very Democrat-dominated city—Philly hasn’t had a Republican mayor since Bernard Samuel left office in January 1952, and Republicans are seldom elected to Philly’s city council—and Pittsburgh is very Democratic as well. But the center of Pennsylvania (where Trump benefitted from a high voter turnout in 2016) has a lot more Republicans, and if enough Republicans in Pennsylvania’s state legislature voted to outlaw abortion post-Roe, it’s quite possible that women living in Philly would be seeking abortions in New Jersey.  

Or, if abortion were outlawed in Arizona post-Roe but remained legal in California and Nevada, women living in Phoenix or Tucson might be seeking legal abortions in San Diego or Las Vegas—that is, if they had the funds to travel long distances. Low-income women would be hit especially hard by the end of Roe v. Wade, as they would have less money to travel from anti-choice states to pro-choice states. In many Latin American countries where abortion is illegal, it is poorer women who typically die from dangerous back-alley abortions—not unlike the U.S. before Roe v. Wade—while more affluent Mexican, Salvadoran or Guatemalan women seeking abortions can afford the airfare to Havana, Cuba, where abortion is legal.

Post-Roe, pro-choice activists—from Planned Parenthood, NARAL and the National Organization for Women (NOW) to Emily’s List—could do a lot of recruiting at the state level. The end of Roe v. Wade, if it comes about, could seriously galvanize pro-choice voters in individual states, especially if Kavanaugh and other social conservatives on the Supreme Court overturned Griswold v. Connecticut as well and allowed individual states to outlaw birth control.  

According to the Pew Research Center, almost seven in ten Americans—69%, to be exact—remain pro-choice and oppose overturning Roe v. Wade. But public opinion matters little to today’s overtly authoritarian Republican Party, which is why President Trump has shown so little humility despite the fact that he lost the popular vote to Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016. Authoritarians govern by force or coercion, not consensus. And if Roe v. Wade is overturned despite being broadly popular, abortion rights activists will need to be as vocal and proactive as possible at the state level. 

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          KJZZ's The Show July 10, 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

There’s been an increased emphasis on science education in schools here and around the country. A unique program in Tucson is helping teach this visual subject to blind students. Also, should we be thinking about recycling differently? That and more on The Show.


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The charter school movement owes its current level of success to its friends in high tax brackets. Lots of friends.…
          RECORD TEMPERATURE READINGS THROUGHOUT LOS ANGELES CAUSED BY ‘FAULTY WEATHER STATIONS,’ METEOROLOGIST SAYS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Nearly every record-high temperature reported over the last few days in the Los Angeles area are from weather stations “compromised by heat sources and heat sinks,” according to a veteran meteorologist.
“In my opinion, the data from these stations is worthless,” California-based meteorologist Anthony Watts wrote on his blog Watts Up With That.
That’s not to say Los Angeles wasn’t scorching hot. Temperatures in much of greater Los Angeles were in the triple digits, according to the National Weather Service.
On the contrary, what Watts claims is that artificial heat sources and sinks produce localized heat around weather stations, adding the few degrees necessary to qualify as records. In general, cities are warmer than surrounding countryside owing to the urban heat island effect.

For example, downtown Los Angeles reported a daily record high temperature of 108 degrees Fahrenheit on Friday. Watts, however, noted the weather station was on top of a parking garage surrounded by vehicles. The weather station was relocated to the University of Southern California (USC) campus in 1999 where meteorologists said it would be less prone to extreme swings, but Watts said that station’s had problems in the past.
“The ASOS type station used at USC is notorious for producing false record highs where there aren’t any. For example, Honolulu and Tucson,” Watts wrote. “Look at all the service vehicles parked around it. One wonders recent record high that was claimed there is just another result of a vehicle being parked to close to it like the Ice Cream Truck debacle that denied a new all-time record high for Scotland a few days ago.”
U.K. meteorologists recently rejected a record-high temperature reading at Motherwell, Scotland, on June 28 because an ice cream truck had idled nearby with its engine on, possibly contaminating the reading.
Scotland’s record-high reading came amid what some are calling a global heat wave, which has produced record readings across the world. Some media outlets, including The Washington Post, tried to link the heat wave to man-made global warming.
“No single record, in isolation, can be attributed to global warming,” the Post reported, trying to link summer weather to global warming. “But collectively, these heat records are consistent with the kind of extremes we expect to see increase in a warming world.”
Record-high temperatures were also recorded at the Van Nuys Airport, the Burbank Airport and the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA). Watts took issue with all of these record readings. (RELATED: Africa’s Hottest Temperature Ever Recorded Was Probably ‘Influenced By Man-Made Objects’)
“It’s another ASOS station snuggled between an industrial park, runway, road, and taxiway,” Watts wrote of the Van Nuys Airport weather station, which recorded 117 degrees Fahrenheit on Friday.
As for the Burbank Airport, Watts wrote that “the weather station is virtually surrounded by asphalt runways, taxiways, and aircraft parking ramps,” which means the “likelihood for the station to get in the middle of a [400-degree] jetwash is almost a certainty, being so close to taxiways with turns.”
Airports, like cities, tend to run hotter than surrounding areas because of runways, jet wash from airplanes, vehicles exhaust and other non-natural factors that can artificially raise temperatures.
UCLA’s weather station recorded a record 111 degrees Fahrenheit on Friday. However, Watts pointed out the university’s thermometer is one the roof of a building, likely being hit with artificial heat.
“UCLA’s weather station is on the roof of the Math Sciences/Atmospheric Sciences building,” Watts wrote. “Why? there’s no place else to put it. There’s hardly a free and open space left.”
Update: This article has been updated to reflect that the downtown Los Angeles weather station that recorded high temperatures was at USC, not the Department of Water and Power.

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Hyundai Tucson - jeździliśmy odświeżonym bestselleremTucson jest najlepiej sprzedającym się modelem Hyundaia w Europie - w ciągu trzech lat od debiutu bieżącej generacji zdecydowało się na niego ponad 390 tys. osób. Koreańczycy nie wprowadzali więc poważnych zmian w stylistyce modelu, ale sporo nowości znajdziemy za to pod maską.



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El procedimiento fue realizado por la Gendarmería Nacional, que detuvo también al conductor del rodado.

La situación fue rápidamente detectada por el personal de la Gendarmería Nacional, acostumbrado a las distintas modalidades que utilizan los narcos para trasladar estupefacientes. 

Los casi 46 kilos de cocaína estaban acondicionados en distintos compartimentos de un vehículo que fue interceptado en Salta y fueron hallados por el fuerte olor a pintura.

El conductor ya está a disposición de la Justicia.

“Estamos preparados para evitar que la droga llegue a los barrios. A la capacitación, sumamos el esfuerzo cotidiano de los efectivos de las fuerzas federales, que conocen el territorio y las formas que emplean las organizaciones criminales para mover sustancias ilegales”, aseguró la ministra de Seguridad, Patricia Bullrich, quien instruyó políticas expresas a la Secretaría de Seguridad que dirige Eugenio Burzaco.

La operación “Cuidado: pintura fresca” fue desarrollada por el Escuadrón Salta de la Gendarmería Nacional, institución que comanda Gerardo Otero. Los uniformados efectuaban un control vehicular sobre la Ruta Nacional N° 9 cuando frenaron la marcha de un automóvil Hyundai Tucson en la localidad de El Naranjo. 


El conductor, un hombre de nacionalidad boliviana, esgrimió que había partido desde Orán y que tenía como destino Buenos Aires.

Los gendarmes notaron un fuerte olor a pintura en el rodado. Frente a ello, llevaron a cabo una requisa más exhaustiva y hallaron distintas partes que habían sido removidas. Fue entonces cuando confirmaron sus sospechas: se habían acondicionados 61 paquetes rectangulares en la parte trasera, ambos laterales y los guardabarros.

A continuación los especialistas en criminalística realizaron las pruebas de rigor sobre el material decomisado, que arrojó positivo para cocaína por un peso total de 45 kilos 780 gramos. 

Por disposición del Juzgado Federal de Salta N° 2, se aprehendió al imputado y se secuestró también el automóvil y documentación de interés para la causa. Un paso más hacia una Argentina sin narcotráfico.-

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          July 10: Kelly Caldwell • Dave Mondy • Lawrence Lenhart • Elizabeth Boquet • Amber Carpenter • Kat Moore • Donald Carr • Sonja Livingston • Cindy Bradley • Elizabeth K. Brown      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Today we present ten more dispatches from June 21, 2018 to you. More details on the project here, but, in brief, we asked you to write about what happened on one day in June, and are publishing the results, largely unedited, for the next month and change, roughly ten a day. If you wrote something (it's not too late!), send us your work via this submission form by July 12 (it's okay if you didn't RSVP before: the more the merrier).

