Melodic and rhythmic, I like these guys! This four-piece indie rock band hails from New Hampshire, comprised of four guys who went to school together. They started out in 2005, and have opened for Arcade Fire and LCD Soundsystem at the Hollywood Bowl. Linda GrossWriter, photographer. Passionate foodie, lover of …Read More »
Garbage Guys Rock!
Thanks to the garbage men who swung back by our place on Tuesday to pick up the trash I had forgotten to put out earlier. You saved me over the holidays by not allowing my trash to pile up for another entire week. You guys are the best! Linda GrossWriter, …Read More »
Restoring the Past
Driving along Highway 60 as you come and go through Miami, you can’t help but notice what looks to be an old gas station of your grandfather’s vintage, except this one looks like it did back in 1934. This is no accident. It is by design. And the man behind …Read More »
Trees Cause Power Outages!
How I made peace with the crew who came to trim my trees The notice on my door read, “Trees Do Cause Power Outages!” and promised impending doom for my trees, or at least that’s how I initially read the signs. Linda GrossWriter, photographer. Passionate foodie, lover of good books …Read More »
Fond memories of Woolworth: The Man and his legacy.
*Originally published in the Summer of 2010 and reproduced for web in 2012. “ Frank Woolworth won a fortune, not by showing how little could be sold for so much but how much could be sold for little.” New York Times 1919 The year was 1997 and the retail giant, …Read More »
New Play “The Mighty Vandals” Recalls the ’51 Championship
Garcia added, “The play is a cross between Hoosiers and Stand & Deliver, because it’s as much about a great high school sports team as it is about overcoming discrimination and the value of good education."Read More »
The Final Salute
A Righteous Affair: Saluting the End of An Era and Saying Farewell to the Apache Drive-In By: Jenn Walker & Linda Gross More than a week ago, the Globe Miami Times hosted the Final Salute to the Apache Drive-In. As a publisher, we are still catching our breath. But now …Read More »
Local Historian gives program on the JFK Assassination
Historian, Richard Powers will be speaking at the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts on November 22nd, from 6 – 8 p.m. on the JFK Assassination. This will be the 50th anniversary of the tragic event and remains, to this day, surrounded by facts and theories which continue to be …Read More »
A Good Read: Local Authors and Books
If you are looking for books on the local area, you’re in luck. The Globe-Miami area has produced a surprising number of books on the region and you can find them at your local museums: Gila Historic Museum and Bullion Plaza Museum . One of the most well known and …Read More »
Book Reviews: Once They Moved Like the Wind
There are not many books written on the great leaders who make up Native American history, but this book counts among them. Centered on the Apache Wars of the 1880s, author David Roberts shows the triumphs and the tragedies and the accomplishments of leaders like Cochise, Geronimo, Victorio and Mangus …Read More »