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Sometimes The Blues. Susan Clardy’s Cultural History of Globe

Sometimes the Blues, the Letters and Diaries of Frank Hammon, a Lonely Frontiersman in Globe and Phoenix, 1882-1889, is much more than that. The book began when author Susan Clardy found her relatives’ letters, diaries, and photographs in her grandparents’ attic. Then Aaron and Ruth Cohen, owners of Guidon Books, …

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Representative David Cook recognized as “Arts Champion” for his efforts in supporting arts & culture

Globe-Miami — Representative David Cook of Arizona State District 8 was recognized at the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts Friday night as an “Arts Champion” for his efforts supporting arts and culture funding to nonprofit organizations across the state.   The awards was bestowed Rep. Cook at a ceremony just prior …

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New Attraction in Globe, Arizona designed to Haunt Visitors

GlobeJailHostsHauntedHouse. Photo by Kenneth Chan.

All the pounding and sawing inside the historic jail in Globe over the month of August has raised questions about the possibility of sinister happenings in these parts. Tales of crazed zombies desperately scratching at windows and the sounds of unearthly moans emanating from the ghostly throats of long-gone prisoners …

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Museum announces new exhibit: “Planes,Trains and Automobiles.”

GLOBE- The grand opening of the “Planes, Trains & Automobiles” photo exhibit at the Gila County Historical Museum will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, September 16th.   Join the museum members for a variety of fun and informative activities. In addition to the photo display and guided museum tours, car enthusiasts may enjoy …

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Globe among 9 Arizona Communities Selected for Inaugural AZ Creative Communities Institute

9 Arizona Communities selected for Creative Communities Institute

12-month collaborative learning program is guided by leaders in field of creative engagement Today, the Arizona Commission on the Arts, an agency of the State of Arizona, Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts (HIDA), and Southwest Folklife Alliance (SFA) announced the 9 communities that will participate …

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