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KELLY CALDWELL

Overnight, someone left three fat softballs in the dog run in Tompkins Square Park, and this morning, the dogs are delirious with joy. A few skirmishes break out, but for the most part, the dogs just play. They tug-of-war, and take turns “losing.” They catch a softball and then coyly entice one another to chase. They race back and forth in pairs or clumps of three, shoulders bumping, fetching and catching, til all of their long, pink tongues are drooping out the sides of their mouths.
     In New York City, people avoid eye contact and don’t talk much to one another in public spaces, but in the Tompkins Square Park dog run, on early weekday mornings, it’s different. We talk. We know each other’s names, not just the dogs’. Usually, we move around, following our dogs, sipping hot drinks and chatting with whoever we’re nearest to.
     Today, though, we’re knitted together at one end of the run. The only thing on anyone’s mind is the news: More than 2,000 migrant children separated from their parents at the U.S. borders. It’s a firestorm that’s been raging for four days. We ruminate over the details: The audio released on Monday by ProPublica—seven minutes of children wailing, calling for Mami or Papa, and one clear, small voice repeating her aunt’s phone number again, and again. The ever-shifting and inadequate attempts by Administration officials to justify the policy. The lawsuit revealing that some children were subdued with powerful psychiatric drugs.
     We pause for a moment. A dissonance hangs over us, between the comic antics of our dogs and the heaviness in the air.
     It’s the stupid, pink dog dish all over again, I’m thinking.
     Three days ago, in my Advanced Memoir class, we talked about the subjective lens of the narrator, and a passage from Story Genius by Lisa Cron: “After all, we know from personal experience that when something genuinely horrid is going on, it’s always with us, no matter how much we pretend it isn’t. It not only filters everything we see, it tells us what to look for.”
     No matter what is happening in the scene, I told my students, you have to get the deeper emotion onto the page. The examples I gave were comparatively low-stakes: how after your first break-up, just buying your morning bagel was searing and poignant because it was your first break-up bagel.
     The example I did not give, but that I was thinking about, was of another morning in Tompkins Square Park, nine months earlier. My dog Pops and I had left the run, and stopped near the rose bushes so I could give him a drink before heading home. While I pulled out a water bottle and a hot pink collapsible dog dish from my bag, I was listening to NPR report that, in the wake of Hurricane Maria, more than half the people in Puerto Rico didn’t have clean water. In desperation, Puerto Ricans had reopened wells that were closed because of superfund-level contamination; they were drinking water mixed with untreated sewage. Water-borne diseases were breaking out, and health officials were worried about cholera.
     Puerto Rican men, women, and children are at risk of cholera, I thought, and I’m pouring filtered water into a pink, plastic dish for my dog.
     I’m not apologizing for watering a thirsty animal. That’s my responsibility. It is also someone’s responsibility to bring clean water to Puerto Rico.
     That was October, and still, every time I pull out that stupid pink bowl, I remember it. I’m thinking about it again, this morning, as Pops and I leave the run and I take out the dish. Thankfully, I’m interrupted, because we bump into Kate, a work colleague and a poet. She and I are both a bit sheepish at first, because she’s in workout clothes and I’m in grubby dog run clothes, but we get over it pretty quickly, partly because Pops is mugging and wriggling for her attention, but also partly because we’re genuinely delighted to see each other. “I can’t believe we’ve lived this close to each other all this time!” she says.
     That’s another thing I love about this park. In the heart of Manhattan’s East Village, it’s a magnet that draws in everyone. As Kate and I chat, there’s a teenage girl, possibly a runaway, panhandling for change, while nearby, parents in expensive suits and shoes lead backpack-laden kids to the bus stop. An older Hispanic man wheels a giant speaker past us—he’s a fixture here. He’ll set up near the basketball courts and blast salsa music for hours. The benches are all dotted with people in coveralls or khakis or sapphire blue blazers, eating egg sandwiches, drinking coffee, and scrolling on their phones, a few moments of quiet before heading to work.
     At my work, it’s a day of meeting, talking, and teaching. I interview a teaching candidate who wrote and illustrated a charming and funny picture book about a mouse and a chipmunk fighting over an acorn. Lesson? Learn to share. One of our interns wants to write an op-ed about the treatment of women in the music industry, and we work together to develop her ideas. I trade emails with my friend and fellow teacher Mary, who I haven’t seen since April, when she got hit by a car. She gives me an update on her shattered leg, and I tell her how much everyone at the office misses her.
     I’m running late to dinner, but I take a big, blue CitiBike down the Hudson River Parkway anyway. I don’t want to risk being even later because of a subway delay, but also, I want to take in the sunset. I’m not the only one with that idea—the paths are crowded with New Yorkers jogging and strolling and biking, and I have to pay extra close attention, because everyone’s eyes are trained on the river. Tonight, the sunset really is that beautiful.
     Dinner is a celebration. After two years of working in DC, our friend Indrani  found a great job back home in New York City, and she and her wife Dina are finally living under the same roof again. They got married last August and after their honeymoon, they rode separate trains to separate homes. Commuter relationships put a strain on both partners, and though Dina and Indrani handled it well, my husband and I could see it wearing on them. You can acknowledge your privilege all day long—we’re lucky we can afford two apartments, they’d say; we’re lucky to have such great support, they’d say—but when you’re exhausted because you got up at 4a.m. to take a three-hour train ride to work, you’re exhausted. When you yearn for someone, you yearn for them.
     Kent and I are thrilled that this separation is over, and selfishly, we’re thrilled that we’ll get to see our friends more often now. Indrani’s office is not far from mine, and we talk about meeting for lunch or after work in Bryant Park, a swath of green behind the New York Public Library, the branch with the stone lions.
     When our drinks come, we raise our glasses and all four of us toast at once. “Welcome home, Indrani!” I say. “Here’s to good friends and more good times together,” Dina says. “Well done, Indrani,” Kent says.
     Indrani chimes in last. “Here’s to being together,” she says, her voice thick with emotion.
     It brings everything to a screeching halt, and for one long moment, we gaze at one another, anguished. We will carry on with our celebrating, but all evening, thrumming beneath everything, is one, insistent thought: It’s not a privilege, being with the people you love. Or, it shouldn’t be. 
     At home, Kent and I find that Pops has soiled the living room floor. After more than two years of good behavior, he’s insulted the rug three times in just the last week. It’s been a busy week, and Pops has been home alone a little more than usual. “He might be a bit too accustomed to having you around,” I say to Kent as we clean up.
     But secretly, I sympathize. When your people are missing, you’ve got to do something.

—Kelly Caldwell

Kelly Caldwell teaches creative nonfiction and is dean of faculty at Gotham Writers Workshop. 





DAVE MONDY

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—Dave Mondy

Dave Mondy's essays have been named Notable in Best American Essays 2015 and 2017, Best American Sports Writing 2017, and have appeared in Best Food Writing 2014 and 2015. He has also received multiple Solas Awards for his travel writing. His work can be found in Slate, The Iowa Review, The Cincinnati Review, and elsewhere. He received his MFA in Creative Nonfiction from The University of Arizona, and he's currently working on a book about the true stories and strange truths hidden within famous sports photos. www.davemondy.com 





LAWRENCE LENHART 

DO

I peek over the wife-shaped hump in the bed, see the baby monitor lit green. Our eleven-month-old son is standing in his crib, his fingers curled around the rungs. We had decided the night before that I would be the one to wake with him this morning.

THINK

This is a good system, deciding on these sorts of things the night before as it prevents the kind of pleading, arguing, groveling that happened during the first months (e.g., “I did it the last two days. Will you get him today?” “I didn’t get to bed until late. I need more sleep.” “I fed him twice last night. Will you please step the fuck up?”).

DO

I alternate between sleepy eyes as I change his diaper, throw it in the pail, remind myself I need to change the bag SOON.

DO

In the kitchen, I make a bowl of cereal for myself (Trader Joe’s Vanilla Almond) and prepare a goblet of Cheerios (no milk) for Milo. That’s my son.

DO

I set him on the floor in the living room and surround him with his favorite toys. He smiles at me like he’s just hit the jackpot. Like he might be spoiled. I turn on The Vietnam War. I’m only 6.5 hours into the 18-hour Ken Burns documentary.

THINK

I am watching it because 1) it’s summer and I have the time; 2) it fits into my ritualist disenchantment process with America; and 3) my wife just discovered (through Ancestry.com) that she has a half-Vietnamese uncle. Apparently, her grandfather had an affair during the war. After some encouragement from his Amerasian friends, her half-uncle signed up for an Ancestry account and discovered his half-sister (my mother-in-law).

THINK

There’s this one thread that’s not working concerning Denton Crocker Jr. (aka Mogie). I see what Burns is trying to do with his story, and maybe that’s the problem. It’s a Stalinesque maneuver: a single death is a tragedy/a million deaths is a statistic. Oh, wait: spoiler alert.

DO

I look up the wonderfully mimetic word ‘loblolling’ after a Vietnam veteran uses it to describe bombs descending toward the earth, toward his platoon.

DO

Milo has recently been fascinated with a martyoshka-style book. There are ten cubes total, and the walls of each cube are illustrated (with a snake, a saguaro, a cactus wren).

THINK

I worry that if he gnaws the smallest one too much, he will deface it beyond recognition and I won’t remember what it says when he’s verbal and asks, “What did it use to say?”

DO

I take a picture of each side of the cube just in case. Milo crawls away, and I pull him back by his leg. He crawls away again, and I pull. He cracks up.

DO

Milo and I take the tortoise to the backyard. I fill his bath with water from the hose. I admire the bath that I’ve created. It’s an inverted RV skylight filled with landscaping rocks, positioned in a dry stream in the backyard.

THINK

I worry there is too much pine pitch in the bath. I think I read tortoises can die if they ingest sap.

DO

The tortoise excuses himself from the bath and begins wandering through the yard. I hoist Milo to the bells we’ve hung from branches in the tree. We walk from bell to bell. I call it Bell Walk (a pun after Sedona’s Bell Rock). I ask him if he remembers when we bought these bells at Byodo-In Temple in Oahu. These at the Ferry Building in San Francisco. These in—I don’t remember where we got these.

DO

My wife wakes up. I give her a kiss. She wrinkles her nose in resistance because she hasn’t brushed her teeth yet. While she feeds Milo, I go for a run. I run across the cul-de-sac, down the mulch trail to the paved trail, along the paved trail past the park and into the designated “open space,” which is a ponderosa meadow. I cross the road to the trail’s extension (1.0 mile), all the way to the airport (1.74 miles). I turn around, facing the mountain now, and do my best to negative split. My IT band begins hurting, a years-old injury that I can’t seem to overcome. I check my time at the 5K (a sluggish 26:31).

THINK

While running, I start daydreaming about when I used to run in high school. I think about our rivals, Latrobe High—alma mater of Arnold Palmer and Fred Rogers. I wonder if their coach was really as shrewd as we made him out to be. It’s the coach’s responsibility to walk the visiting team all around the 3.1-mile course before the meet. I am remembering the time he gave us the wrong directions. I turned right and had to backtrack, which cost us the match. We assumed he did it on purpose, but maybe he didn’t. I think I am finally coming to peace with this defeat now, twelve years later. It is as cathartic as it is pathetic.

DO

I finish the run. On a boulder at the end of my driveway, I sit and analyze the splits on my running app.

DO

We leave the house as a family. Go to coffee, lunch, the playground, Walgreen’s. We need to kill two hours while the cleaners do their thing.

META

(At this point, I feel the need to defend this very bourgeois sentence. But I don’t feel like it this time.)

SUMMARY

Coffee highlight: none.

Lunch highlight: the men behind us—workers on their lunch break—speak English until six police enter the building, at which point they begin speaking in mostly Spanish. I tell Andie I need to wash my hands before we leave. I look at myself in the mirror in the bathroom and can’t work myself up to smile. I cry a little bit. Because there’s no line as I cross the counter on the way back, I decide to buy a $1 sugar cone. I hand it to Andie who shares it with Milo. I congratulate myself on being a good father, good husband. 

THINK

There was a time in my life when I thought sharing an ice cream cone with other mouths was the ultimate repulsion.

SUMMARY

Playground highlights: A man locks his car with a padlock and tries to make Milo laugh by putting a cup in his mouth like a beak. Milo doesn’t laugh. We forgot the sunscreen, so Milo has to stay mostly in the shade. There are drums and xylophones and chimes on the playground. Andie picks up the mallets and begins playing. She used to be in the drum pit in high school. Milo smiles as she plays. I smile too. We’ve been together for six years, but she still finds new ways to entertain me.

SUMMARY

Walgreen’s highlight: They changed her birth control on her again. We curse at the misogyny of it. My prescription isn’t ready. I worry that I’ll be wheezing in Belize. I say it aloud: “I’ll be wheezing in Belize.” Andie replies: “I won’t let that happen to you.” She is so emphatic and protective, it makes us both laugh. Her tone was clearly accidental. She immediately calls our GP and reups my prescription.

THINK

It would have taken me at least 3 days to make that call on my own.

DO

Because we haven’t quite killed two hours, we decide to look for houses for Andie’s parents who are thinking about moving to Flagstaff. We discover a new neighborhood in Flagstaff and drive laps around it, three times. We find “the perfect house” for them, but then discover there are phone lines criss-crossing over the backyard. Andie’s dad will veto. It’s no longer the perfect house.

DO

Milo is sleeping in the carseat. We have a mirror attached to the back-center headrest that reflects his activities back to the rearview mirror. I wave to him, and he waves back, choppily. When he falls asleep, I peek at him. My new car tells me: “Driver Attention is Low.” Fuck that. I’m paying attention.

DO

“Do you not want your Father’s Day card?” Andie asks. I tell her I do. “Then why did you put it with the old mail?” I remind her I was just consolidating stacks of paper the day before when my friend Mia came over. I go to the bathroom.

META

(Come to think of it, I must have gone to the bathroom earlier too. I just didn’t record it. Not paying attention after all.)

THINK

Here, I am reminded of Georges Perec’s Species of Spaces. I think about this one exercise in the book, very similar to this “What Happened on June 21” series, in which a family wakes up and goes through their morning routines. The woman is running around, trying to help her husband get on his way to work with pressed clothes and a good breakfast. She does the same for the son. It’s very suburban. Just like us, I suppose. And then, the surveillance-style narrator reports that in her first moment alone, the woman goes to the WC and “performs her toilet.” No matter how objective the narration is, I think it’s supposed to be comical. You have to read it.

DO

Andie calls her parents. She yells at her mom because her dad is so picky about the housing. I FaceTime my mom, and she and Milo spend a few minutes waving at each other.

