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Anthony Gimino and Steve Rivera have been part of the Tucson sports journalism scene for more than two decades. Gimino has an extensive past of covering Arizona football while Rivera's specialty is Wildcat basketball. Rivera has written three books about the Arizona basketball program.
My Guest this Thursday, January 30th at 3 p.m. PST on MetalSmith BenchTalk is Robyn Hawk who joins us to talk about the upcoming Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, which runs February 13-16. She'll talk all about the show, including some of the myths associated with it.
About: The acclaimed Tucson Gem and Mineral Show™ is held every year on the second full weekend of February (starting with a Thursday). It has set the standard for gem and mineral shows around the world, and is now the largest gem and mineral show in the United States. The Show is open to the public and presents retail Dealers only. Proceeds from the Show remain in the Tucson economy and are used to support mineral knowledge and appreciation.
About Robyn: Better known as @aflyonthewall, you see her recognizable green fly across most Social Platforms—Robyn Hawk is a Social Content Curator to Gem & Jewelry Brands, Businesses and Artists. A self-proclaimed "Serial Blogger", Robyn writes a dozen blogs with the goal of educating the public, promoting emerging designers to Jewelry Stores, and sharing her love of colored gems & minerals. Always reporting from her unique viewpoint as a Metalsmith, Gem Cutter, and student of Gemology & Mineralogy, her blogs include Tucson Gem Show Live!; AFlyOnTheWall Views & Reviews (reviewing events & books); The Daily Jewel—bringing you Industry News and tomorrow's trends—today!; Celebrity Jewels; and Historic Gems & Jewelry; look for her on the latest Social platforms...she has to check them all out—don't you?
For more information about Robyn or her work at the show, visit http://about.me/aflyonthewall or http://tucsongemshow.blogspot.com.
Host JP is coming at you live from Tucson to tell you all about sobriety, being temporarily homeless (for the second time), what the future of the show will bring and everything else the Twitterverse has been blasting his twitter account about. THE REVOLUTION CONTINUES!
Join Lee Bracker for a quick brief on Tucson, Arizona's newly thought of pyramid "A" Mountain. Sentinel Peak just West of Tucson and completely visible.. it's right there.. has a big A stamped on it. But nobody has ever considered it to be a potential pyramid. Read the article here: Sentinel Peak may be an ancient pyramid
I'll be talking a little bit about what I saw at the Tucson, AZ Stair-Climber event earlier in the morning. The actual stairclimb is only open for Firefighters (so I won't be able to join in that), but there is suppose to be a lot of other things available for supporting public.
Of course I'll have my Safety Message (This week will be D is for Danger) and any other tidbits of information I come up with.
You just never know what will come up on the show, so join me Sundays at 3pm PST.
Ernie McCray discusses Arizona hoops with host Javier Morales. Topics will include McCray's single-game scoring record and evolution of the game from the time he played in the late 1950s and early 1960s to now.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith on their Big Blend Spirit of America Tour, for Big Blend Radio's VACATION STATION show. This episode airs live from the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, a 10-acre historic district in the foothills of Tucson’s Santa Catalina Mountains. Designed and built from the ground up by Arizona artist Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia, who achieved worldwide acclaim for his colorful paintings of native cultures of the Sonoran desert, the gallery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and included on the National Geographic Map Guide of the Sonoran Desert. Featured Guests include: Lance Laber - Executive Director of the DeGrazia Foundation; guitarist Domingo DeGrazia - son of Ted DeGrazia; Melanie Florez - District Interpreter for Saguaro National Park, Rincon Mountain District; Jim Duzak 'The Attorney at Love'; singer-songwriter Wally Lawder; artist Mary Gravelle; writer Eva Eldridge; literary expert Lynn Weise Sneyd 'The Book Biz Whiz,' and more.
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Back by exceeding popular request, this episode features an exciting discussion with Toby Horvath of TownWest. Chuck and Toby go over the ins and outs of retail, office, and multi-family developments in Tucson as we grow out of the recession. Tune in, and call Chuck with any questions! 520-400-9811 or chuck @dealmakerteam.com
Lynn Weise Snyd is one of the best book marketers in the U.S. She is also one of the co-ordinators for the Tucson Festival of Books. This event host more than 100,000 book lovers a year. This year both Lynn and Linda Leon will be speaking at the event. Lynn will host forums and Linda will be speaking on two bookmarketing topics. Listen in on very imformative book marketing information as well as about the event.
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Back by extreme popular demand, this episode reveals how land is getting snatched up, and a Tucson poised for yet another run-up in residential sales! Tucson didn't over-build to the extent of Phoenix, and now our topography of the basin, surrounded by mountains, will swing the pendulum again... Tune in here and hear it all!
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