Black Canyon Bullet
Mind Gardening

Do You Really Use Only 10 Percent Of Your Brain? Of course not. It’s the neuroscience myth that just refuses to go away. In fact, scientists say most of your brain is active all of the time.  Tap into what’s readily available to all, open up and flourish with this experiential workshop.  Participa...
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Haru in the Garden ~ Saturday, March 25th

A festival welcoming spring … The premiere Japanese Cultural event of Spring “Haru in the Garden” is back for another year, presented by the Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix.  Experience the colors and sounds of the season while strolling through our entrancingly lit pathways.  “Kika Shibata”...
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Twists and Treasures of Tubac

History and Luxury Collide at the Tubac Golf and Spa Resort By Stacey Lane Along Interstate 19, about 45 miles south of Tucson, the lone road sign marking the Tubac exit would go unnoticed if it weren’t for the colorful flags that wave to passersby reminding them of Tubac’s origins. Once in town, the ru...
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Pinnacle High School ~ Picturing Tableau

Picturing Tableau – A Night at the Museum  by Abigail Wood, Pinnacle High School I recently had an amazing opportunity to visit the Phoenix Art Museum with my English class and many other students. My English teacher, Ms. Katherine Fizz, has given her students the privilege to explore literature a...
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The Little Big Park that Could

  The Little Big Park that Could  By Stacey Lane, Black Canyon Bullet  The theme of one of the most popular and famous children’s books of all time is “The Little Engine that Could.”  Its title and its theme of “I think I can” have become part of the American vernacular that continues to chug along...
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