DO

Andie watches television (The Bachelor) while she plays with Milo. Halfway in, she says, “I don’t think I’m going to watch this show anymore.” She’s been saying that for the past four seasons, maybe more. I work on my book proposal. It’s the boring part of the book proposal where I’m supposed to compare my proposed book to other titles on the market. I spend a lot of time trying to find a less specific word for “doudouism,” or at least one with a less French connotation. It leads me to an essay by Frantz Fanon. I download a couple essays by Epeli Hau’ofa, read them. Wish I had the whole book. ILL it. I encounter Jane McAdam’s name on several texts.

THINK

I would like to meet Jane McAdam someday, ideally in a casual setting like, “Oh, you’re Jane McAdam? That’s cool. I really like your ideas. I just ordered a caipirinha. Would you like something as well?”

THINK AGAIN

I wonder if this sounds like I’m trying to pick her up. I’m not. I decide she’ll decide for herself.

DO

Andie pauses the television, and asks, “Is that a tear?” The man currently on a one-on-one (date) with the bachelorette is talking about his divorce. He is being unusually vulnerable. I look at his glistening cheek and confirm that he is, in fact, crying. She continues watching the show.

THINK

Because my friend Joe spoiled the show for me (“So, how about I was with Carly the other night and she told me that X wins the Bachelor?” he texted), I don’t have to pretend to care about the evolving chemistry of the bachelorette and her misbehaved contestants. At the time, I chastised Joe, but now I think I should thank him.

DO

With the show over and the book proposal nearly finished, we take turns getting ready. We are going on a date tonight—our first in months. I text the babysitter’s mom with some details. They live across the street. I put Gillian Welch on shuffle (Spotify). We are going to the Gillian Welch concert tonight. I text my uncle one of the songs: “Here is a song by the musician we’re seeing tonight. It reminds me of something you would like. Very Appalachian,” I say. Andie puts on an olive romper-style jumpsuit. I love the way it looks on her. She curls her hair. Puts glitter on her chest. Picks up Milo. He spits up on her outfit, and we take turns scrubbing and blow-drying the stain. It doesn’t come out. She threatens to change her outfit. And I say, ‘No, you still look great.” She keeps the outfit on. I get ready while Andie walks the babysitter through each room of the house. It’s her first time watching Milo. I use the following products to get ready (in this order): rosemary shampoo, oatmeal exfoliating body scrub, Neutrogena facewash, Dollar Shave Club lather and razor, Proraso aftershave, Degree deodorant, BVLGARI AQVA cologne, Aquafresh toothpaste, TheraBreath Oral Rinse. “I like her voice,” my uncle texts. “It’s soothing.”

THINK

I promise myself that I’ll go to my uncle’s funeral when he dies.

DO

I cry in the mirror.

THINK

Because I don’t wear makeup, crying before a date doesn’t really change anything.

DO

Laugh a little.

THINK

I have been depressed for about 40 days now. Most days, I am functional. I do a good job of hiding it to the point where Andie usually forgets and Milo doesn’t notice. I congratulate myself on my covert depression.

DO

I change Milo’s diaper, get the tortoise out of the backyard. There’s a spider attached to his tail. It “balloons” through the air. We quietly leave the house, not even saying goodbye to our son for fear he’ll freak out.

DO

We go to the Annex for dinner. Our first seat doesn’t work out because one of the ladies at the table next to us is desperate for attention. She actually said, “Look at me in this picture” while pointing at her phone’s screen. Look at me. We eat at the bar instead. Andie tells me about a word she’s invented in a new poem: crud-rudder. I love it. We have fun talking about that word. We discuss the neologisms of Paul Celan. I tell her about loblolling. She likes that word too. We start talking about Vietnam, but then the mescal cocktail is too good. I tell her that when I’m in Tucson tomorrow, I’ll buy a whole case of mescal. We both knows it’s just a fantasy, that it’s unlikely I’ll even buy a single bottle. I feel myself blushing as she talks. “We used to talk about your poetry a lot,” I say to her. I’m reminded of our first dates together—back in Tucson. We’re both giddy. Our friends text. They’re already at the concert. We don’t rush. Not until Nicole texts “Two songs in.” Then we pay the bill and repark the car.

DO

The cashier at Will Call hands me the tickets so quickly, it makes me think I’m the last person to arrive. The Orpheum is packed, but silent—everyone listening to Welch’s “serene” vox.

THINK

I realize I haven’t been to a church since Ireland two summers ago. Before that, it had been a few years more. That’s two churches in five years.

DO

After the first set, I see Ted. I see Peter. I see Luke. I see another Luke. Each of them has seen Gillian Welch before. Peter and Luke are talking about the status of their chicken coops. Each has eight chickens. “But who’s counting,” Peter asks. “I am,” I say, somewhat seriously.

THINK

I want to ask: Are eight chickens the recommended number for a starter package? Instead, I just listen.

DO

I see Annette. She congratulates me on my new job, but reminds me that there are others, including herself, that are not so lucky. I say something like, “My new contract doesn’t start until August.”

THINK

I worry I sound cocky. Really, I’m just nervous and worried about professional confrontation.

DO

Andie is talking to her friends during the second set. I step away. Standing strategically between speaker and subwoofer, I enjoy a private view of Gillian. I see the new white boots she’s been complaining about (the left one hurts). I see her age, but refuse to put a number to it. In between songs, I go to the merch table and buy Andie a shirt (“the pink one”) and Milo a poster (signed). I ask the cashier where she’s from, if she plays music too. She’s from Nashville. And yes, she plays music too. She detects her own redundancy as we exchange money. Andie doesn’t like the gin and tonic I get her, so I get her Maker’s Mark instead. I get a cup of cubes in case she wants it on the rocks. And a cup with ginger beer in case she wants a mixer.

THINK

Andie’s concert etiquette is often brazen. The thrill of a good performance does it to her. I am reminded of her earlier that day, banging the xylophone with the mallets.

THINK

She still has secrets, I think. In a good way.

DO

Her talking during someone’s favorite song causes a large, angry man to approach her. He waves his hand in front of her face demonstratively and forbids her from speaking for the rest of the show. If it was anyone else asking her to stop talking, I would feel mortified. But because it’s this guy+telling her to stop talking, I feeling activated. Erik and I walk toward him until his back is literally against the wall.

THINK

I wonder if I am immature for craving a fight.

DO

“Do you know how many square feet are in this place?” I ask him. He shoves me. His girlfriend hails security. “Go find another spot,” I tell him. My lips inches from his.

THINK

It’s kind of erotic.

THINK AGAIN

Maybe that’s the point?

DO

They leave. All this adrenaline at a sedate Gillian Welch show gives me cognitive dissonance. Andie and I stand apart from our friends during the encore. She sings “Look at Miss Ohio.” Andie cries a little. For the past eleven months, we have been singing this melody at bedtime, replacing “Miss Ohio” with “Mr. Milo” as in “Oh me oh my oh, look at Mr. Milo.” I cry too.

THINK

It feels more appropriate to cry at a concert than in the mirror.

DO

Andie asks me to text the babysitter, but my phone is dead. We hurry home. Inside the door, we see the babysitter at the edge of the couch. The cat is on the arm of the couch. “Riding the rails,” my friend Tommy calls it. “How’s Milo?” Andie asks. “He’s so cute,” the babysitter says. She’s young. Cuteness matters. “How’d it go?” my wife wants to know. “It was good. He had a hard time falling asleep.”

THINK

I remember how difficult it was for me to answer How questions when I was younger, especially that one time at the barber. “How are you doing, Larry?” Nancy would ask me. I got tongue-tied. My parents never asked me questions like that.

DO

The babysitter has rearranged the pillows on the couch. They’re symmetrical, cool. I almost take a picture to remember the formation, but remember my phone is still dead. I ask Andie if maybe it was the cleaners who did it. “No,” she says. I go to the bathroom—

META

(oh yeah, I forgot: I went to the bathroom once at the concert too…) Have you ever seen the episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm where a receptionist [Chacha] in Larry David’s office building counts the frequency with which he uses the restroom?

DO 

“Come check this out,” I call for Andie from the bathroom. She enters dubiously. I point at the end of the toilet paper. It’s folded into a triangle. “Did the babysitter do this?” I ask. “Now that was cleaners,” Andie says. And then almost immediately: “Aww, that means the babysitter didn’t use the bathroom the whole time we were gone.” We both laugh at that.

DO

We talk in bed, each of us taking turns yanking the concert wristbands off. Apropos nothing, my wife falls asleep while telling me about her first orgasm. “Why are you telling me this?” I ask. Then, she says it was during her first night of babysitting. “I was very young,” she said, almost nervously. It was on a couch after the kid went to bed.

THINK

Not that I was really trying to, but I can’t picture our babysitter masturbating. I congratulate myself on a failed imagination.

DO

“Andie?” I ask. “Andie?” again. She is sleeping. I scroll through my charging phone, realizing I’ve recorded too much of my day, that I’ll inevitably have to leave a lot out.

OUTTAKES 

Descendents’ “Suburban Home”—ironic or not?

Pause Bachelor to stare at infographic on suicide rates.

Dave Rawlings (who plays with Gillian Welch). I’d like to look like him when I’m older. Great autograph.

Fifteen minutes wasted practicing time signatures on my knee—5/4 is fun

I’ve never had to fire someone per se, but I did have to kick a bass player out of my punk band in high school. (Sorry, Geoff!)

My car’s corrective driving makes me a less retaliatory driver, but gives me cognitive dissonance.
Before they’re sentences, these notes feel like a bloated Jason Bredle poem.
Lawrence Lenhart

Lawrence Lenhart holds an MFA from the University of Arizona. His essay collection, The Well-Stocked and Gilded Cage, was published in 2016 (Outpost19). His prose appears in Creative Nonfiction, Fourth Genre, Gulf Coast, Passages North, Prairie Schooner, and elsewhere. He is a professor of fiction, nonfiction, and climate science writing at Northern Arizona University and a reviews editor and assistant fiction editor of DIAGRAM.





ELIZABETH K. BROWN

What Happened on June 21, 2018: brain-eating amoeba, commitment, and left-over burgers

Mornings are sometimes tense between Adam, and me. Adam is my fiancé. [1] Adam thinks my morning routine takes too long. His morning routine is to wake up and immediately take a shit, then proceed from there. My morning routine follows: pee, scrape tongue, brush teeth, nasal irrigation, eye drops, splash face with water. Because we only have one bathroom, I’m often forced to complete my morning routine at the kitchen sink. I use a purple ceramic neti pot filled with water that is initially filtered through a Big Berkey water filtration system, and a quarter teaspoon of uniodized Morton’s Salt. [2] (Distilled water is recommended to avoid introducing bacteria and brain-eating amoeba to my nasal passages, where these bacteria and brain-eating amoeba can live and cause potentially fatal infections, but I don’t use distilled water. [3])
     To avoid having to use the kitchen sink, I try to get out of bed a few minutes before Adam and take care of my business before he gets out of bed and insists on the need to take care of his. If I miss this small window of opportunity, I do small chores around the house. This morning, Adam was up first and so I put away the laundry that had been hanging for days on three separate drying racks in our living room. After he was finished, he lit the lilac and hyacinths candle that sits on the back of the toilet. [4] But, even with the candle, I continued to pace around the house with my toothbrush poking out of my mouth instead of returning to the bathroom to brush my teeth in the steamy-from-the-shower, lilac-imbued stink of our small bathroom. [5]
     After the pacing, I completed my routine and we convened in the kitchen. In the kitchen, at approximately 7:30a.m., I suggested (not for the first time) that Adam see a therapist. As you can imagine, this was a fantastic way to start to the day for both of us.

