Daily Archives: May 16, 2010

Patricia Etter Author- CALIFORNIA ODYSSEY: AN OVERLAND JOURNEY ON THE SOUTHERN TRAILS, 1849

      CALIFORNIA ODYSSEY: AN OVERLAND JOURNEY ON THE SOUTHERN TRAILS, 1849

      by Patricia Etter.   The Arthur H. Clark Company (an imprint of the University of Oklahoma Press 

      “In 1849, businessman William Goulding made a trip to California on the rarely traveled southern route through Oklahoma, New Mexicao, and Arizona and kept a journal en route that includes his encounters with interesting and important people he met along the way.  Patricia Etter has introduced and annotated this rare first person diary, and locates desert routes and places that have long since vanished.”

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Cathy L. Greenberg Ph.d & Barrett S. Avigdor J.D- WHAT HAPPY WORKING MOTHERS KNOW

      WHAT HAPPY WORKING MOTHERS KNOW

      by Cathy L. Greenberg, Ph.D and Barrett S. Avigdor J. D.

      “This book energizes and inspires me.”- Marcus Buckingham, author of FIND YOUR STRONGEST LIFE

      How new finding in positive psychology can lead to a healthy and happy work/life balance.

      bavigdor@comcast.net

      www.barrettavigdor.com

      www.whathappyworkingmothersknow.com

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Independent Film Association of Southern Arizona- Tucson Film Community Mixer

      The Independent Film Association of Southern Arizona (www.ifasa.net), is hosting the 6th annual Spotlight on Tucson Film Community Mixer, this Tuesday, May 18, 2010  from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, at Gentle Ben’s (upstairs patio), 865 E. University Blvd. Tucson

      This is the biggest filmmaker mixer in Tucson every year.   Be there!   Meet fellow filmmakers, make beneficial connections, and have fun!   Anyone who works in film, television, or theater is encouraged to come and meet others in their respective fields.   Everyone is welcome!   There is no cover charge.   Pay as you go.  Bring your headshots and resumes, business cards, and flyers.Other film groups who will have representatives and information tables will include:  The Tucson Film Office, the Arizona International Film Festival, The Loft Cinema, NALIP, the Arizona Production Association.  A couple others may be added.
 
      Thank you to The Art Institute of Tucson for sponsoring the event and providing some appetizers.
 
      
 
       Under-21 are probably allowed at that time of day, but you should check with Gentle Ben’s to be sure.
 
      We hope to see many of your there.

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