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  • The Center for the Arts is built of tuffa stone

    The Center for the Arts is built of tuffa stone

    Discover the history behind the building blocks of Globe-Miami

  • Joe Sanchez

    Joe Sanchez

    Our "Get Er Done" person featured in the Spring issue

  • Ray Webb, inventor of the Neotat machine

    Ray Webb, inventor of the Neotat machine

    Changing the industry with a new way to lay down ink

  • "Hats Off" Luncheon

    Supporting the Safe Home and raising awareness of domestic violence

  • OFF 60

    OFF 60

    A major exhibition of work by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

  • Dane Thomas’ Weaving El Dorado

    Dane Thomas’ Weaving El Dorado

    When I ask Dane Thomas how weaving came into his life, he says one word: “Hazel.” Thomas, 57, has his first show, Weaving El Dorado, at Jim Coates Gallery in Miami until June 4. Hazel nurtured a seed in Thomas that was planted years earlier in Silver City, New Mexico. ... Read More »
  • Masquerade Ball At Center For The Arts

    Masquerade Ball At Center For The Arts

    We bring you a snippet of entertainment from the Valentine’s Day Masquerade Ball at the Center for the Arts on Saturday, including the Centennial Swing (the jazz half of the Globe-Miami Centennial Band) as well as the performance of Paul Machula’s “Ready to be Elevated.” Read More »
  • Palmer Report Mothers Day Edition

    Palmer Report Mothers Day Edition

    I love how the spring brings everything back to life. I do not think I have ever seen the community of Globe-Miami so busy. We have art festivals, off road jamborees, town celebrations, fishing competitions and more music than you can shake a stick at. In all of this life ... Read More »
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  • Gila County Students Lead at 2016 STEMFest

    Gila County Students Lead at 2016 STEMFest

    “You can teach somebody else when you’re younger than them. It’s pretty fun,” explains Destiny School second grader Mariam Sow. Sow was one of the many Gila County students who were exhibitors at this year’s STEMFest, teaching their peers about reptiles, robotics, and more. Read More »
  • Gila County Students Lead at 2016 STEMFest

    Gila County Students Lead at 2016 STEMFest

    “You can teach somebody else when you’re younger than them. It’s pretty fun,” explains Destiny School second grader Mariam Sow. Sow was one of the many Gila County students who were exhibitors at this year’s STEMFest, teaching their peers about reptiles, robotics, and more. Read More »
  • Douglas Miles: Artist, Activist, Apache

    Douglas Miles: Artist, Activist, Apache

    His work adorns the walls of museums and collectors as far away as the Smithsonian, and as close to home as the local skate park out at San Carlos. As a fine artist, the work of Douglas Miles—artist, Apache and activist—is hard to peg. His recent venture into skateboard graphics ... Read More »

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Palmer Report Mothers Day Edition

Palmer Report Mothers Day Edition

I love how the spring brings everything back to life. I do not think I have ever seen the community of... Read More »

Taliesin’s “Off 60” exhibit opens Sunday, May 1 at Bullion Plaza

Taliesin’s “Off 60” exhibit opens Sunday, May 1 at Bullion Plaza

The second of Taliesin’s “Off 60” exhibitions, showcasing their work in Globe-Miami since the beginning of the year, opens Sunday, May... Read More »

Gila County Students Lead at 2016 STEMFest

Gila County Students Lead at 2016 STEMFest

“You can teach somebody else when you’re younger than them. It’s pretty fun,” explains Destiny School second grader Mariam Sow. Sow... Read More »