Me: “I know you think that we’re having a hard time because we’re both in stressful situations and that it will all get better once work quiets down for you, but the reality is that if things go as we talk about wanting them to go in our Five Year Plan—both of us starting graduate school, buying a house, having babies, getting married, all that—this is only the tip of the iceberg.” [6]

Me: “Especially the whole baby thing. Just imagine all of this going on between us if we were only ever allowed to get two or three consecutive hours of sleep for months on end? Imagine it. Imagine!!!” [7]

Me: “Don’t you think things have been better between us since I started seeing a therapist again?”

Me: “I love you and I think it would be better for us if you also had a stronger support network, or at least started to cultivate that now. I know you talk about not having that since moving to St. Louis, but from what you’ve told me, you haven’t really had the kind of support I’m talking about, and that you deserve, ever. Would you agree with that?”

Me: “Does that resonate with you? Does what I’m saying resonate with you?” [8]

Me: “When you glance at your watch when I’m in the middle of sharing something with you, I feel like you’re not listening.”

Me: “What I need from you is for you to communicate with me if you’re getting anxious about time. Okay? See, there’s another example of something I learned in therapy, or sort of. Actually, that was just yoga school.”

Me: “What do you mean what am I talking about? The When you ______ , I feel ______ , what I need is ______ formula. Oh, really? Well, we can talk about it tonight.”

Me: “I still have the names of the therapists my therapist gave me when I asked her for recommendations for you a couple of months ago. But that was when I wanted to stop having to break things down for you about what I was going through with all the sexual stuff. This is different.”

Me: “Please stop looking at your watch.”

Me: “Have you heard back from your Aunt Nancy yet about driving to Dayton this weekend? I need to know so I can see about getting someone to cover my shift on Sunday. Do you want me to go along?”

Me: “What’s different is that I don’t feel crazy. I’m not crazy!”

Me: “No, I’m not going to send the names of the therapists unless you ask me, so don’t say, “If you want to send them.” This is about what you want. I’m just trying to be clear about what I want and what my needs are.”

Me: “You know when I’m angry that doesn’t mean I don’t love you.”

Then, he left for work.

I had the day off. I had a lot of things on my list of things to do. I only accomplished a few of them, and not even the highest priorities. When Adam returned home for lunch, I was angry at him for the way our morning began and the way this beginning impacted me and my state of mind—and, therefore, my productivity. All morning, I had the apartment to myself. It was quiet but for the buzzing of the neighbors’ air conditioning compressors, so easily heard through the single-pane windows at all times. After Adam left for work, I made myself pancakes and slathered them with butter and grape jelly and a scoop of Greek yogurt. I ate the pancakes while reading the contributor’s notes and correspondence sections for the March or May issue of The Sun Magazine. It was a very pleasant hour.
     Then I moved slowly down the list of things to do. I made several calls to United Healthcare and the orthopedic office at the Barnes-Jewish hospital in go in order to try to figure out how much it would cost me out-of-pocket after insurance to get an MRI (a lot), a call to the dentist to confirm my appointment for a six-month cleaning (feeling on top of things), wrote an email to a friend about the “What Happened on June 21, 2018” project (with a commitment to participate), and made a few changes to and comments on my sister’s cover letter and resume (much easier to get into than working on my own resume). I put the dishes away from last night’s dinner and did dishes from breakfast. I practiced yoga with the guidance of an audio recording and did my physical therapy exercises. And finally, I wrote out my work schedule for next week in my planner. [9] I stared at the weeks and months that make up the rest of the summer. They seemed spent already.
     Around noon, Adam came home for lunch. He works only a few blocks away and so often comes home for lunch. He works for the city and his office is on the fourth floor with a view, in an old octagonal building that was originally built to house a women’s magazine in—I’ll look up the year later, but I think it was the early 1900s. When he came home and poked his head in the “office” (my bedroom) to ask if I wanted any eggs, I tried to ignore him. I carried on emailing my friend as if I were doing important work.
     “No thank you,” I said, still staring intently at the screen. He made himself some eggs and the kitchen had that fishy smell from burning olive oil in the cast iron skillet. When he was done cooking, I went to the kitchen and started to make myself lunch: a salad with strawberries, green onions, a lemon garlic dressing, chopped pecans, and shredded parmesan. As I spun greens in the salad spinner, he walked in with his plate in hand to eat at the butcher block. He was trying to spend time with me.
     “How was your day so far?” I asked. I was trying to be cool, or at least to avoid “getting into things” again. But all he said was, “Fine.” Okay, I thought, so that’s what we’re doing. Pretty soon, we were back to the question of whether or not we’re “on the same page” in our house hunting search and who’s leading the way in terms of the “authentic communication” we both talk about wanting.

Adam: “I’m sorry about the house. I just wasn’t ready to make a decision so quickly.”

Adam: “Is there never a time that you feel like I also contribute to honest communication?”

Adam: “I’m trying really hard. I feel overwhelmed.”

Adam: “Yes, I am. Every day that I go to work I’m working toward our future family together!”

You can probably imagine my side of things. We stood in the kitchen hugging for a while. I tried to kiss him, but he went for my forehead instead.
     This morning, when he went to leave on his bicycle, he didn’t say, “I love you.” He just said, “See you later.” I followed him to the door and said, “I love you,” sort of angrily. I didn’t want to deal with feeling guilty for leaving on a bad note if he were to get hit by a car and become brain damaged or paralyzed on the way to work. [10] He relented and said, “I love you, too.” I think it’s okay to say it even when you aren’t necessarily feeling it. I do this all the time with my family. I think maybe we were trying to connect in the kitchen after lunch so that “I love you” would come more naturally when he left again.
     After our brief embrace, he told me about some work stuff and I complained about the cost of health care in the U.S. I reported back to him some of the horrors I’d heard on NPR that morning. And then he put his helmet on and left for work and I got back to my important emails to friends.

I got to my therapist’s office at 3:30 even though my normal slot is 2:30. We scheduled this one for 3:30 because I asked if I could get a later slot now that I’m working Thursday mornings. Today (Thursday) was the only day she could do 3:30, so we scheduled it. But then I didn’t get scheduled for work today. When I arrived at 3:30, she said she’d been expecting me at 2:30. However, instead of apologizing profusely and insisting I must have been the one who got mixed up, I said what I knew to be true, which was that we’d scheduled it for 3:30 weeks ago. As it turned out, she had 45 minutes until her next client, so I stepped over her dog, Herbie, and sat down in the recliner.
I was sort of hoping, when she said she had been expecting me at 2:30, that she wouldn’t have time and I wouldn’t have to stay. I’d been taking a nap before driving over and wasn’t really feeling like talking. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to talk about. I’ve actually been feeling sort of hopeful about things for a couple of days, maybe more like 36 hours. And it’s been really nice. I thought going to therapy might ruin the nice, hopeful feeling. [11]
     For the entire session, I talked about Adam. I told my therapist all the details about the house we had looked at last Friday and about the way he’d resisted my intuition and put up a wall. I told her how these things had really pissed me off. I said I was still attached to the idea of the house, which someone else put an offer on immediately upon viewing, which is what I would have liked to do, and the seller accepted it before we even had a chance to put one together. Adam wanted to sleep on it. I told him, “We can’t sleep on it with the market the way it is!” I said this as if I were a realtor or had any real understanding of “the market.” All I knew was that I had written to the realtor the week before that what I (we) really wanted was something grandma had lived in for 50 years and then the universe gave us exactly that. The woman selling the house had lived in it for 52 years and had just moved out of state to be closer to family. And here’s the real kicker, the sign from the divine that we were meant to put in an offer immediately and not “sleep on it”: the grandma’s last name was Brown.
     My last name is Brown.
     And Adam’s last name is Brown.
     And we’re not even married yet. It’s just coincidence that we have the same last name. [12]
So, obviously, this was a sign. I was sold on the place—big, dry basement (for him to play music) with a finished bathroom (bonus); big yard with enough sun for a big garden; on a cul-de-sac (with children playing in the street = instant friends for my niece and nephew when they visit); and the price was right. But Adam didn’t want to hear it. All he could see was the carpet and wallpaper and huge ornate dining room set. He was anxious about being late to dinner with friends and didn’t want to go over the details of the contract even though I had my notebook and pen out and was taking notes as we re-capped things with our realtor. He wanted to sleep on it and talk about it the next day, even though I had to work at 7:00 the next morning and had already explained to him that I wouldn’t be available to discuss anything until the evening, which would probably be too late. And so, we went to dinner. And we didn’t get the house.
     I told all of this to my therapist, who doesn’t usually hear too much about my current life but instead hears a lot about my childhood and the many questions I have about my childhood. She said my energy was different and that she thought it was because I was talking about issues that were grounded in the present and not in the past. I guess that’s a good thing. Present. Not past.
     People keep telling us that purchasing a home is one of the most stressful things for a couple. I keep telling Adam that he should trust me more because I’m naturally a more practical person. He keeps telling me that he just needs more time because it’s a big decision. All this desire for more time makes my therapist wonder if the two of us aren’t quite ready for commitment. People keep asking us if we have a date set and I give the same line about how I didn’t want to be looking at venues for a reception and tent rental companies when I was supposed to be finishing my thesis for graduate school in the spring. Or I say that Adam’s starting grad school in the fall and I’m planning to start (another program) in the spring, so the earliest we’re thinking is next summer or fall. Sometime. Maybe a year from now. Who knows! Or else I say that we don’t have any money, which isn’t not true. Or that we’re trying to buy a house, which maybe isn’t true after all.
     My therapist asked some questions that resonated: Are you sure you’re ready to buy a house together? Are you sure you’re both ready for that type of commitment? 
Me: “Well…we might just put it in Adam’s name because we haven’t combined finances. I can’t imagine doing that! Super scary. I’ll just sort of pay him rent. And if I help out with household projects and renovations, we’ll figure out a way to make that fair for me. I’ll get a stake in the property, or he’ll take some agreed upon amount off the top of my rent that month. So really, it’s not that big of a commitment. We just want to stop paying our slum-lord-y landlord rent. And I really want a yard so I can have a garden.”
     Of course, then the therapist asks if I’m sure I want to get married, with all this talk of paying him rent and making things fair. I have a ring on my finger, but the truth is, I’m not sure. And neither is he. Is anyone ever totally sure? [13]
     From the beginning, I told Adam I wouldn’t marry him until he was out of debt. And that I wouldn’t have kids with him until at least one of us had a stable income. [14] And that health insurance would be good. Just a few months ago, for my 31st birthday, he tucked a printout of his credit card statement into a birthday card. It had a $0.00 balance. Happy Birthday, honey. I paid off my credit card! I guess now my “yes” is now more official than it was when he pulled the ring out of his sweatpants pocket in front of City Hall on our walk home from the library last September. 
     Anyway, it’s been three and a half years since we met, and we’ve been living together for about three of those and engaged for, I guess, about nine months. I’m on his insurance plan through work, but I pay him for it. We share a car (really, it’s mine) and a phone plan, split according to use. We split bills and groceries. [15] Here’s what my therapist wanted to know: Did Adam’s hesitation to purchase the $75,000 starter home of our dreams have a deeper meaning? And her questions led me to my own line of questioning: Is my dharma to bake lemon bars for my fiancé’s office co-workers and create a detailed filing system for all of our shared accounts and household projects (user manuals, car insurance statements, notes on construction loan products we might look into)? Or should I be focusing on my writing and the evening writing classes I keep talking about putting together to teach and job applications so that I can stop waitressing? In other words, should I be focusing on my own life? On “me” instead of “we”?

After therapy, I went to Starbucks to write down what happened, something I do most weeks. [16] I ordered an iced chai latte and texted back and forth with my sister for a while, then located the graduate course I plan to take in the fall in the course catalog and noted the time. I started another “to-do” list for tonight, which had “What Happened on June 21, 2018?” at the top. [17] Then I went across the street and purchased the pair of running shoes I’d placed on hold last week because I’d wanted time to think about the decision before committing to the $93.75 investment. It started to rain.

