Southern Arizona Paddlers' Club Outing

I and 8 other members of the SAPC (Southern Arizona Paddling Club) decided to rent a house in San Carlos and go down for the annual “Paddle Battle” which had several clubs racing one and five-mile routes to see who was the fastest.

The Saturday of the race was quite windy and not everyone . . . → Read More: San Carlos, Mexico

Guadalupe National Park Continued

In late April, I met up with Tom, my nephew at the Guadalupe National Park in Texas just east of El Paso. It was the first time we had lived within driving distance of each other’s states, so it was a real treat.  The stark beauty of the park and the ever-present wind made . . . → Read More: Guadalupe National Park Continued

Guadalupe National Park

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Devil’s Hall

My trip with my nephew, Tom, to the Guadalupe National Park in TX was a new experience. It held a certain austere beauty that was both isolating and breath taking at the same time.

Efforts to build strong communities in Tucson

Connecting Community Foundation’s Fall Magazine features my photography and three stories: Profile of Bob Schlanger, a local volunteer and owner of a British car business in Jefferson Park, Myers’ neighborhood volunteer, Anita Hess and Jacqui Harry’s unusual car repair shop in Myers.

They are all dedicated builders of community in Tucson.

. . . → Read More: Efforts to build strong communities in Tucson

Society for Features Journalism Conference in Tucson

I attended a panel discussion on the media’s handling of the Rep. Gabrielle Giffords tragedy in January. Below are the panel members and are listed left-to-right for the corresponding photographs posted on Facebook.

Robin Abcarian, LA Times Capt.Adam Goldberg, C.J. Karamargin, comm,. dir for GG, Stephanie Innes, AZ Star Medical Reporter Katie Riley, U . . . → Read More: Society for Features Journalism Conference in Tucson

Tailwinds Magazine: “Tucsonans Run The Path of History”

I wrote this article on four people from Tucson who went to the 2500th anniversary of the Greek Marathon. Their running experience ran the gamut from a first marathon to Mary Croft’s 166th. See P. 20 for details.

Dalton’s Photos Featured on Flamenco Artists’s Web Page

 

"La Flamencista"

Anne Dalton photographed two events in 2009 and 2010 for Barbara Schuessler, a flamenco teacher in Tucson, who recently went live with her Web page, http://www.barbaraschuesslerflamenco.com/BarbaraSchuesslerflamenco/Photos.html

Although the photos do not have individual photo credits, Dalton’s work is reflected on the home page as the logo for Events, Photos and Contact links as well as . . . → Read More: Dalton’s Photos Featured on Flamenco Artists’s Web Page

Soroptimist International of Desert Tucson in The News

“Their self confidence is low; they don’t believe they are capable of completing the application, let alone receiving an award.” -Dawn Walsh, Program Manager . . . → Read More: Soroptimist International of Desert Tucson in The News

Book: John H. McManus’ “Detecting Bull: How to Identify Bias and Junk Journalism in Print, Broadcast and on the Wild Web”

McManus’ book recently received the Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society for Professional Journalists. It was written to help  journalists and every citizen trying sort through news stories and figure who or what to believe.  McManus is quoted in the July/August issue of SPJ’s magazine, Quill, as saying,  “The book encourages skepticism rather . . . → Read More: Book: John H. McManus’ “Detecting Bull: How to Identify Bias and Junk Journalism in Print, Broadcast and on the Wild Web”

The Paper – Shows inner workings and conflicts of modern journalism

“Stop the presses!” . . . → Read More: The Paper – Shows inner workings and conflicts of modern journalism