Raptors Attract Crowds at ASDM

Tuesday, January 3, 2013

Winter Color Cheers Us

Tucson is home to one of the most-visited tourist attractions in the world, the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. The purpose is to show the human beings who share this dry region or visit  just how much life there is here, and how to keep it viable.

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Be a planetizen.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS…

I confess: I am a www.planetizen.com addict. I find the online “digest” for professional planners, designers and developers irresistible, and I could spend hours reading about ideas for a future I will not live to see.

On February 18, I encountered Will Doig’s feature on “How to solve the boomer retirement crisis.” It advises attracting

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Save Venice with BioArchitecture

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS…

This book you’ve got to read, and it won’t take long. It is a TED book (under 20,000 words). It will amaze you to discover how our grandchildren’s world will look — and BREATHE.

TITLE: LIVING ARCHITECTURE: HOW SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY CAN REMAKE OUR CITIES AND RESHAPE OUR LIVES Rachel Armstrong

TED Books, 2012

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Saguaro Harvest Memories

Moxie Cosmos Says…

It’s 104 degrees F in Tucson today — but, as they say, “it’s a dry heat.”

We took a visitor from Cuiliacan, Mexico, to the Arizona Desert Museum last Saturday night, one of the summer evening openings this institution has to allow human beings to view their non-human neighbors who come out

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Bra or Antlers?

What are your memories of diasters, and what to you try to save?

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