By the time I went for a run it was after 8:00p.m. and significantly cooler than it had been here for days. It was a chilly 75 degrees, or thereabouts. While running, I thought about my grandpa’s daily diaries. My maternal grandfather kept a daily diary for years. The first one began as a joint effort. He and my grandma commemorated the day of their wedding, June 2, 1956, with an inaugural diary entry. I wonder now, was the daily diary a wedding gift from someone? Perhaps my great Uncle Claire, who was a writer. [18] After a while, my grandma’s handwriting fades away, but my grandfather continued to record each day’s events for years on his own. Of course, finding an entry for 1958 or 1968 would be ideal (for a nice, round number), but I don’t have those diaries on hand. As far as I know, they’re located in my Aunt Laura’s basement. But what I do have is the actual diary from 1956.
     The details of their day on June 21, 1956 are in my grandfather’s squat handwriting, easy to tell apart from my grandmother’s neat, right-leaning script. The entry reads,
We drove to New Providence last night to my folks, and got there near ten. We went into Eldora this morning, where I saw Dr. Nyquist. He said I was OK, and time would make me more peppy. Later, we went to Marshalltown and ordered another Hide Away bed from Mr. Cox, plus two chrome steel yellow cushioned kitchen chairs. We looked at washing machines on our way home. In the evening, we saw the Deep River Softball girls beaten by one run at Wellston.
     Added later are the prices of the items. $169 for the Hide Away bed. $6.66 for the chairs, though it’s unclear if that was per chair or altogether. These are the notes of two newlyweds preparing for their conjugal home.
     Twenty-nine years and 364 days later, on June 20, 1986, after a six-month battle with leukemia, my grandma died. My grandpa’s entry for that day reads,
Elizabeth died at 9 p.m. today. She had been breathing heavily and had been on oxygen all day. She passed peacefully. I was holding one hand and Julie and Sheilah were holding the other hand. Connie and Colleen had been up earlier—also Laura, Mark and Alisa. [19]
     One year later, on June 21, 1987, I was exactly two months old my grandfather recorded his visit to the Quaker meeting house he regularly attended, and the genealogy work he accomplished that day. It’s disappointing to find that the entry for this day, 31 years ago, isn’t one of the many in which he comments on how proud he was to show me off at the courthouse, where he was the County Supervisor, or makes note of my overall health. Those are the types of entries I enjoy. [20]
     I didn’t remember to call my mom and ask how she was doing yesterday, on the anniversary of her mother’s death. I don’t always remember to do this, but, in recent years, I’ve been making an effort. I don’t know what it would have felt like to lose my mother at age twenty-one, and I don’t know what it would have meant to have a baby at twenty-two. I’m thirty-one now and I’m not sure I’ll know what it’s like to have a baby at all.
     On my run, I took a route I hadn’t taken for a while. It was a beautiful summer evening and for once not too hot, and I saw a total of one person in their yard. The only other people out of doors were the orange-vested energy company workers for Spire.

For dinner, Adam and I had leftover hamburgers from a grill out earlier this week. Adam made basil-mayonaisse with basil from our porch box, but he over-blended it so that it was watery. It looked pretty disgusting, but I put it on my burger anyway. I had a brownie and ice-cream for dessert. The small white bowl I ate out of is still sitting next to me on the coffee table. It’s one of a set of three I scored a few months ago from Goodwill. Handcrafted Cabana porcelain. It’s the exact size of half a grapefruit. Adam has fallen asleep on the other couch with a book laid open on his chest. It looks like he’s about a quarter of the way through the latest Naomi Klein book; something about “NO” is all I can see in the title from here. I’ve stayed up two hours past my goal bedtime of ten p.m. to record all of this. Perhaps one day my descendants—if I have any, if I am not first infected by a brain-eating amoeba—will be as interested in what I had to say about today as I am in what my grandfather had to say about every day for the years he kept a daily record. Or perhaps not. As of five minutes ago, Central Standard Time, June 21, 2018, is over.

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  1. I wish the word fiancé didn’t sound so pretentious. It’s not that I think all French words are pretentious, just that saying “fiancé,” which is what he is, instead of “boyfriend,” which is what he was before, seems to be making a big announcement. “Everyone! We’re going to get married!” But, this isn’t an announcement I want to make. We don’t have a date set and I’m not sure we ever will. I sort of pressured him into getting me a ring, I think, and now I don’t really like wearing it. I really don’t like the added hassle of having to clean it either, but it looks a lot nicer when I do.
  2. The Big Berkey system was a big (read: expensive) purchase that felt necessary when my fiancé, Adam, and I moved into the rental where we live two years ago. The tap water had—and still has—a dusty flavor and scent that was amplified when we boiled water for tea or carbonated it using the Soda Stream. Also, fancier salt is often marketed as being crucial to proper nasal irrigation, but I’ve relied on the Morton’s girl and her umbrella in the rain for years with no problems.
  3. I only learned about the brain-eating amoeba because, a couple of years ago, my mom sent me an alarming message th
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**Description:** The Nurse Tech inthe Acute Care Telemetry (step down) department provides basic nursing careto patients under direct supervision ofa licensed nurse. The Nurse Techprovides personal care assistance to patients including bathing, dressing,eating and transportation, proceduresincluding sterile dressings, blood glucose testing, collection of specimens andenemas. Prepares patients for scheduledprocedures to assist in patient assessment. Monitors clinical condition ofpatients and reports changes to appropriate personnel. Charts and documentsobservations according to hospital policy and procedure. Handles and transportspatients, specimens, blood products, and medications in a safe and efficientmanner. Maintains adequate floor stock as needed for unit/departmentaloperations. Maintains a safe, comfortable and therapeutic environment forpatients/families in accordance with hospitalstandards. Takes a sense ofownership regarding other related duties as assigned. Performs other job dutiesrelevant to the position as assigned. **Qualifications** Education: High School Diplomaor equivalent required. Post High Schoolvocational / specialized trainingpreferred. Experience: One (1) yearexperience in hospital or nursing home preferred. Skills: Ability to read,communicate, and document effectively through oral, written, or electronicmeans; excellent customer service skills; ability to prioritize and respondpromptly to a changingworkload. Licenses/Certifications: Required: BLS certification(American Heart Association) **Job:** _Step Down / Progressive Care_ **Organization:** _Northwest Medical Center Tucson_ **Location:** _AZ-Tucson_ **Requisition ID:** _1833478_
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**Description:** **POSITION PURPOSE** The data entry technician performs data entry of information to maintain database. Prepares source data for entry by collecting and verifying the accurateness and completeness. This position is responsible for accuracy, efficiency and routing of processed data. **ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS** : + Conduct data entry and re-work + Provide general support by reviewing, researching, investigating adjustments, and categorizing documents. + Consistently meet established productivity, schedule adherence, and quality standards + Detail-oriented, strong attention to detail, initiative and problem solving skills + Comfortable in fast-paced environment, self-motivated and flexible + Able to independently set priorities and achieve goals + Effective communication using a variety of methods (face to face, voice mail, email, etc.) + Enters and modifies/corrects information in Patient Financial Systems. + Identifies and informs supervisor of any potential or existing hardware or software problems + May provide routine clerical services such as copying, maintaining records and files, etc. + Understanding of insurances (HMO, PPO, Medicare, etc.) + Knowledge of HIPAA regulations + Maintains client confidentiality and protects operations by keeping information confidential. + Performs other duties as assigned **Qualifications** + **Education:** High School Diploma and Health Management System and/or related field preferred. + **Experience:** + Two (2) years experience of data entry. A minimum of two (2) years of experience in a medical office (front or back office) health information/medical record department or related experience in a medical office setting, managed care facility or hospital setting. + Experience in multitasking, this includes ability to understand multiple systems and multiple levels of benefits within each system. + Excellent human relations and oral/written communications skills required. + **Computer Skills and Qualifications:** + Demonstrated competence using MS tools, including MS Office products. + Preferred: Knowledge in HMS/DAR/Medhost systems. **Job:** _Business Office_ **Organization:** _Shared Services Center - Tucson_ **Location:** _AZ-Tucson_ **Requisition ID:** _1834423_
          (USA-AZ-Tucson) Reimbursement Specialist - Net Down      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
**Description:** Responsible for monitoring, evaluating and correcting net-down transactions to ensure the accuracy of the accounts receivable. Analyze and troubleshoot system or process errors causing net down discrepancies and document and report same to management or designee. Work and resolve payor log variances pursuant to established policies and procedures. Primary Responsibilities: 1. Run net-down query daily and review for accounts with a contractual adjustment equal to gross charges. 2. Resolve accounts with 100 contractual adjustments by using the system re-compute function, manually price, update payor plan settings (3s & 9s) or other methods as appropriate. 3. Analyze and troubleshoot issues causing net-down transaction discrepancies and accurately report root cause on daily report. 4. Identify trends causing net-down discrepancies and report same to manager or designee. 5. Maintain Payor Logs to ensure variances are worked and in compliance with all applicable policies and procedures. 6. Run log variance reports 2,3,4,5 and autocarp daily as needed to identify and quantify variances that exist for each facility and prioritize work accordingly. 7. Balance logs to ensure remit totals match the HMS system. Pull remits/EOBs, submit adjustments and payment transfer requests as needed to balance accounts. Combine cycle bills as needed. 8. Perform all other duties as assigned or requested. **Qualifications** High School or equivalent. Six (6) months experience in hosp/phys business office w/demonstrated ability in one or more functional areas of the Bus. Off., or similar other office experience. Experience in A/R highly preferred. Experience: Must have six (6) months experience in a hospital or medical facility setting, OR have taken a minimum of one college or certificate program course. Excellent interpersonal skills required to communicate with direct staff and internal/external customers. Must possess excellent time management and organizational skills. Demonstrated critical thinking, creativity, problem solving and decision-making skills. **Job:** _Business Office_ **Organization:** _Shared Services Center - Tucson_ **Location:** _AZ-Tucson_ **Requisition ID:** _1834418_
          Offer - Best Results Biological Dentist Tucson- Dr. Jeanne Krizman - Tucson      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dentist Tucson: Dr. Jeanne Anne Krizman offers various dental services for her patients in Tucson . Call US: 520-326-0082 to schedule an appointment.FB:https://www.facebook.com/pg/KrizmanDentalIntegrativeBiologicalDentistry/about/?tab=page_infoTwitter:https://twitter.com/jeanne_krizmanGoogle+:https://plus.google.com/+Krizmandental
          Essai vidéo - Hyundai Tucson restylé (2018) : l'hybridation légère à la rescousse !      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Après bientôt 3 années de carrière, le Tucson, best-seller de la marque Hyundai, a droit au traditionnel restylage. Beaucoup de changement, dehors, dedans, mais aussi sous le capot, avec l'apparition d'une micro hybridation. Le but : contenir la consommation et les émissions de CO2, pour éviter les gros malus. Nous avons essayé ce système sur un modèle 2.0 CRDI 185 BVA8. Voyons voir ce que ça donne.
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 . The bike is 58 cm frame fits 5'5 to 5'10 riders. Equipped with Sugino parts Crankset, BB, Derailleurs

          California postal worker dies on record hot day - KCCI Des Moines      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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A 63-year-old postal worker was found dead in her mail truck in Woodland Hills as temperatures pushed toward 120 degrees last Friday, her family members said. Peggy Frank of North Hills had worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 28 years and was ...
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          Marketing Coordinator - Financial Advisor Office - Tucson, AZ - Advisor Employee Services - Tucson, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A sharp phone presence with excellent listening skills, a love for the phones, and the ability to build a rapport with our prospects and clients is a must....
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          Civil Engineer / Project Manager - WTI, Inc. - Tucson, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This position requires a minimum of 5 years’ experience performing and supervising field and/or lab testing of concrete, soil, aggregates, asphalt, special...
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          Mortgage Branch Manager - Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc - Tucson, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Must be NMLS Licensed in the state of ​​​​Arizona. Participation with over 40 state housing authorities. We view our Branch Managers as customers by providing...
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          Re: Freedom Center's Philosophy 101 Course Is On the TUSD Board Agenda      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This will be sweet. The school district that honored a mass murderer by hanging his portrait up on the walll, a mass murderer who shot 14,000 Hispanics in the back of the head, will be denying students the opportunity to learn about Plato giving us the mission to pursue truth and the good.

Tucson has fewer residents than it did ten years ago.

This fall,TUSD wil have 15,000 fewer students than it did 18 years ago.
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Crews from the Northwest Fire District responded to a train derailment near Tucson Tuesday afternoon. 


          Carrasco, Gilbert Cuevas "Adan"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Gilbert "Adan" Cuevas Carrasco 90, born September 16, 1927, in Tucson, AZ, peacefully passed away July 3, 2018. He is survived by his loving wife,...
          SERVER - Sauce LLC - Tucson, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Welcome and greet guests. As the direct link between the guest and the restaurant, it is the server’s primary responsibility to ensure that each guest enjoys...
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          Relief Route Driver - Packard Culligan Water - Tucson, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Valid AZ driver's license- Class B REQUIRED. CLASS B LICENSE IS REQUIRED. Our Culligan dealership is looking for a customer service orientated individual with...
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          (USA-AZ-Tucson) .NET Developer - Angular, C#, React      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
.NET Developer - Angular, C#, React .NET Developer - Angular, C#, React - Skills Required - Angular, C#, REACT, RAZER, Java If you are a .NET Developer with experience, please read on! Based in sunny Tucson we are an exciting, progressive, and advanced company that specializes in internet services, telecommunication services, and enhanced IP services. If you are interested in joining an upbeat, growing company that stands as a leader in the information technology services industry, and prioritizes their employees' well-being and success, then apply immediately! **Top Reasons to Work with Us** - Competitive Benefits (Full Medical, Dental, Vision) - 401K matching - PTO & Sick leave - Opportunity to join an expanding company and grow with it - Entrepreneurial Company Mentality - Exciting start-up company culture - Espressos/Coffee machine and snacks in the office! **What You Will Be Doing** - Front-end engineering tasks - Working in both independent and team settings - Developing programs and applications in C# and Java - Developing architecture for programs and networks - Working in .NET environment - Using Angular, React, and other OpenSource technologies **What You Need for this Position** At Least 3 Years of experience and knowledge of: - Angular - C# - React - Razor - Java - .Net Nice to Have Skills: - Experience with VoIp - Knowledge of telecommunication systems, networks, LAN/WAN systems, or similar - Knowledge of Asterisk or PBX - Experience using Go So, if you are a .NET Developer with experience, please apply today! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. **CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. **Your Right to Work** – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. *.NET Developer - Angular, C#, React* *AZ-Tucson* *ST3-1467054*
          (USA-AZ-Tucson) RN TELE FT DAYS 10K SIGN ON      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
JOB SUMMARY: Provides direct nursing care in accordance with established policies, procedures and protocols of the healthcare organization. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1.1 Implements and monitors patient care plans. Monitors, records and communicates patient condition as appropriate. 1.2 Serves as a primary coordinator of all disciplines for well-coordinated patient care. 1.3 Notes and carries out physician and nursing orders. 1.4 Assesses and coordinates patient's discharge planning needs with members of the healthcare team. 1.5 Assessment - An RN uses a systematic, dynamic way to collect and analyze data about a patient, the first step in delivering nursing care. Assessment includes not only physiological data, but also psychological, sociocultural, spiritual, economic, and life-style factors as well. -Initial assessment -Re-assessment -Focused assessment based on patient condition, setting and population Problem Identification - Problem identification is the nurse’s clinical judgment about the patient’s response to actual or potential health conditions or needs. **To be eligible for the Sign- On Bonus use must have two years of DIRECT/RECENT experience within the position/area being applied for.** LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRATION: License Required: Valid current Arizona Nursing License or compact state license and ability to become Arizona Licensed in 30 days. Certification Required: Basic Life Support (BLS) - American Heart Association and others as required by individual department. Certification Preferred: Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) - American Heart Association, Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) or others as required by individual department. EDUCATION: Required: Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing. Continuing education requirements as defined within the CARE program. Preferred: Bachelors of Science in Nursing WORK EXPERIENCE: Required: One (1) year as an RN. **To be eligible for the Sign- On Bonus use must have two years of DIRECT/RECENT experience within the position/area being applied for.** **Job:** _Nursing_ **Organization:** _Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital_ **Title:** _RN TELE FT DAYS 10K SIGN ON_ **Location:** _AZ-Tucson_ **Requisition ID:** _1805013058_
          3 Great Things to do in Tucson Today: Wednesday, July 11      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Together Again! We know it can be tempting to do everything you can to ignore how hot it’s getting, but we also know from experience that method is pretty ineffective. So why not focus on things that are better when they’re hot, like mashed potatoes, movie stars and jazz?…
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I’M a mother of two girls (aged 10, 13). I would like to buy a SUV similar to a RAV4, Tucson or Qashqai. I cover around 15,000km a year and believe hybrid is the way to go. I currently drive an automatic 2010 Jetta and would like to trade in for a...
          Comment on On Public Display of MAGA by Mike K      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tucson is pretty lefty but Martha McSally has been our Congress woman for a while and the lefties hate that. However, I did take my CCW class last weekend and should have the permit soon. It's an interesting state. The city is a combination of college town and the politics thereof, military and retirees.
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Adese’nin Gillette iş birliği ile düzenlediği hediye kampanyasında büyük ödül olan 2017 model Hyundai Tucson marka otomobil Bolu’dan alışveriş yapan İsa Yalçın isimli hemşerimize çıktı.

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          2018 Hyundai Tucson priced from £21,845      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
2018 Hyundai Tucson revealed before sales kick off in summer Refreshed version of Hyundai’s best seller gets updated engine line-up with tweaked look; price undercuts equivalent European diesel offerings

Hyundai's facelifted Tucson - the brand's best-seller - is priced from £21,845 in entry-level S Connect 1.6 GDI specification. 

The pricing puts slightly lower than entry-level diesel versions of the Seat Ateca and Skoda Karoq, which £22,970 and £22,950 respectively. The new 48-volt hybrid version of the Tucson is available exclusively with a 2.0-litre engine in Premium and Premium SE specs, and starts at £32,945. The range-topping Premium SE 48V car is £34,945. 

The brand pulled the wraps off its refreshed Tucson earlier this year in New York, where Toyota also unveiled its Tucson rival, the 2018 RAV4, Hyundai’s best-selling model gets a revised engine line-up with the aforementioned hybrid and new 1.6-litre diesel variants, more safety features and a lightly tweaked design.

The new car comes with a choice of two petrol and two diesel engines, with each certified to Euro 6c emissions standard and claimed to offer lower CO2 output and better fuel economy as a result.

As is the case with the pre-facelift Tucson, at the entry level is a 130bhp 1.6-litre GDi petrol, while a turbocharged T-GDi offers 175bhp. Meanwhile, the 1.7-litre diesel of today’s Tucson has been traded for a 1.6-litre with two available outputs: 113bhp and 131bhp. The existing 2.0 CRDi remains, delivering 183bhp.

Drive is sent to the front wheels as standard but all-wheel drive versions are available. A six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox is offered.

Hyundai has expanded the list of available driver assist features in the 2018 Tucson. It is offered with autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assist and driver attention warning technology. Buyers can add more kit, including a 360deg camera, high beam assist and adaptive cruise control.

Inside, the car comes with a 7.0in or 8.0in infotainment touchscreen, depending on the specification. A premium sound system, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and wireless phone-charging come as part of an extended technical features options list, which also includes 3D satellite navigation.

The new £21,845 price is £1990 over the previous entry-level price, although a higher-spec interior and equipment upgrades can account for much of the increase. 

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Arconic - Tucson, AZ - Arconic Fastening Systems Tucson Operations is looking for an entry level Drilling Operator. The entry level position is responsible...
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Arconic - Tucson, AZ - Arconic Fastening Systems Tucson Operations is looking for an entry level Machinist for our Huckmax Sleeve Heading Operation. The entry...
          Обновленный Hyundai Tucson появится в России в августе      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
В Hyundai окончательно определились со сроками вывода обновленного Tucson на российский рынок.
          Kundin bekommt die falsche Pizza geliefert — dann entdeckt sie eine deutliche Notiz im Karton      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Es gibt diese Themen, zu denen man einfach eine Meinung haben muss. Neutralität ist quasi unmöglich. Entweder man hasst etwas, oder man liebt es. Ananas auf der Pizza ist eines dieser Themen.

Ein Restaurant, das sich auf dem Campus der University of Arizona in Tucson, USA, befindet, weigerte sich offenbar, einer Kundin eine Pizza mit Ananas auszuliefern. Die Dame, die sich auf Twitter Ali (@Try2ShootUsDown) nennt, fand anstatt der Ananasscheiben einen 5-Dollar-Schein und eine Notiz in ihrem Karton. „Ich konnte mich nicht dazu durchringen, Ananas draufzutun. Das ist eklig. Tut mir leid“, stand dort. Sie hat ein Foto davon auf Twitter geteilt.

Auf der Pizza seien „Hähnchen, Zwiebel, BBQ-Sauce, aber keine Ananas“ gewesen, sagte Ali dem US-Portal „Thrillist“. Sie hätte daraufhin bei dem Restaurant angerufen und zugegeben, dass die Aktion lustig wäre, sie aber trotzdem gerne Ananas gehabt hätte. „Sie boten mir daraufhin einen Gutschein an, aber ich dachte, ich lass es einfach sein“, sagte Ali.

Welcher Pizza-Koch da so lautstark seine Meinung zum kontroversen Thema Ananas vertreten hat, ist übrigens nicht bekannt. 

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Dog food, cat food, and bird seed stay fresh longer when stored in these airtight containers. Buy Pet Food Bins and Scoop Dog Feeding and Watering Food Storage online from our pet shop. We are leading Dog Feeding and Watering pet suppliers in Houston, TX and all over USA. To buy our product ping at Houston (713)589-6496, Texas. Visit: https://goo.gl/nMHKJr
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Arizona, California and Texas The Sundt Foundation funds activities and programs undertaken by nonprofits to improve quality of life for disadvantaged children in communities where Sundt has an established office (Phoenix, Tucson, AZ; Sacramento, San Diego, CA; and San Antonio, TX). Multiple awards ...

          Tucson Medical Center Selects Vocantas Auto Shift Callout - Vocantas - Ottawa, ON      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Vocantas’ CallAssure™ Module - Automated Shift Callout – will broadcast shift offers via phone call, text, and email to Tucson Medical Center employees....
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          Re: "Hey Buddy, Can You Spare $200 Million?" If Your Buddy Is the Walton (Walmart) Family, Then, Yes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Just curious. How much $ do the public sector/educator unions hand over to politicians to assure that public schools keep their monopoly ? To be fair, the Waltons are not the only well heeled player in this dance of financial elephants.
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          Apuntes para la Historia del Arte Étnico de Sonora.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Estimados bloggers: Ahora que anduve por el sur de Arizona hasta el río Yaqui, fue grato recorrer el espacio-tiempo tiempo de las secuelas culturales étnicas sonorense y de la Mayo sinaloense ha sido de suma importancia para comprender, apreciar y valorar sus manifestaciones artísticas realizadas en los magníficos ecosistemas del Gran Desierto de Sonora.-

Afirma el arquitecto Francisco Sánchez López, investigador empírico del arte y arquitectura histórica, después de recorrer los pueblos yaquis y el Festival Cultural de los Tres Ríos en Etchojoa por una década.-

¿En qué consiste su investigación sobre las culturas indígenas de Sonora?

-Es un estudio sobre sus expresiones en pintura, escultura, artes escénicas y utilitarias de las etnias Tehueco, Mayo-Yoreme, Yaqui-Yoeme, Guarijío-Makurawe, Seri-Concáac, Pima-O´oba y Papago-Tohono O´ Odham. Con sus reminiscencias en la región arqueológica de Oasisamérica, cuyo centro poblacional fue el Valle del río Gila y su confluencia con el río Colorado en Arizona.-

-Habitado por varias culturas nómadas, cazadoras, recolectoras,  agrícolas y siglos después por los Toltecas, legando los sitios de Casas Grandes al norte de Tucson y en Janos o Paquimé en Chihuahua, seguidos la séptima migración de la tribu Nahualteca, para radicar en el centro ceremonial-ciudad en el cerro de Trincheras, continuar su camino por Mazatán, Colohuacán, Aztlatán y asentarse en el Lago de Texcoco como mexicas y aztecas en la hermosa Ciudad de México-Tenochtitlán.-

-Comentan los jesuitas en su “Relaciones”, que en el siglo XVI, “Había 73 tribus indígenas en estado de barbarie, antropófagos y en extrema pobreza poblando la región entre los ríos Mocorito, El Fuerte, Mayo y Yaqui”. Aseguran también que “los Pimas (Nebome) eran los más civilizados y los Ópatas  la comunidad más culta” antes de su cristianización y coloniaje español.-

-No se saben las razones de su atraso cultural respecto a las culturas civilizadas de Mesoamérica: olmeca, zapoteca, mixteca, azteca y maya, cuya frontera noroeste llegaba a Colohuacán, hoy, la ciudad de Culiacán. Legándonos ciudades-estados y centros ceremoniales con arquitectura piramidal y templos adornados con bajo relieves, esculturas de Atlantes, Chac-Moles, estelas, obra mural como los de Bonampak, códices con jeroglíficos y un arte utilitario bélico, ritual y doméstico.-

¿Cuáles fueron sus expresiones artísticas antes de la colonia española?

-Los jesuitas mencionaron la práctica de “Una pintura sobre la tierra para curar enfermedades por hechiceros” en ramadas de sus rancherías, sin describir el tipo de dibujo, materiales o técnica. Se supone fue a base de tierra barrosa y polvos de minerales o vegetales de la flora desértica para dibujar extrañas figuras desconocidas por no haber una gráfica de ellas.-

-Tallaban la madera de mezquites representando sus divinidades ancestrales para venerarlos en rituales nocturnos en la vecindad de los pueblos de misión, bailando ha ritmo de tambores la “Danza de la Cabellera”.-

-Ceremonial consistente en atar al enemigo en un poste, despojarlo de su cabellera para bailar con ella, desmembrarlo y consumir sus brazos tasajeados y hervidos en caldo. La algarabía estremecía a los misioneros. Tal vez sea el origen de la Danza del Venado yoreme. Los ídolos fueron destruidos y la danza la sustituye alguna de los Moros de España, al ser considerados como obras del demonio bíblico.-

-Obraban una artesanía utilitaria de caza y guerra, vestimenta con cueros o textiles, penachos, collares de piedras y conchas madre perla y una cerámica de barro crudo y cocido sin llegar a la fantástica  cerámica policroma de la cultura Trincheras.-

¿Hay un renacimiento del arte indígena en Sonora?

-Sí, claro, después de la paz con Lázaro Cárdenas algunos se dedicaron a la pintura, escultura, literatura, poesía y música, según lo menciona el escritor Alfonso Favila en 1937. E incluye  un mural sobre la familia yaqui del futuro pintado por R. Cossio en el Centro Indigenista Cárdenas en Vícam Estación.-

-Pero, el renacimiento de sus expresiones vernáculas fue a partir de la década de 1960, por los talladores José Astorga y su escultura en madera de Palo Fierro en la comunidad de Punta Chueca,  y “El Mocho”, adulto mayor, con sus máscaras “Chivatos” en madera seca de Álamo pintadas con marices negro, rojo y blanco. Ambos en forma rudimentaria para su venta al turismo..

-De éste, varias mascaras fueron exhibidas por primera vez en la Facultad de Arquitectura de la Universidad de Guadalajara en noviembre de 1977 por el pasante Francisco Sánchez López.-

¿En qué consisten  sus  manifestaciones artísticas en nuestra contemporaneidad?

-Básicamente son las descritas por Fabila, en lo particular y desde la perspectiva de los valores artísticos y estéticos, destaca la artesanía de los Concáac por su calidad manufacturera y belleza de los platos denominados “Coritas” y la cestería en fibra de Torote Blanco adornadas con grecas polícromas pintadas con tintes naturales. Sus grandes cestas de considerable diámetro son verdaderas obras de arte coleccionadas por museos internacionales.-

-La bisutería en conchas marinas  azul recolectadas en las playas del Canal del Infiernillo y el arte facial por las artistas Concáac son apreciadas por su colorido.-

-El varón fabrica figuras escultóricas en madera de Palo Fierro seco, interpretando a sus divinidades zoomorfas del desierto y marinas del Golfo de California, algunas de ellas son coleccionables por sus valores arriba citados.-

-Desgraciadamente, la técnica rustica de José Astorga la usufructuaron los mestizos del campamento pesquero Bahía Kino Viejo y de la ciudad de Hermosillo, produciendo figuras en cantidades industriales ajenas a la  iconografía faunística de los Concáac, “Quijotes de la Mancha”, “Danzantes Venado Yaqui” y demás en talleres mecanizados para su venta comercial al turismo de Bahía Kino Nuevo.-

-Dándole el mote de “Arte Típico Sonorense” como suvenires folclóricos al turismo que visita Ciudad Obregón, San Carlos, Hermosillo y festivales culturales, sin respetar los conceptos ancestrales y el derecho de autor de los Concáac.-

-Esta tribu es la más antigua del Continente Americano, data con una antigüedad de 20,000 años antes de nuestra era. Lamentablemente, para el siglo XVIII se extinguieron los clanes Guaimac del estero Rancho San José y río Mátepe y los Jumpaguaimac de los esteros de Bacochibampo,  El Soldado y Tastiota.-

-Los clanes sobrevivientes estuvieron a punto de otra extinción en los 1950, se recuperan a partir del decreto de restitución de su territorio en la costa de Hermosillo e isla Tiburón en 1972, asentándose en El Desemboque y Punta Chueca.-

-Por su arte han sido galardonados dos veces con el Premio Nacional de las Artes y Ciencias de México: En 1987, “Por remover los valores estéticos propios” y en 2017, al cantor y  hechicero Francisco Barnett Astorga.-

-Le siguen los Yaquis-Yoeme con el dato histórico de un dibujo con los límites de su territorio comunal ancestral graficado sobre piel curtida de venado sin descripción de la técnica que fue presentado al Rey de España en el siglo XVIII. Nunca regresó a ellos y se cree está en el Archivo Histórico de Sevilla u otro en la Iberia.-

-Su artesanía es la reproducción de máscaras llamadas “Chivatos” representado la dualidad hombre-animal en matiz negro,  adornadas con una lagartija en la frente, crin rubia de caballo en ojos y barba, con grecas bicolores rojas y blancas. Usadas por los danzantes Pajkolas.-

-Mucha parafernalia de la Danza del Venado con cabezas de venado cola blanca hechas a mano, collares de chaquira con el símbolo de la Cruz de Malta en concha madre perla, maracas de bules secos, cinturones de vaqueta con pesuñas de chivo, rebozo Santa María, tenébaris de mariposa Cuatro Espejos y huaraches de tres puntadas; tambores de piel, flautas de carrizo, raspadores de madera, bules y Figuras en madera de danzantes venados y pajkola realizados en talleres de Vícam Estación.-

-La novedad desde hace una década es la reproducción del “Juramento Yaqui” por la cofradía militar tradicional en pirograbado sobre vaqueta de res hecho en la loma de Guamúchil, Vícam Estación, Ciudad Obregón y uno de escala mayor dibujado por presos del CERESO para  la Presidencia del  Ayuntamiento de Cajeme.-

-Se cuenta con la Plástica Yaqui en el pueblo de Pótam expresando pocos paisajes de su Juya Ania, muchos danzantes e iglesias al acrílico por desconocer la técnica vegeta  antigua y en Estación Corral el arte costumbrista de Juan Buitimea.-

-La artesanía Mayo-Yoreme representa las misma iconografía anterior, con una marcada diferencia en la vestimenta de los danzantes Venado y Pascola hecha en manta blanca y paliacates rojos en sus rostros. Decoran las cabezas de venado con flores de papel en su hocico y cornamenta y las maracas las pintan de rojo.-

-Elaborada principalmente en talleres familiares del poblado de Masiaca al sur de la ciudad de Navojoa. El tallado de madera lo hace Macario Salas López elaborando bustos escultóricos femeninos y los misteriosos “Pies gigantes del Indio”, en el poblado de Fundición cercano al arroyo Cocoraque.-

-La Plástica del Mayo en el poblado de Bacobampo está representado por los artistas Gilberto Buitimea pintando la iconografía etnográfica de su cultura con técnica antigua de productos vegetales. Pocas obras con tinturas vegetales se conocen del artista César Barreras, famoso por su piedras lajas de Masiaca pintadas al acrílico y en tela de terciopelo, como las conocidas pinturas “Tutuli Jamut” (Mujer Bonita)  “La Novia del Arquitecto Sánchez López”.-

-Los Pimas se limitan al bordado de telas con temáticas de las pinturas y petroglifo de la cueva de Yepachic para uso domestico. Es promocionada por el padre franciscano David Beaumont en Ciudad Obregón. También escritor y fuente editorial del presente ensayo.

Los Guarijíos tienen su artesanía tejida con hojas de palma pero de escasa producción en el poblado de San Bernardo, al norte de Álamos. Y los Opatas al haber aceptado el mestizaje con “Yoris” (Blancos) en los pueblos mineros serranos se extinguieron en la década de 1940.-                                                                                                                                                              


Las famosas canastas Concáac realizada por la artista del arte facial Rosa Moreno de Punta Chueca.

Las “Coritas” hechas con Torote Blanco por la señora Felita Moreno.

Las magníficas mascaras “Chivato”.


Danzante Pajkola con máscara Chivato puesta.

Mascaras “Chapayecas” hechas por los fariseos yaquis en Cuaresma.

Parafernalia de la Danza del Venado Yoeme.

Mascara de fariseo Mayo-Yoreme en el Festival de la Radiodifusora de los Tres Ríos en Etchojoa.

Tenébaris de capullos de mariposa Cuatro Espejos por los Yoremem.

Artesanía de la Danza del Venado y Pascola Mayo.

Danzantes Pascola por Gilberto Buitimea con tinturas vegetales.

“La Novia del Arq. Francisco Sánchez” en tela de terciopelo por César Barreras.

El “Pie Gigante del Indio”, tallado por Macario Salas López en Fundición.

Fotografía  por Francisco Sánchez López.

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    KT 광고분석(영문)KT 마케팅 전략 분석(이동통신), KT 경쟁사 분석, KT SWOT 분석, KT 4P MIX 분석, KT STP 분석올레 KT 광고사례분석과 KT 재도약위한 광고전략제안과 이동통신 3사 광고전략비교 PPT[광고론] KT 쿡(QOOK) 광고분석KT SHOW 쇼 광고분석과 향후전략[A+] KT 기업분석 - 핵심전략 마케팅 4P STP SWOT 및 환경분석 성공요인 핵심역량 향후 나아갈 방항 분석 Introduction (1) Company selection: (2) The purpose of this project: (3) Company & Brands Overview about ‘KT’ Body 1 Analysis for industry and market Market Size: ① Main Customers: ② STP Analysis Body 2 Communication strategy analysis Case 1: KTF ‘Show’ 1. Background of its communication strategy and advertising: 2. Message strategy of advertising ① The objective of advertising: ② Targeting of advertising: ③ Message construction ④ Analysis of advertising ‘Show’ 3. Media strategy: 4. Effectiveness of advertising campaign: Case 2 : KT ‘Qook’ 1. Background of its communication strategy and advertising 2. Message strategy of advertising ① The objective of advertising: ② Message construction: 3. Media strategy Case 3 : KT ‘Qook & Show’ Convergence product 1. Background of its communication strategy and ads 2. Message strategy 3. Media strategy 4. Effectiveness of current advertising Case 4: ‘KT Olleh’ Overall company’s brand advertising 1. Background of its communication strategy and ads 2. Message strategy 3. Media strategy 4. Effectiveness of current advertising Body 3 Proposal of future communication strategy ① Establishing marketing and communication strategy ② Message strategy ③ Media strategy and other communication mix Conclusion (2) The purpose of this project: As we mentioned in the title we are going to do our project for ‘Marketing communication strategy of KT’. Based on the basic information of market size target customer and big competitor we are going to do brief PEST and STP analysis. And then we move to our main topic for communication strategy by using advertising course materials we learned before. Finally we suggest some future strategy for KT showing the advertising we made. In short understanding contents we learned in class and applying them to the real case is our main purpose of this project. (3) Company & Brands Overview about ‘KT’ There is a lot of information about KT history from 1981 to now. However the most important thing in this project is to know the flow structure of KT to understand each communication strategy of brands. Even though KTF had been one of departures in KT at first KTF became privative company. Actually KTF was the second mover in telecommunication business following market leader SKT. As a result that KT took over KTF again in this year of 2009 it could have many business sectors including telecommunication business. Based on this history we are going to focus on some outstanding brands ‘Show’ ‘Qook’ ‘Qook & Show’ and overall company campaign ‘KT Olleh’. [A+] KT 기업분석 - 핵심전략 마케팅 4P STP SWOT 및 환경분석 성공요인 핵심역량 향후 나아갈 방항 분석동원참치 광고분석(영문)[광고론] SK2 광고분석(영문)[광고론] 맥도날드와 아이폰 광고분석(영문)핫식스 Hot6ix 브랜드분석과 핫식스 광고전략분석및 핫식스 해외진출 글로벌전략 (영문레포트)[마케팅관리] KT 광고마케팅전략[소비자행동론] 소비자 행동이론으로 분석한 KT 마케팅 사례와 광고[A+] 한국통신 KT 공기업 성공사례 경영전략 경영분석 마케팅전략 마케팅 분석 지속가능경영 기업분석 성공기업 성공전략[광고효과분석] 아이오페 모델 분석(영문)[광고심리] 우유산업 광고분석(영문)[광고심리] 우유산업 광고분석(영문)[라면광고] 신라면 vs 오동통면 광고분석(영문)[광고심리] 투싼 Tucson ix 광고분석(영문)[광고심리] 투싼 Tucson ix 광고분석(영문) 조회수:476회
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    I need some advice from my experienced collector community.

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    “Había planchones de hielo lavado y barro”, dijo en FM Aire Libre Ricardo Bucarey, director del organismo. El operativo comenzó en la madrugada y se extendió por cinco horas.

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    Residents watch television under a cooling breeze from a ceiling fan at the Waverly House Adult Care Home in the historic Catalina Vista neighborhood on July 10, 2018 in Tucson, AZ.
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    “I’ve come home and it feels hotter inside than it does outside,” said Tyler, a food and beverage manager at a Tucson hotel. He lives on the north side and sometimes goes to watch a movie to cool down, or blows a fan over cold bottles to provide relief. “The top three worst things about having a swamp cooler: June, July and August.”

    The new analysis, by Climate Central, a non-advocacy group that researches and reports on the changing climate, examined the frequency and extent to which temperatures exceeded 65°F in major cities each year — an optimal temperature for human comfort.

    The amount of air conditioning that a resident of Tucson would want to use each year was found to have increased by a little more than a third since 1970. Nationwide, more than nine out of every 10 cities analyzed were found to have experienced an increased demand for cooling.

    The demand for air conditioning is expected to keep rising with the temperatures, requiring more electricity to be produced and releasing more of the pollution that’s causing the warming. Governments worldwide are taking steps to shield the climate from heat-trapping pollution, as the Trump administration dismantles federal protections.

    Tucson temperatures have risen more than 5°F during the past century.

    “We’ve replaced natural vegetation and reflective desert surfaces with asphalt and buildings and materials that absorb and retain heat,” said Gregg Garfin, a climate expert at the University of Arizona. “Throw into that cocktail temperature increases due to climate change, and you’ve got darn hot cities.

    Cooling costs a health hazard

    Households in Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada already spend $400 a year on average on air conditioning — almost double the national average, according to U.S. Energy Information Administration data. During winter, they’ve always saved money on heating compared with other regions.

    Lisa Adams, who runs Waverly House Adult Care Home in the historic Catalina Vista neighborhood, home to seven residents, runs air conditioning during the hottest times of the year. She switches the facility to a swamp cooler to save $500 a month in electricity costs in cooler months.

    “It’s cheaper to run the swamp cooler,” Adams said. “We run it until the humidity gets too high.”

    Owner Lisa Adams browses under a cooling breeze from a ceiling fan at the Waverly House Adult Care Home in the historic Catalina Vista neighborhood on July 10, 2018 in Tucson, AZ.
    Credit: Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star

    Increasing heat worsens health risks among those who can’t afford cooling — and it creates hazards for others during blackouts, the risks of which increase during extreme heat. “During the summer the local grid is certainly put to the test,” said Joe Barrios, a spokesman for Tucson Electric Power.

    The risks of going without air conditioning in high temperatures can be severe, particularly for those who are frail or elderly, unborn children, and those addicted to drugs or alcohol.

    “It can range from from just feeling lethargic and having a headache and move toward more severe signs,” said Jennifer Vanos, a scientist who investigates links between the climate and health and is about to start a position at Arizona State University. “You can pass out and have damage to your organs, and of course death is a potential.”

    Even as outdoor heat has increased, deaths from exposure to it have been declining. Researchers suspect Americans have become more aware of the risks and better at avoiding them. “People might be heeding the warning messages,” said David Hondula, a climate and health scientist at Arizona State University.

    As temperatures keep rising, and with them demand for air conditioning, Hondula warned that those reductions in death rates may yet be reversed. “It’s unknown to what extent those adaptations can work moving forward,” he said.

    Preparing for emergencies

    With the need for air conditioning rising, new efforts are being introduced to protect city and county residents from extreme heat during blackouts. And charities provide cooling centers for the homeless and occasionally lend a hand to families that can’t afford their cooling bills.

    “We certainly do see a spike in the summer with people requesting help with their Tucson Electric Power bills,” said Connie Trecartin, a deacon at the South Side Presbyterian Church. “They’re a lot higher than they are in the rest of the year.”

    Pima County recently updated its emergency protocols and it plans to use libraries as evacuation centers during fires, floods and prolonged blackouts in high temperatures. Victims of disasters will be treated and supported at the facilities.

    If a prolonged blackout affects a portion of the county, Louie Valenzuela, who manages public health emergency preparedness efforts for Pima County, said residents may be bussed from one library to another one that has power. “Our libraries are strategically placed,” he said.

    Separately, a program of Physicians for Social Responsibility emphasizes neighborliness to help neighborhoods prepare for prolonged blackouts during bouts of extreme heat, like identifying the most vulnerable residents and locations nearby where they could keep coolest without power.

    “For those of us who have lived here a long time, we’ve learned to adapt to some extent — but we’re highly dependent on air conditioning,” said Barbara Warren, the volunteer executive director of the Arizona chapter of the national nonprofit, who helped develop the program.

    “A lack of social cohesion in a community or neighborhood leads to much higher risks of death,” Warren said. “We’re finding that in many of the communities we’re working in, there isn’t a lot of social cohesion.”

    This story was produced and published in partnership with the Arizona Daily Star. It may not be republished without permission.


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    • Kermit Washington has lived more than one life. 

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    Through Halberstam’s book you begin to understand Walton’s disillusionment with the Blazers’ powers that be. You get to know Maurice Lucas, the power forward with an emphasis on power, whose could make you think of the coldest winter with just one stare. And you learn Washington’s story, both before and after his on-court reckoning Rudy Tomjanovich, the split-second action that changed Washington’s life forever.

    That punch, which happened when Washington was part of a Laker team seemingly headed to championship after championship, is also the subject of John Feinstein’s book, “The Punch.” Though good, and solely devoted to the incident, Feinstein’s effort pales in comparison to “Breaks of the Game.” That’s OK. So does most every other sports book.

    Look, “Ball Four” meant the world to me. I was a high school baseball player with hopes of being the next Johnny Bench when I first read it. Afterward, I was a high school player with dreams of being Mickey Mantle. Neither happened.

    Roger Kahn’s “Boys of Summer” is special and has been for nearly 50 years. “Season on the Brink,” another Feinstein effort, changed how we look at college coaches. “Semi-Tough,” a fictional tale from Dan Jenkins, makes me laugh to this day. Mark Harris’ trilogy of baseball fiction, the centerpiece of which is “Bang the Drum Slowly,” is my favorite baseball-based work. And anything George Plimpton wrote, most notably “Mad Ducks and Bears,” is worth lazing away with on a July day.

    And there are more. Many, many more. 

    Atop my list, though, is Halberstam’s effort, his first foray into sports (but not his last, as he wrote a few excellent baseball books and more on basketball before his untimely death in 2007).

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    WSU: The Cougars will be playing in a pre-Christmas basketball tournament in Las Vegas this season. The school announced yesterday its participation in the Las Vegas Classic, along with Drake, New Mexico State and San Diego. Theo Lawson has more in this story. … The Cougars are the subject of an opponent examination from Boulder. … Elsewhere in the Pac-12, Arizona lost a budding basketball star to a transfer. … Steve Sarkisian lost his arbitration mainly because he didn’t own up to his drinking problems early enough. … Arizona State’s basketball roster lost some key components. … Utah continues to fill out its basketball schedule. … This story about a former Oregon football support staff member is worth your time. … Finally, it’s been a sad few days around Westwood as another former UCLA basketball player, Billy Knight, was found dead in Arizona.

    EWU: The Eagles have hired a new cross country coach.

    Idaho:Victor Sanders isn’t having much fun in his NBA summer. But another former UI standout, Jeff Ledbetter, is.

    Indians: Spokane returns home tonight to begin a homestand, one the Indians need badly. Dave Nichols looks back at their first 25 games. … Elsewhere in the Northwest League, Everett has had more streaks than Will Ferrell in “Old School.” 

    Mariners: Mike Leake didn’t have it yesterday. The Angels rocked Leake en route to a 9-3 win, this after Mitch Haniger gave Seattle a 3-0 first-inning lead. Angel starter Garrett Richards left early with a possible injury. … Jean Segura appreciates all the help getting him to the All-Star Game. … Felix Hernandez went on the disabled list yesterday, allowing him to rest his back through the break and the M’s to bring up someone to fill his roster spot. … Larry Weir’s most recent Press Box pod includes a conversation about the M’s with Times’ columnist Larry Stone. 

    Seahawks: Earl Thomas. Should he stay or go? … It's gone from bad to awful for Brandon Browner.

    Sounders: At the halfway point of the season, Seattle has a lot of work to do. 

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